Basically, phone get bricked during the installation of Android OS (flashing). If flashing is interrupted by the low battery or loose cable connection during flashing.
If your android phone has been powered by Mediatek CPU and either you are using the wrong firmware or a custom ROM (unstable) to flash your phone, your android mobile will get dead and this post is about how to recover MTK Android Smartphone if it has gone Dead. The method is for those whose their device refused to come up after interrupting the flashing process while using http://hibbydabby.blogspot.com /2015/09/how-to-flash-mediatek-stock-roms-with.html">SP Flash Tool.
Steps to Fix/Unbrick MTK Dead Android Smartphones
Smartphones like Tecno, Infinix, Innjoo, Gionee and other most Chinese phone are MTK Devices.
You can also detect your MTK phone when you install mobile uncle, under engineering tab, if its MTK device you will have IMEI in engineering option available. To fix/unbrick your MTK Dead Android Smartphones, follow these steps below;
» Connect your phone to a computer (via a USB cord) for charging or to any power source around your environment. It could take up to two hours or more, but if the phone have successfully revived back, you will see 1℅ or 2%. Just leave it to keep charging before powering it up.
You Can Also Speed Things up by Doing The Below:
» Kindly remove the battery of the dead or brick phone.
» After that, connect the phone to a charger without battery inside.
» Slot in the battery while the phone is still connected to the charger.
» You could also keep pressing the Volume up + Power button while the device is charging.
» Remove and boost the battery using a desktop or an external charger then resume internal charging.
» After that, uninstall then re-install MTK vcom drivers you have earlier on installed on your PC/desktop computer.
You should be able to fix/revive back your bricked MTK Smartphone with any of the above methods.
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