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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by urrachris, Jun 20, 2015.

  1. urrachris

    urrachris Member
    Thread Starter

    Sooo...
    My last Awe went for a swim, and I just got a brand new one out of the box.
    I fastboot to TWRP, wipe it COMPLETELY, including system, and go to flash TWRP... and reboot.
    Now I have no system and am still on stock recovery... FML.
    Is it bricked now?
    HALP!
     


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    Post #2 by phenomx4, Jun 20, 2015 (4 points)
  3. phenomx4

    phenomx4 Android Expert
    Recognized Developer

    You should of flashed a custom recovery before anything else. It sounds like you've wiped everything and then rebooted without flashing twrp. Fastboot should be used to fastboot into twrp/cwm to flash a custom recovery. Try downloading this update package from zte and flashing to restore it to stock.

    http://www.zteusa.com/media/wysiwyg/virgin-awe/update.zip
     
  4. urrachris

    urrachris Member
    Thread Starter

    Yes shame on me, I was trying to do it all at once, I didnt mean to reboot it. DOH
    Ill try that link. Ive been trying to flash the stock ROMs from here unsuccessfully (N800_BO7 etc...)
    Ill give that update.zip a try!!
     
  5. urrachris

    urrachris Member
    Thread Starter

    Fixed! /bowandscrape
    You're the BEST!
    I swear I was going to get another phone but this is way too fun. Hah!
     
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  6. phenomx4

    phenomx4 Android Expert
    Recognized Developer

    Glad I could help.
     
  7. Curtis1973

    Curtis1973 Android Expert

    ahhhh ye olde panic after the soft brick lol...feels good dosent lol
     
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