Bricked Redmi 2 2014813


Aug 24, 2016
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Hello,

I've been trying different method to get my redmi2 back....no chance

twrp method
deep flash cable
test point... etc

BUT i am able to boot twrp, only when i flashtwrp.bat using my laptop
after if I try installing rom or recover, it says Failed to mount '/ cache '/system '/data '/ persist (Invalid Argumen)

Is there any way to remount partition using adb command or command shell in the twrp interface of the phone
 

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May 31, 2016
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Try to flash latest twrp for wt86047 then in twrp wipe internal partition/factory reset device.

If doesn't help then you could try to flash official rom by Miflash through fastboot EDL mode. Then after flash again twrp.

Sent from my 2014813 using Tapatalk
 
Aug 24, 2016
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Try to flash latest twrp for wt86047 then in twrp wipe internal partition/factory reset device.

If doesn't help then you could try to flash official rom by Miflash through EDL mode. Then after flash again twrp.

Sent from my 2014813 using Tapatalk
Thanks. Can you give some directions how to do it? Flash through EDL,?
 
May 31, 2016
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Thanks. Can you give some directions how to do it?
Check eu rom section, look for twrp link, download twrp for wt86047 lolipop version. On same thread you havve command for flashing through adb with pc.
For Miflash flashing official roms you'll need to check official forum or check this link but be very sure that you have hm 2014813 aka wt86047 device before. https://xiaomi.eu/community/index.php?threads/36138/

Sent from my 2014813 using Tapatalk
 
Aug 24, 2016
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another try with this zip
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same thing but says on the adb console (phone) it's a 88047 image and you have HM20148013
 
Dec 6, 2016
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Hi,

I share the same problem with the same devicetype. I tried different roms with TWRP 3.0.2 and Miflash in the lastest version with recommended roms. But with TWRP I also get the notification that TWRP is unable to mount system/data and cache (invalid argument).

Does anybody have a solution for this probem?

Thanks in advance.
 
Jan 22, 2017
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So apparently there is no solution for this issue right?
I also have the exact error, I have searched the internet for hours and followed at least 10 different guides/tutorials but none solved the issue. It seems I'll need to give up and buy a new phone.... :(
 
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Aug 24, 2016
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So apparently there is no solution for this issue right?
I also have the exact error, I have searched the internet for hours and followed at least 10 different guides/tutorials but none solved the issue. It seems I'll need to give up and buy a new phone.... :(
Unfortunately I gave up. I managed to buy locally the same phone (water damnaged) for €20 changed the board from, reinstall eu. Xiaomi rom and I am happy man now. Anyway I am sure this issue can be resolved with good experience in programming and patience (which I don't have)
 
Jul 20, 2015
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Same problem here.
It possible is hardware problem? i think it's strange becasue i read many similar case around. So if it's soft problem, really we can't fix this?!?!
 
Dec 11, 2016
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According to english miui.com forum, Xiaomi is replacing defective devices, but only in china. It really looks like a "software" issue (I tried to write files into the storage using the shell and it works), but maybe is so low level issue that nobody have found how to fix it.

Have a look there, any update is welcome.

P.S.: it might be a good idea to write a post and pin it, advising people to get back to.... MIUI7? I am unsure about that, but it seems to be risky to stay at MIUI8. I don't know as well if the only affected device is 2014813 under MIUI.8.2/5.1. Maybe if you guys tell which version are were running we could clarify that.
 
May 3, 2017
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Hey guys,

Today my phone was acting super weird so I restarted it. Now is stuck in the MI logo loading screen. I managed to boot TWRP and got the same errors like you when trying to flash the same ROM again (xiaomi.eu_multi_HM2XTDPro_V8.2.1.0.LHJCNDL_v8-5.1).

Any ideas how to fix it?

PS: i attached a pic with the errors
 

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Dec 11, 2016
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Hey guys,

Today my phone was acting super weird so I restarted it. Now is stuck in the MI logo loading screen. I managed to boot TWRP and got the same errors like you when trying to flash the same ROM again (xiaomi.eu_multi_HM2XTDPro_V8.2.1.0.LHJCNDL_v8-5.1).

Any ideas how to fix it?

PS: i attached a pic with the errors
I haven't heard about anyone fixing it for sure (here or in any other forum). I tried many things by myself (and a friend of mine as well), and never got it back to life. AFAIK, xiaomi is replacing them in China, but apparently there's nothing to do. I simply got a new one, too much time waste on that.
 
May 3, 2017
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I haven't heard about anyone fixing it for sure (here or in any other forum). I tried many things by myself (and a friend of mine as well), and never got it back to life. AFAIK, xiaomi is replacing them in China, but apparently there's nothing to do. I simply got a new one, too much time waste on that.
So far I did all the fastboot commands by hand and I find out 2 commands give errors: flashing partition gpt_both0.bin and sec sec.dat

The rest...flash system,boot,etc.....all give OKAY and after reboot, TWRP still says there's no OS installed.

Such a pitty no one figure it out how to fix this.

I do have back-ups made with TWRP but on Kitkat...and now i can't restore it....do you know how I can restore those back-ups? previous version of TWRP I can't use to boot, it give an error dtb not found
 
Dec 11, 2016
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So far I did all the fastboot commands by hand and I find out 2 commands give errors: flashing partition gpt_both0.bin and sec sec.dat

The rest...flash system,boot,etc.....all give OKAY and after reboot, TWRP still says there's no OS installed.

Such a pitty no one figure it out how to fix this.

I do have back-ups made with TWRP but on Kitkat...and now i can't restore it....do you know how I can restore those back-ups? previous version of TWRP I can't use to boot, it give an error dtb not found
I already tried that, no luck as well. Don't waste your time :D