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By F.J.V, Senior Member on 24th September 2018, 06:28 PM
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The zip contains flashone 2.0 and inside is the rom qfil that is called Qf722.zip.

I'll do the manual, but basically the same as with 720

https://mega.nz/#!hCgnQSCA!OW-Q4cyCd...PpBAmJ7aknLN1o

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BASIC INSTRUCTIONS
The file Qfil.zip must unzip it in the root of the hard disk.
Example: If the root is C: it should be C:\Qfil
Inside the Qfil folder is flashone 2.0 and the rom qfil Qf722.zip
Do not modify anything, just run as administrator main.exe that is inside the Qfil folder, and select the rom qfil that is inside the Qfil folder.
This always works so do not ask if the Qfil folder is not in the root, or if the rom qfil is not in the qfil folder.
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Here I will put the manual, but it is very easy, unzip in the root of the computer, execute main.exe, in flash type "Qualcomm flash dead phone, press refresh, port 9008 must appear, and in select file select Qf722.zip
Then they give it to flash and wait.

The first time takes a little, because you have to unzip the rom, but for successive times, when asked if they want to decompress again they say no and go straight to flashing.

The decompression takes a little, but the flashing is fast, then you just have to press the power button a moment and the terminal turns on, with the development rom or in recovery.

They already do what they want, the bootloader is unlocked, they can flash what they want, or if they want an official rom like 26S through the recovery renaming the rom to update.zip.

Greetings.
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Thanks bro!!!. I test at nigth.
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Here is a good tutorial by tsongming:

https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...48&postcount=2
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24th September 2018, 07:00 PM |#6  
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Thank you FJV,
I'll try tomorrow, it's too late for me..
24th September 2018, 07:05 PM |#7  
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Worked for me flawlessly.

Thank you so much F.J.V!!!
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Worked for me flawlessly.

Thank you so much F.J.V!!!

Please explain briefly and which recovery and rom are you installing.
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Can you tell more? Have efs good? What eui its working on default?
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Please explain briefly and which recovery and rom are you installing.

The Rom is a development that only serves as a test. The recovery that installs is the official of leeco.

By fastboot you can install the rom you want, but my advice is to install TWRP, and with this the rom you want, unless you want to put an official rom leeco. In that case the flash by fastboot or with the stock recovery.

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24th September 2018, 08:06 PM |#11  
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Guys here you have lot of custom ROMs, don't use stock one because it's old and trash:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/le-pro3/development
Here is the latest TWRP 3.2.3-0 for up to Oreo builds:
https://eu.dl.twrp.me/zl0/
I have tried almost all the ROMs from above link and if someone need any help just ask.
For a beggining I would recommend you Lineage 15.1 build from 05.09.2018 because it's most stable, you can download it from here and just flash it in TWRP 3.2.3-0 with Pico Gapps and Magisk 17.1:
https://mirrorbits.lineageos.org/ful...zl1-signed.zip
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