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    Unhappy ZTE Bricked

    Its stuck on the ZTE white letters screen and i can't seem to work around it, I dont believe debugging is turned on either which is a big problem. It started when attempting to root. It worked but when the phone turned off it and i decided to turn it back on it stayed on the ZTE screen, and i also dont have CWM. i can get into recovery mode but I cant install anything, I also may be missing files im not sure, but help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Try flashing the stock score rom in recovery. Im pretty sure as long as u can get into recovery ur phones not bricked.
    Just download stock rom,
    Put on root of ur sd card on ur pc
    I think u will need to name it update
    Put ur sd card back in ur phone
    Then enter ur stock recovery and update.

    Heres a link to a good stock rom.

    http://unleashedprepaids.com/index.php?topic=477.0

    Good luck
    Last edited by bryanskinner1980; 08-26-2012 at 09:50 PM.

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    I just attempted that method, and got
    Finding update package...
    Opening update package...
    Verifying update package...
    E:signature verification failed
    Installation aborted.

    And this is what I have been getting when trying to install anything. I just can't find anything to work.

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    sig ver. should not fail on stock, unless your trying to flash stock through custom recovery which in some cases, not all, stock does not want to cooperate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.E View Post
    sig ver. should not fail on stock, unless your trying to flash stock through custom recovery which in some cases, not all, stock does not want to cooperate
    It is custom recovery because that is the only thing I can access on my phone.

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    meh install a custom rom and I am not sure if your custom recovery has the option to toggle sig. check, but try it

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    I tried 2 custom ROMS already and the same thing happened as when I tried to install the stock ROM. It appears that I have to have CWM to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aip012 View Post
    It is custom recovery because that is the only thing I can access on my phone.
    Try this - http://cellrb.com/cricket-wireless/how-to-reset-zte-score-muve-music/



    Did that link i posted above work? Let me know
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    I tried that first and it stays on the ZTE white letter screen but I just did it step by step and followed it word by word and still the same results.

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    hmm

    Just out of curriosity, how long are you letting it sit on the zte splash screen before pulling the battery out? When i reflash roms sometimes it will sit there on the zte splash screen for 5-8 min then the boot screen for 10-14 min at times. You might try doing the above then let let it sit on zte splash screen for up to 30 min see wat happens. Idk wat else u can do? Maybe cricket deal/store could help ya idk? Good luck with everything hopefully u can get it figured out.

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    I used to let it sit for hours, and i did the same thing today still nothing. It really is impossible to fix. But thanks the help.

 

 

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