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HrX

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Please help me

My Wiko Fever 4G won't boot up anymore because i flashed erronealy the boot.img and now i cant boot up anymore! can someone link me the original boot.img of Wiko Fever 4G Marshmallow v39? Also i dont have bootloader unlocked
 

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Ok so, i tried to flash only the recovery image and the device went on bootloop, so i cant flash the twrp, but then i found this: https:// forum . fairphone . com /t /howto-use-twrp-without-flashing-it-e-g-for-backup/23747/2 (without spaces). And so, now i wanted to ask: can i root with this method?
 
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Ok so, i tried to flash only the recovery image and the device went on bootloop, so i cant flash the twrp, but then i found this: https:// forum . fairphone . com /t /howto-use-twrp-without-flashing-it-e-g-for-backup/23747/2 (without spaces). And so, now i wanted to ask: can i root with this method?

I've never been able to get the fastboot boot command to work and I'm unsure what you're even trying to do, but if you flash TWRP, do whatever you need to do, power the phone off then flash the stock recovery again it shouldn't be permanent.

Also if you're bootlooping you might need to flash the boot.img too.

Furthermore, did you make sure to download the LP ROM if you're on LP or the MM ROM if on MM?
 

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I've never been able to get the fastboot boot command to work and I'm unsure what you're even trying to do, but if you flash TWRP, do whatever you need to do, power the phone off then flash the stock recovery again it shouldn't be permanent.

Also if you're bootlooping you might need to flash the boot.img too.

Furthermore, did you make sure to download the LP ROM if you're on LP or the MM ROM if on MM?

I downloaded the official MM v34 install tool for recovering my phone, and rn i unlocked bootloader, so i tried the fastboot boot command but still failing, so what can i do?
 
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I downloaded the official MM v34 install tool for recovering my phone, and rn i unlocked bootloader, so i tried the fastboot boot command but still failing, so what can i do?

If you have an unlocked bootloader you can flash the custom recovery, boot straight into it, choose to not modify the system partition, flash superSU or whatever else you need (xposed? IDK), then from the reboot section of the recovery reboot to the bootloader, and flash the stock recovery. Then you should be able to boot into a rooted phone without custom recovery (I'm still unsure why you'd need/want this, but I've done it once in this exact way).
 

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If you have an unlocked bootloader you can flash the custom recovery, boot straight into it, choose to not modify the system partition, flash superSU or whatever else you need (xposed? IDK), then from the reboot section of the recovery reboot to the bootloader, and flash the stock recovery. Then you should be able to boot into a rooted phone without custom recovery (I'm still unsure why you'd need/want this, but I've done it once in this exact way).

If i can have the custom recovery without bootlooping i would leave it, but still thx

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Ok, i just tried to do that procedure (flashed recovery, installed superSU) and now its still bootlooping! maybe superSU ver2.46 is not ok for MM v34?
 
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If i can have the custom recovery without bootlooping i would leave it, but still thx

---------- Post added at 04:12 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:00 PM ----------

Ok, i just tried to do that procedure (flashed recovery, installed superSU) and now its still bootlooping! maybe superSU ver2.46 is not ok for MM v34?

What custom recovery are you flashing?
 

Jashane

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I fixed the imei bug by flashing nvram.bin or nvram partition in spflashtool.. You can flash it too using twrp and miracle box..

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And for baseband I have an idea but I haven't tested it yet

Heres how it goes for baseband unknown

Copy

/system/etc/firmware
/system/etc/mddb

From stock ROM (or any working ROM with no baseband error for your device), copy it to your sdcard or internal storage

Then

Delete the

/system/etc/firmware
/system/etc/mddb

On your device (need root)

And copy the folders you just copied from the stock ROM


Note: I take no responsibility or any assurance that it will work but give it a try.
 

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Ok so, I found online a LineageOS 15 ROM for Wiko FEVER 4G but, before I install it, I want to ask if someone here can test it if there are any bugs or works fine. I would post here the link but I can't, sorry, but you can just google "Wiko Fever lineageos 15" and it would be the first result showing. Thanks
 
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Ok so, I found online a LineageOS 15 ROM for Wiko FEVER 4G but, before I install it, I want to ask if someone here can test it if there are any bugs or works fine. I would post here the link but I can't, sorry, but you can just google "Wiko Fever lineageos 15" and it would be the first result showing. Thanks

Bruh never use google to look for ROMs it's just scam websites that try to get you to install malware...
Besides the fact the LineageOS 15 isn't even out yet!
 

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    Rooting GUIDE

    Hi,
    Good news: Rooting is done! :victory:

    Here is the guide for rooting your Wiko Fever:

    Warning (for newbies): First copy all indicated files to your SD card using your phone in normal state. Or use a PC and a SD reader for copy them when indicated.

    1) Unlock bootloader:

    1.1) Boot for first time your device. I recommend to NOT register/login/add Wifi/add accounts/etc., because the unlock process DELETES all your data in the device. So to go more fast, skip all, and go directly to SETTINGS. In section ABOUT DEVICE, enable the developer options with eight time picks over “Build number”. Then in SETTINGS/DEVELOPER OPTIONS, enable the option “OEM unlocking”. Then power off.

    1.2) Power on the device in the BOOTLOADER mode (using ADB: "adb reboot-bootloader"). Execute in your computer the command “fastboot oem unlock”, say YES with “vol+” and “power” buttons. Then select reboot. This ERASES completely your device (factory restore), but the bootloader will be UNLOCKED! Two reboots needed.

    2) Install custom Recovery:

    2.1) Download from here the BETA 1 of CWM BETA 2 of CWM BETA 3 of CWM: http://www.sendspace.com/file/4g87bj
    OR Download TWRP Beta 1 for Lollipop 5.1 from Hanuma: http://www.sendspace.com/file/y4jel8
    (Original post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=64543542&postcount=45)
    OR Download TWRP 3.0.2.0 for Marshmallow from Hanuma: https://www.sendspace.com/file/9ms9zz
    (Original post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=67531723&postcount=217)

    2.2) Boot in the BOOTLOADER mode (using ADB: "adb reboot-bootloader"). Then execute command “fastboot flash recovery recovery-custom-wiko-fever.img”; and then “fastboot reboot”.

    3) Rooting:

    3.1) Copy last beta of SuperSU v2.52 to your SD Card (file BETA-SuperSU-v2.52.zip).
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/supersu/2014-09-02-supersu-v2-05-t2868133

    3.2) Boot in the CWM with “Vol+” and “Power” buttons.

    3.3) Install ZIP from external-sd card.

    3.4) Reboot and don’t select “fix root”, only “Yes”.

    3.5) After boot, start SuperSU and configure it. Root done!


    4) Xposed install:

    4.1) Copy last release of Xposed Installer to your SD Card. Use files from here:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=3034811
    * xposed-v78-sdk22-arm64.zip
    * XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4.apk
    * xposed-uninstaller-20150831-arm64.zip (in case of errors).

    4.2) Boot in the Recovery, and install the framework (file xposed-v78-sdk22-arm64.zip).

    4.3) After reboot, install the Xposed APK (file XposedInstaller_3.0_alpha4.apk).

    4.4) Reboot. The Xposed framework is running.

    Enjoy! :cool:

    Notes: Before starting to root your device I recommend to do a full DUMP of the firmware using the SP Flash Tool. Use my handmade scatter file. :angel:

    Thank you to all developers & supporters! :highfive:
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    TWRP Recovery 2.8.7.0 Fever(Beta) http://d-h.st/82jl
    b880e688039fdd8f0bcec2475eabe0c1.png
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    Has anyone tried this on the Blu Life One X yet?
    Just performed this on my new Blu Life One X and it worked perfectly! Thanks OP. Hope we get some more ROM support.
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    unable to install costom recovery every time i install and reboot the phone in recovery it open stock recovery again

    Same here. Perhaps we are doing something wrong?

    I got it working.

    Don't follow the instructions to use fastboot reboot after flashing recovery. Instead after flashing recovery, unplug the USB cable. Then hold vol+ and power until it turns off. Let go, then after a second hold them both again. This time it will boot into custom recovery.

    The next time I tried to enter CWM it still went into stock recovery. I did the same method and that time it stuck. Now when I go into recovery it is always the custom recovery.
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    TWRP 3.0.2.0 Wiko Fever Marshmallow

    TWRP 3.0.2.0 Wiko Fever Marshmallow
    Download
    Download Material Theme

    WARNING!! Strictly follow these installation instruction!
    Install:
    1. Flash the recovery.img using SP FlashTool
    2. Enter into TWRP and Install the patch "SuperSU 2.78-SR1"
    3. Reboot to the system


    SuperSU v2.78-SR1 http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1538053