1. abdulbadii's Avatar
    How do we fix android 6 smartphone boot loop though it's been factory reset chosen in recovery menu, that was regardless of battery was connected, or not and separated, it helped nothing whatsoever ?

    Sincere help is really invaluable, thanks in advance
    03-30-2022 06:02 PM
  2. belodion's Avatar
    If the battery is good, then alas it may be failing hardware. A phone running Android 6 is likely to be old.
    03-30-2022 06:37 PM
  3. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Which phone? The firmware might be corrupt as well.
    abdulbadii likes this.
    03-30-2022 07:21 PM
  4. abdulbadii's Avatar
    How to do, in clear steps tutorial, all the works of firmware updating / refreshing so fixing it while get better newer version at once
    03-30-2022 07:43 PM
  5. Mooncatt's Avatar
    How to do, in clear steps tutorial, all the works of firmware updating / refreshing so fixing it while get better newer version at once
    Every phone is different, with different flashing steps, which is why you were asked which phone you have. Though, I personally think your best option will be to replace it with something newer.

    For one, it sounds like you are new to performing your own diagnostics and repairs, and something like re-flashing the stock firmware carries a risk of completely bricking your phone. Second, Android 6 is severely obsolete. Re-flashing the existing firmware would still have many issues even if it is firmware corruption causing the bootloop (and no guarantee it is). Any phone running that would also be long past its update cycle and not likely to have a new enough version to be worth the hassle.

    If you are just absolutely tied to this specific phone, I would take it to a repair shop. The downside to this is it'll likely cost more than it's worth to repair it. Parts may also be hard to come by if it is hardware related. Regardless if it's firmware or hardware, you are almost certain to lose any personal data in the process of repairing it.

    For the cost of repair, you'll likely find a newer and better phone for a similar price. Even if it's used, it shouldn't be hard to find one that's at least currently supported with security updates without spending a lot of money.
    B. Diddy, Laura Knotek and J Dubbs like this.
    03-30-2022 09:07 PM
  6. mustang7757's Avatar
    How do we fix android 6 smartphone boot loop though it's been factory reset chosen in recovery menu, that was regardless of battery was connected, or not and separated, it helped nothing whatsoever ?

    Sincere help is really invaluable, thanks in advance
    flash the stock firmware
    03-30-2022 09:47 PM
  7. B. Diddy's Avatar
    How to do, in clear steps tutorial, all the works of firmware updating / refreshing so fixing it while get better newer version at once
    You might notice that I also asked which phone you have.
    03-30-2022 10:09 PM
  8. abdulbadii's Avatar
    It's just like one tiny thing in the middle of sea from the Asia products, mainly China:
    ASUS Zenfone 2, or 3 can't really be sure

    to add to misery the battery is troubled, the unremovable type, and its ribbon cable already got cut off going to the phone MB
    and not so sure can reconnect it again..

    so can still be possible we do the flash just by charger plugged in ?
    03-30-2022 10:28 PM
  9. Laura Knotek's Avatar
    It's just like one tiny thing in the middle of sea from the Asia products, mainly China:
    ASUS Zenfone 2, or 3 can't really be sure

    to add to misery the battery is troubled, the unremovable type, and its ribbon cable already got cut off going to the phone MB
    and not so sure can reconnect it again..

    so can still be possible we do the flash just by charger plugged in ?
    It sounds like it's too badly damaged to be worthwhile repairing, and it probably has such damaged hardware that software cannot fix it.
    B. Diddy and mustang7757 like this.
    03-30-2022 11:06 PM
  10. Mooncatt's Avatar
    to add to misery the battery is troubled, the unremovable type, and its ribbon cable already got cut off going to the phone MB
    and not so sure can reconnect it again..

    so can still be possible we do the flash just by charger plugged in ?
    Are you saying the phone no longer powers on due to a dead battery that won't charge. The fact that it is physically damaged would mean not worth the risk trying to flash the firmware. Heck, that broken cable could be the reason for the bootloop. A bootloop can be caused by many different problems.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    03-31-2022 02:33 AM

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