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unable to boot in system,recovery.unable to install firmware,it automatically launch bootloader

Asked: Dec 09 2020 | 1:27 am EST 565 Views 3 Answers

the error text are

RECOVERY IS NOT SEANDROID ENFORCING

Set Warranty Bit : recovery ODIN MODE (HIGH SPEED)

PRODUCT NAME:SM-T385 CURRENT BINNY: Duston

FRP LOCK: OFF

OEM LOCK: OFF

KG STATUS: Checking

WARRANTY VOID: M ( QUALCOMM SECUREBOOT: ENABLE (CSB)

RP SWREV: S1, T1, RI, A3, P

RP SWREV: K 2 S2 SECURE DOWNLOAD : ENABLE

ERROR: Cannot validate Device Tree Table

Can't get fdt

download mode II


More Answers

4,224
Dec 09 2020 | 3:29 am EST VidJunky

It sounds like you rooted this device. You might try looking at XDA Developers website. They talk about root and modified devices a lot more there and I'm sure they familiar with ODIN and may have better faster answers for being stuck in the bootloader.

44,552
Dec 09 2020 | 4:44 pm EST Rukbat

Try flashing the stock ROM first, so you're starting from a known point. (The "warranty void" message won't stop - that's a fuse and once blown it can never become "unblown".) If you have to root, follow the recommendations on XDA. (Since it's probably running at least Android 7, you should be able to root it with Magisk.)