A tablet MT6572 with android 4.2.2 not booting, again & again restarting after android logo.
at stock recovery mode, it can connect only with "adb sideload" mode.
Is this possible that connecting via usb cable to any tool like adb device or MtkDroid or Odin or SPflash or any other method works??
tablet has not any custom recovery, then how restore backup?
Anyone who know the trick for it, plz help.
thanks in advance.
Hmm... i guess in this case you need to flash a firmware, go ahead and look over this forum post this will tell you step by step recovery process "forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f781/samsung-clone-galaxy-s4-i9500-mt6572-tested-rom-here-1728908"
Thanks John for reply me.
I have read your link. But
the main problem is that tablet not connect by usb to SP_Flash_tool when it is not booting completely.
I have already all these backup files include firmware (system.yaffs2.img, data.yaffs2.img, recovery.img, preloader.bin, boot.img etc.), but how can restore them when tablet not going online means not connecting to pc.
In stock recovery mode, usb connected & working but PC recognize the tablet only for adb sideload command. and my backup files are not working in stock recovery because they are created by MtkDroidTools v2.48 and they only work with MtkDroidTools or SP_Flash_tool or CWM recovery. These tools recognize any tablet when "usb debugging on" at android setting menu, and my tab not is not booting. Then how I connect these tools to tablet???
what kind of file format is used for update in "adb sideload" command? and how I convert my backup files to in that format?
Plz plz plz suggest me what to do?