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[Q][C6602] Kind of a bootloop

10th February 2014, 07:11 PM |#11  
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just download an ftf and flash it via flashtool
open flashtool and connect your phone via usb cable while pressing the volume down button to enter flashmode

As I mentioned before, flashing an ftf didn't fix the bootloops, nor the freezing
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10th February 2014, 10:36 PM |#12  
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As I mentioned before, flashing an ftf didn't fix the bootloops, nor the freezing

If you flashed correctly with flashtool and SUS doesn't help also, I would say there is a hardware problem. Because more or less you can solve every software problem with your phone with a clear flash.

You don't have a recovery, right?

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11th February 2014, 07:06 AM |#13  
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If you flashed correctly with flashtool and SUS doesn't help also, I would say there is a hardware problem. Because more or less you can solve every software problem with your phone with a clear flash.

You don't have a recovery, right?
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No recovery, no.
Im unrooted, and bootloader is locked, guess I'll have to take it back from where I bought it for a fix, it looks like a hardware problem (leaving the phone plugged for the night didn't change a thing)
11th February 2014, 09:45 PM |#14  
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Your battery has a problem, anyone would say. Try a fresh FTF install with wiping data. Also try repair. For that you need to charge your phone when it is turned off. And make sure FTF version is newer or at least same with your latest firmware worked fine.
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