This is a tutorial on how to solve/fix a Tecno or iTel Smartphone Bricked, Boot loop, Power on Stuck, Failed Start and Jammed errors. And yes, the above problems are very common well as no one can exactly tell that such or the other is the cause apart from speculations. Regardless of which iTel or Tecno smartphone model and version you may be having for example the Y4/Y3/H5/H7/D Series and others for as long as you have either encountered or soon to encounter the above errors, reading this post might help you learn what you can do just in case, and or how you can go about solving it since I have shared some of the possible DIY alternatives you can try out.
After using the Tecno H7 smartphone for some good months, a day came when it failed to start – I mean to power on however much I tried and retried. Yes, it could attempt powering on and then would stuck, jam and stop at the word Tecno on its display. This couldn’t go off not until I would plug the battery off and put it back. For sure, this made me think more than you could imagine and I had to call a friend for help.
The friend I called owns an iTel smart-phone, and which also went through the same situation like mine. He shared with me how he had to pay for a new engine after CarlCare announced his device dead. A double pay for a same device. He was told how the warranty never covered what the cause was since there are some limits with regard. How about checking out what I did below in case you are having the same problem?
Back to the point, there are so many reasons as to why your Tecno or iTel smart-phone may get bricked or go in boot loop. One of them may be due to power problems for example forcing your device to start on a low battery percentage. This is common almost on all other original and non original devices including Samsungs, Nokias, Lumias, Sony Ericsons and others. The second cause may be related to the phone hardware or even a corrupted file under software. And nevertheless, an attempt to try to fix the problem by your own self might help you out.
Below are the different alternative DIY solutions for the above errors.
#1 – Remove the battery and put it again. Try to power on your device and see. If that fails, then go to step two below.
#2 – Using the Vol+ key, hold it with the power key. Don’t release them until something appears on your screen and which is usually a recovery menu showing in white. Select Recovery mode and press Vol- keys and see what it does. Depending on your device, you might see some other lists in the menu like Normal boot, Fast boot, format and others. Do select one by one and waiting until the device boots. If successful, you are done but if not, go to step three below.
#3 – Use a computer and flash your device. You can contact a software phone technician and see if it works. In case the above all fails, you might consider buying a new engine from the service center or even a new phone. Please note that you should use the above if your smartphone warranty is nolonger valid.