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  • P8 Lite 2017 PRA-LX1C02B139 bricked

    Hi, I have a P8 Lite 2017 bricked. The device enter into fastboot mode, but not in update mode and recovery. I've tried to unbrick with DC Phoenix method 2, but I get this message:

    Looking for a device in fastboot mode
    Device found: 57UDU17111025954


    Getting IMEI...
    Getting build number...
    Getting model ...
    Getting battery state...
    Getting backdoor info...
    Getting lock state info...
    Getting lock boot info...

    SN:57UDU17111025954
    IMEI:86xxxxxxxxxxxxx8
    IMEI1:000000000000000
    Build number: :PRA-LX1C432B161
    Model: PRA-LX1
    Vendor/Country: Vendor/Country: hw/eu
    Battery state: 3916mv
    OEM lock state info:
    FB LockState: UNLOCKED
    USER LockState: LOCKED
    OEM get bootinfo:
    unlocked


    Process identifier:22104799

    Getting build number...
    Getting base version...
    Getting cust version...
    Getting preload version...

    Erasing ver .. .
    File size: 4.027.721.900 bytes
    Current version(CURVER): Prague_C900_EMUI8.0
    Writing rescue_recovery_kernel partition
    RESCUE_RECOVERY_KERNEL partition update ...OK
    Writing rescue_recovery_ramdisk partition
    RESCUE_RECOVERY_RAMDISK partition update ...OK
    Writing rescue_recovery_vendor partition
    RESCUE_RECOVERY_VENDOR partition update ...OK

    Cannot enter in Recovey mode
    Last edited by vinzzz; 4 days ago.
  • #2

    Then you should try method 3.

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    • #3

      Thank you. Is this firmware correct "Huawei P8 Lite 2017 PRA-LX1 PRA-L11 hw eu HLRCF Prague-L31 8.0.0.402(C432) Firmware 8.0.0 r1 EMUI8.0 05014FFV"?
      Original was PRA-LX1C02B139

      Anyway, I have done a firmware request in the right topic of this forum, so I'll try different ones

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      • #4

        I tried method 3, but I can't find full repair firmware. Where I can download it?

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        • #5

          You should attempt to use any board software available to your phone.

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