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To flash your stockrom innto your phone(if you have a stubborn virus or you wanna upgrade), youll need this. Note that your phone must be unrooted to avoid it from bricking. Note that a  bricked
phone means one thing: your phone won’t turn on in any way, shape or
form, and there’s nothing you can do to fix it, except if you flash into it another ROM (which may not work at times if not done completely/well). It is, for all intents
and purposes, as useful as a brick. A phone stuck in a boot loop is not bricked, nor is a phone that boots straight into recovery modeAndroid - Don't Panic! Don’t panic! In contrast to iOS, Android is a rather
open operating system which makes fixing a soft-bricked device sometimes
really easy. This guide will take you through the standard steps to get
your tablet or phone back running. You can revive your device as long
as it is only soft-bricked! But beware, depending on your device it can
be quite tricky to fix a soft-brick.

What’s the difference between a hard and a soft-brick?

Before we get started I quickly want to discuss the difference
between a soft-bricked and a hard-bricked device. It’s actually quite
simple. Ask yourself the following question: What can I do with a brick? It’s
simple – basically nothing. You can use it as a paperweight or
decoration. You can easily identify a (hard-) bricked device based on
the following points:

  1. It does not turn on anymore AND
  2. Your computer / Mac does not recognise it anymore

In contrast to that, a soft-bricked device is only half-way dead. In
most cases something went wrong while flashing something like a custom
ROM, camera mod or app in your custom recovery mode. Because of this,
your device is not booting anymore (the so-called bootloop) or is
constantly crashing. The basic solution to this problem is flashing a
clean & working version of Android to your device. There are
different ways for doing this, but most of the time you’ll restore
a backup, flash a custom ROM or stock images to your device.them later!

Android device does not boot anymore

If you’re able to turn on your phone or tablet, but it won’t boot, it
mean that the device is stuck in the so-called “bootloop”. This happens
if you flashed (installed) something that does not work with your
device. This is typically a ROM or Kernel, or a combination of both.
What happens in this case, is that your device is trying to load
something which overloads the system memory, resulting in the device
crashing. In the following I’m going to guide you through different
steps that you need to follow. This should help you with finding your
problem and getting the perfect solution for it.
Step 1. Does your device boot?

  • Yes – Go to step 3
  • No – Go to step 2

Step 2. Try the right button combination for your device to get into
recovery mode. It’s usually a combination of the power and volume
buttons. Type your phone model in the comment box and we’ll tell you the combinations ASAP.
Does it work?

  • Yes – Go to step 3
  • No – It looks like your phone is bricked.
Step 3. Are you able to access the bootloader or recovery mode?
  • Yes – Go to step 4
  • No – Go to step 2

Step 4. Do you have a Nandroid backup?

  • Yes – Go to step 9
  • No – Go to step 5

Step 5. Do you still have a (former) working custom ROM zip-file on your device?

  • Yes – Go to step 6
  • No – Go to step 7

Step 6. Flash the (former) working Custom ROM and reboot. Don’t flash
a custom Kernel unless you’re specifically asked to do so by the ROM
developer.
Did it work?

  • Yes – Enjoy your working device!
  • No – Go to step 8

Step 7. Try pushing a working ROM to your device. If your device has a
SD card slot, simply place the files on it and install the files from
there. In the case that your phone or tablet does not have a SD card
slot, try pushing the files to the internal storage with ADB. I’ve
explained the process here. Go back to step 6
Step 8. Are stock ROM files available?

  • Yes – Try installing them. Most stock files come with instructions
    how to install them. Follow them. Your device should be working again
  • No – Try consulting the XDA developers forum.

Step 9. Restore your backup. Your device should be working now again.

Android - Don't Panic!

We like to play around with our Android devices. Testing new
roms, kernels or other tweaks is, at least in my opinion, part of the
whole Android experience. But sometimes things go wrong. First of all: Don’t panic!
In contrast to iOS, Android is a rather open operating system which
makes fixing a soft-bricked device sometimes really easy. This guide
will take you through the standard steps to get your tablet or phone
back running. You can revive your device as long as it is only
soft-bricked! But beware, depending on your device it can be quite
tricky to fix a soft-brick. A rule of thumb is that every device with an
unlockable bootloader and accessible stock files (aka Nexus devices). But don’t you worry: This process will hopefully help you with your problems.

What’s the difference between a hard and a soft-brick?

Before we get started I quickly want to discuss the difference
between a soft-bricked and a hard-bricked device. It’s actually quite
simple. Ask yourself the following question: What can I do with a brick? It’s
simple – basically nothing. You can use it as a paperweight or
decoration. You can easily identify a (hard-) bricked device based on
the following points:

  1. It does not turn on anymore AND
  2. Your computer / Mac does not recognise it anymore

In contrast to that, a soft-bricked device is only half-way dead. In
most cases something went wrong while flashing something like a custom
ROM, camera mod or app in your custom recovery mode. Because of this,
your device is not booting anymore (the so-called bootloop) or is
constantly crashing. The basic solution to this problem is flashing a
clean & working version of Android to your device. There are
different ways for doing this, but most of the time you’ll restore
a backup, flash a custom ROM or stock images to your device.

The easiest fix: Use a toolkit for your device

Make sure to check the XDA-Forums
if there is a toolkit available for your device which might make the
recovering process far easier. Toolkits often install the correct
drivers, download the right files and guide you through the process of
getting your phone or tablet back running.
If you rather want to do everything by hand, make sure that the
latest ADB and fastboot drivers are installed on your computer. :
 Download this software for Mac or this one for Windows
Write down the location of the drivers (or copy them to a easily accessible folder) – you’ll need them later!

Android device does not boot anymore

If you’re able to turn on your phone or tablet, but it won’t boot, it
mean that the device is stuck in the so-called “bootloop”. This happens
if you flashed (installed) something that does not work with your
device. This is typically a ROM or Kernel, or a combination of both.
What happens in this case, is that your device is trying to load
something which overloads the system memory, resulting in the device
crashing. In the following I’m going to guide you through different
steps that you need to follow. This should help you with finding your
problem and getting the perfect solution for it.
Step 1. Does your device boot?

  • Yes – Go to step 3
  • No – Go to step 2
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Step 2. Try the right button combination for your device to get into
recovery mode. It’s usually a combination of the power and volume
buttons.
Does it work?

  • Yes – Go to step 3
  • No – It looks like your phone is bricked. Try consulting the XDA-Developer forums for more help
Step 3. Are you able to access the bootloader or recovery mode?
  • Yes – Go to step 4
  • No – Go to step 2

Step 4. Do you have a Nandroid backup?

  • Yes – Go to step 9
  • No – Go to step 5

Step 5. Do you still have a (former) working custom ROM zip-file on your device?

  • Yes – Go to step 6
  • No – Go to step 7

Step 6. Flash the (former) working Custom ROM and reboot. Don’t flash
a custom Kernel unless you’re specifically asked to do so by the ROM
developer.
Did it work?

  • Yes – Enjoy your working device!
  • No – Go to step 8

Step 7. Try pushing a working ROM to your device. If your device has a
SD card slot, simply place the files on it and install the files from
there. In the case that your phone or tablet does not have a SD card
slot, try pushing the files to the internal storage with ADB. I’ve
explained the process here. Go back to step 6
Step 8. Are stock ROM files available?

  • Yes – Try installing them. Most stock files come with instructions
    how to install them. Follow them. Your device should be working again
  • No – Try consulting the XDA developers forum.

Step 9. Restore your backup. Your device should be working now again.

Custom Recovery is gone

Sometimes flashing a ROM can overwrite your custom recovery. There are two ways to get it back.

1. You have root access

  • Install ROM Manager and use it to flash ClockworkMod Recovery or
  • Install the TWRP app and use it to flash Team Win Recovery Project

Personally, I would recommend to use TWRP. After doing this, your custom recovery should be working again!

2. You don’t have root access

  1. Download the TWRP or CWMR image for your device and save it into the same directory as the ADB / fastboot drivers
  2. Boot into the bootloader. Key-combinations can be found here.
  3. Open the Windows command or Mac terminal and navigate to the direction where the ADB / fastboot drivers are located
  4. Execute the following command: fastboot flash recovery filename.img (with filename.img being the name of the recovery image you downloaded earlier)

Custom recovery should be working again!

You don’t have root access anymore

If your root stops working, there are two ways to get it back:

1. You still have access to a custom recovery

  • Download SuperSU and install the zip file in custom recovery

How to get files to or from a device if you can’t boot to Android

If your Android device does not boot anymore it can be tricky to get
files to your device (to install a backup) or from your device (to
backup personal files on your computer). Luckily, TWRP and CWMR include
ADB drivers.

  • Open the Windows command or Mac terminal and navigate to the direction where the ADB / fastboot drivers are located
  • Use the following command to push files to your device:
    ADB push filename(or folder) directory on your device
  • Example: ADB push /backup/ /sdcard/ – This will transfer the complete folder backup from your computer to the SD card on your device
  • Use the following command to get files from your device:
    ADB get filename(or folder) directory on your computer
  • Example: ADB get /downloads/ /backup – This will transfer the complete folder “downloads” from your device to the /backup/ folder on your computer

The files should now be on your computer or internal storage. Combinations for all tecno devices are volumeup+powerbutton. Combinations for some other phones are:

Bootloader/Fastboot and Recovery Mode for Nexus Devices

»Nexus One

  • Bootloader/Fastboot mode: Power off the device. Press and hold the  Trackball and Power button simultaneously.
  • Recovery mode: While in Bootloader mode, highlight RECOVERY with the volume keys and select using the Power key.

»Nexus S

  • Bootloader Mode: Power off the device, press and hold Volume Up and Power keys.
  • Recovery Mode: While in Bootloader mode, use Volume keys to highlight Recovery and select it using the Power button.

»Galaxy Nexus & Nexus 10

  • Bootloader Mode: Power off the device, press Volume Up, Volume Down and Power buttons altogether.
  • Recovery mode: While in Bootloader mode, use Volume keys to highlight Recovery and select it using the Power key.

»Nexus 4, Nexus 5 & Nexus 7

  • Bootloader Mode: Power off the device, press Volume Down and Power buttons altogether.
  • Recovery Mode: While in Bootloader mode, use Volume keys to highlight Recovery and select it using the Power key.

Download & Recovery Mode for Samsung Devices

These instructions are applicable to almost
all Samsung manufactured Android devices. If you feel that your Samsung
Device follows a different criteria, mention it in comments and we
shall update it in our article.
  • ODIN/Download mode: Power off the device. Press and hold Volume Down, Home and Power keys altogether.
    [For Galaxy Tabs: Press and hold Volume Down and Power keys. Press Volume Up button when prompted with a security warning]
  • Recovery mode: Power off the device. Press and hold Volume Up, Home and Power buttons altogether.
    [For Galaxy Tabs: Press Volume Up and Power keys, release the keys when the Samsung logo is displayed]

Bootloader & Recovery Mode for HTC phones

[This will work for almost all HTC devices]
To enter into Bootloader mode, do this:
  • Turn off your phone
  • Hold down Volume Down + Power button
  • Release the Power button when device starts and continue to hold the Volume Down key until you see a white screen, that’s the bootloader.
To enter into Fastboot mode, do this:
  • Turn off your phone
  • Hold down Volume Down + Power button
  • Release the Power button when device starts and continue to hold the Volume Down key until you enter into the bootloader. [For some phones, bootloader mode itself acts as Fastboot mode]
  • Scroll up or down with Volume keys and select Fastboot with the power key.
To enter into Recovery mode, do this:
  • Turn off your phone
  • Hold down Volume Down + Power button [older devices: Home + Power button]
  • Release the Power button when device starts and continue to hold the Volume Down key until you enter into the bootloader.
  • Scroll up or down with Volume keys and select Recovery with the power key.

Exclusions:

HTC Legend
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot: (while turned off) Press and hold Down on Trackball + Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press Down on Trackball + Volume Down + Power Highlight Recovery with the volume keys and select with the Power key.

Fastboot & Recovery Mode for LG Phones

LG is not much friendly for entering
fastboot with the key-combination and hence, will have to be done by
connecting to a pc and hence it is not covered in this guide. There are some exclusions though. Booting to recovery with key-combinations is just fine.
For All Devices that do not Support Fastboot Key Combination
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power

Exclusions:

LG Optimus One P500 and Optimus Net P690
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Home + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Home + Power

LG Optimus Me P350
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Up + Call key+ Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Call key + Power

LG Optimus GT540
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Camera + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Home + Power

LG Optimus L3
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Menu button + Power

LG Optimus L5
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power and immediately followed by pressing and holding Home key.

LG Optimus G
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power then scroll down to Recovery Mode with the Volume Keys and select with the Power key.

Bootloader & Recovery Mode for Motorola Phones

Motorola Droid Razr XT 910/912
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume UP + Power, now scroll down with Volume Down key only, and select AP Fastboot with Volume Up key.
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume UP + Power, now scroll down with Volume Down key only, and select Recovery with Volume Up key.

Motorola Droid X
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume UP + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Home + Power

Motorola Droid X2
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Droid Bionic
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to AP Fastboot with Volume Down and select with Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Droid 3
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Slide out the keyboard and press M + Power, scroll down to Fastboot with Volume Down and select with Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Slide out the keyboard and press M + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down and select with Volume Up. Now hold down Volume Up + Volume Down to get the menu. Or slide out the keyboard and press X + Power

Motorola Droid 4
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to AP Fastboot with Volume Down and select with Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Defy XT535
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Up + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power

Motorola Defy Plus
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Up + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power

Motorola Xoom
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Atrix
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Atrix 2
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Atrix 4G
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power, at the “Starting Fastboot protocol support” screen, press Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Atrix HD
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to AP Fastboot with Volume Down and select with Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Photon 4G
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Razr M
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to AP Fastboot with Volume Down and select with Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Razr i
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Motorola Razr HD
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to AP Fastboot with Volume Down and select with Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold Volume Down + Volume Up + Power, scroll down to Recovery with Volume Down key, press Volume Up  to select Recovery.

Flash & Recovery Mode for Sony Phones

SONY Xperia S, Xperia Mini, Xperia Mini Pro, Xperia Ray
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Up, at
the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to
PC. You should see a blue LED. You’re in Fastboot mode now.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery: 
  • Xperia S : (while turned off) Power on and when you see blue LED lit up, press Volume UP
  • Xperia Mini, Xperia Mini Pro, Xperia Ray : (while turned off) Power on and keep pressing Volume Down key few times to land into recovery.
SONY Xperia Arc, Xperia Arc S, Xperia Neo, Xperia Neo V, Xperia Pro
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Menu button, at
the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to
PC. You should see a blue LED. You’re in fastboot mode now.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery: 
  • Xperia Arc, Xperia Arc S : (while turned off) Power on and press and hold Volume Down key
  • Xperia Neo, Xperia Neo V, Xperia Pro : (while turned off) Power on and keep pressing Volume Down key few times to land into recovery.
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SONY Xperia Play
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Search button, at
the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to
PC. You should see a blue LED. You’re in fastboot mode now.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Power on and keep pressing (depends on which recovery you flashed) Volume Down or Volume Up key few times to land into recovery.

SONY Xperia P, Xperia U, Xperia Sola, Xperia Go
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Up button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Power on and keep pressing (depends on which recovery you flashed) Volume Down or Volume Up key few times to land into recovery.

SONY Xperia X10, Xperia X10 Mini, Xperia X 10 Mini Pro, Xperia X8
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Up button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery:
  • Xperia X10: (while turned off) Power on and keep the Back key pressed
  • Xperia X10 Mini, Xperia X 10 Mini Pro, Xperia X8: (while turned off) Power on and keep pressing Back key repeatedly
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SONY Tablets

To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Power on and keep pressing Volume Up key few times to land into recovery.
Fastboot is not yet  available for Tablets

SONY Xperia Miro, Xperia Tipo, Xperia Tipo Dual, Xperia J, Xperia E
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Up button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Power on or plug into charger and keep pressing Volume Down repeatedly.

SONY Xperia T, Xperia TL, Xperia TX, Xperia V
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Up button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Power on or plug into charger and keep pressing Volume Down repeatedly.

SONY Xperia Z, Xperia ZL
To enter  into  Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Up button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into  Flash Mode : (while turned off) Press and hold the  Volume Down button, at the same time plug in the micro USB cable which is already connected to PC.
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Power on or plug into charger and keep pressing Volume Up repeatedly.

Bootloader & Recovery Mode for ASUS Devices

Asus Transformer Prime TF101
To enter APX mode: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Up + Power
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power, press Volume Up within 5 seconds.

Asus Transformer Prime TF201, Transformer TF300TTransformer TF700
To enter  into Bootloader/Fastboot : (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power, now select the USB icon, press Volume Up
To enter  into Recovery: (while turned off) Press and hold  Volume Down + Power, press Volume Up within 5 seconds.

Final words

I hope that I was able to offer you a first-aid for your Android
emergency. There are many ways to get your Android device back to life.
Please comment below or consult the XDA-developers forums if you have
any questions!
Also, you can unbrick your device by flashing your rom using sp flash tool.. Just download the ROM. Open sp flash tool on your pc. Click on scatter loading and choose the scatterfile inside the ROM, and press Ctrl+D or download. When phone is off, remove battery and long press volume down. Then, insert the battery and it starts. Done!
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