Idiot At Work


May 29, 2016
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Hi All,

Yesterday I was a brave and later I noticed I was extremely stupid.

The last custom firmware I have put on an android device was my galaxy s2 years ago. I thought I could do it again NOT!!!

I wanted to root my phone and went to the help of kingroot.net and after that wanted to put on supersu

Now the "fun"stuff happened.

My Mi Note Pro got stuck on the MI sign. Doesn't boot up at all. When put the phone off , it's not really off but lights up just a bit every 10 seconds.

I know I know I had to look on this forum before trying it myself using wrong info, but that isn't going to help me now.

I used the tutorial for unbricking my phone.

in command promt wrtite:
cmd

cd C:\fastboot





fastboot devices
30ef3f48 fastboot




fastboot oem edl
This is where I get the Fail part


There is no real connection i guess

Can somebody please help me to get everything the way it was or even better.
 
May 29, 2016
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Thanks for replying.

Yes i have tryed using recovery and it shows the mi sign for a couple of seconds an turns of again.

Strange thing is, that the screen flashes once in a while.

Sometimes it goes in fastboot if I use the volume up or down (in combination with the power button)it doesn't matter.
 
Aug 27, 2015
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Can someone please help me out?
try this

Download the fastboot ROM https://www.dropbox.com/s/dg198q49dc...cn.tar.gz?dl=0 (recomend this others from this year locked bootloader)
Extract it to the same directory you extracted ADB/Fastboot
Press "Windows key + X" -> "Command Prompt (administrator)
In command prompt, go to your folder where your ADB/Fastboot are, assuming they are in C:\Fastboot, you type

> cd C:\Fastboot
> C:

10. Once in the "C:\Fastboot" folder, you will need to issue a chain of commands to flash critical images, so type:

C:\Fastboot>fastboot devices
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash tz tz.mbn
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash dbi sdi.mbn
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash sbl1 sbl1.mbn
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash rpm rpm.mbn
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash aboot emmc_appsboot.mbn
C:\Fastboot>fastboot erase boot
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash misc misc.img
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash system system.img
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash cache cache.img
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash boot boot.img
C:\Fastboot>fastboot reboot

Now you're all set and should be able to boot normally.

after you can install recovery
to install recoverytwrp https://www.dropbox.com/s/hkuwc6d881...P_leo.zip?dl=0

Extract it to the same directory you extracted ADB/Fastboot
Press "Windows key + X" -> "Command Prompt (administrator)
In command prompt, go to your folder where your ADB/Fastboot are, assuming they are in C:\Fastboot, you type

> cd C:\Fastboot
> C:

Once in the "C:\Fastboot" folder, you will need to issue a chain of commands to flash critical images, so type:

C:\Fastboot>fastboot devices
C:\Fastboot>fastboot flash recovery TWRP.img
C:\Fastboot>fastboot reboot

done now you can install latest rom from xiaomi.eu Does not locked bootloader
 
May 29, 2016
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Hi Helder Moura,

I did exactly as stated above. It already goes wrong with the chain of commands.

I get the error message "access denied" sorry i had to translate it because my windows is in dutch.

I was administrator in CMD, and my phone was in fastboot.

What is going wrong?
 

SigNL

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May 29, 2016
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I did what was needed in Q17 but the same problem occures.

It fails this part, am I missing something?

I did it like this:
The phone is in fastboot (power and volume-)

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Cbs

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Aug 2, 2014
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Doesn't seem like things has gone wrong that far. Still sound like broken root flashing, the other partitions should still be intact as it was.

Flashing through QDLoader is more like a last-resort.

By the way. I found out accessing recovery through Vol+/Power for MI Note Pro is extremely tricky. I found I need different trick to access 3 identical Mi Note Pro. How about trying this
- Vol+ / Home repeatly
or Vol+ / Home for 3-5 sec, release and repeat.

Make sure you don't hold that for too long otherwise hard-reset kicks in and device will just force-restart.

.....

Otherwise accessing an image of TWRP.img through fastboot command should still be working.
1) get yourself some TWRP.img for Mi Note Pro, put it in the your adb/fastboot folder
2) fastboot boot twrp.img