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Please help me out, I tried installing TWRP and then got a bootloop with no recovery or fastboot

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anasomar1

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I followed this video on youtube
and then got stuck in a bootloop with no recovery or fastboot.

After that I followed this video
that is supposed to unbrick redmi note 9 with no Auth
I installed python, pyserial json, installed cdc-acm.inf
and got the phone mediatek port showing up in libusb and installed the filtered driver
After I went into updated BTP folder and ran the two .bat files and now my phone screen is black,
nothing happens. Not even a bootloop.
I did try to complete the video and opened SP Flash Tool but got a rid bar stack at DA 100% for a few minutes then got an error
Is there any solution out there to unbrick this phone
I would really appreciate it. Thank you

EDIT: When I try to connect the usb port to the phone now I get this
`
Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)

A request for the USB device descriptor failed.`
On windows 10
 
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anasomar1

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I tried following this, "adb devices" doesn't show any listed device when I connect my phone, and now windows 10 gives error code 43 when I connect it, which didn't happen before.
 

anasomar1

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Went to repair shop, he pressed power button with volume up or down, and the bootloop started again, I've been trying that all day yesterday but couldn't manage to show the screen.
Anyways I went back home after he did that, and followed the second video I linked and now my Redmi is working fine. The issue is solved.
 
Went to repair shop, he pressed power button with volume up or down, and the bootloop started again, I've been trying that all day yesterday but couldn't manage to show the screen.
Anyways I went back home after he did that, and followed the second video I linked and now my Redmi is working fine. The issue is solved.
Always Triple check the files that you're about to flash if it's built for you rom or not. And res threads carefully. Join on telegram also.
 
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anasomar1

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Always Triple check the files that you're about to flash if it's built for you rom or not. And res threads carefully. Join on telegram also.
You're absolutely right. It's just that the video had many likes, the top comments were saying good things and in the description he only mentioned version 12.0.6 to cause a brick where I had 12.0.1 which is the one every youtube video installed custom ROMs on. I should've been more careful tho, I guess I'll stick to MIUI to avoid any issues although I hate it.
 
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You're absolutely right. It's just that the video had many likes, the top comments were saying good things and in the description he only mentioned version 12.0.6 to cause a brick where I had 12.0.1 which is the one every youtube video installed custom ROMs on. I should've been more careful tho, I guess I'll stick to MIUI to avoid any issues although I hate it.
Join on telegram groups. You'll find details about installing twrp on merlin.
Try searching And joining this group on the image.
 

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    Went to repair shop, he pressed power button with volume up or down, and the bootloop started again, I've been trying that all day yesterday but couldn't manage to show the screen.
    Anyways I went back home after he did that, and followed the second video I linked and now my Redmi is working fine. The issue is solved.
    Always Triple check the files that you're about to flash if it's built for you rom or not. And res threads carefully. Join on telegram also.
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    Always Triple check the files that you're about to flash if it's built for you rom or not. And res threads carefully. Join on telegram also.
    You're absolutely right. It's just that the video had many likes, the top comments were saying good things and in the description he only mentioned version 12.0.6 to cause a brick where I had 12.0.1 which is the one every youtube video installed custom ROMs on. I should've been more careful tho, I guess I'll stick to MIUI to avoid any issues although I hate it.
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    You're absolutely right. It's just that the video had many likes, the top comments were saying good things and in the description he only mentioned version 12.0.6 to cause a brick where I had 12.0.1 which is the one every youtube video installed custom ROMs on. I should've been more careful tho, I guess I'll stick to MIUI to avoid any issues although I hate it.
    Join on telegram groups. You'll find details about installing twrp on merlin.
    Try searching And joining this group on the image.
    1
    Join on telegram groups. You'll find details about installing twrp on merlin.
    Try searching And joining this group on the image.
    All them are with infos and details here: