it will be pertinent to take these few
advice in order to keep your device secured. It baffles me to see a week old Infinix hot android bricked few days ago by a discourage, defeated and buffeted fellow.
will help you unbrick it if something bad happens. Here’s how to do that across
various Android versions:
On Android 2.3 and below, go to
Settings > Applications > Development. Tick the USB Debugging Checkbox to
On Android 4.0 and 4.1, go to Settings
> Developer Options and enable USB Debugging from there.
On Android 4.2 and above, go to
Settings > About Phone. In this screen, find something called Build number.
Tap on it seven times to unlock Developer Options on your device. Then, follow
the instructions you see after.
device is the full backup of your Android phone which can be restored at any
point of time to bring it back to the same state when it was backed up.
Obviously, when you backup your device, it is not bricked. And when it gets
bricked and you restore the nandroid backup, it is not bricked! To take a
nandroid backup of your device, you need to have a custom recovery like clockworkmod or TWRP. As an extra step of precaution, copy the backup files
to your computer’s hard disk or at any other place you consider safe so that
you don’t end up accidentally deleting them from your sd card.
application not men’t for your Android phone. Ask question before you flash.
Android phone is not Nokia or Blackberry, if you think it is, then ask
==>Finally, there is a particular type of font app that normal brick Android phone, before you install any at all, please ask question if someone has used it before. Its very important before your device will be looking at you like a forgotten toy.
Keep it safe, keep it clean and secure.