HOW TO REPAIR HP VIVO BOOTLOOP

HOW TO REPAIR HP VIVO BOOTLOOP

Bootloop is a problem that occurs due to damage to the software / software in this case we often hear as firmware, causing system failure.

Although it can also be caused by hardware damage (eMMC). The signs vary according to the degree of the damage itself. For example, lag on the main menu screen and cannot be operated, stops at the logo animation when the new cellphone is turned on. And here we will give some tips on how to fix Vivo bootloop.

How to Overcome Vivo Hp that is stuck on the logo:

Clear System Cache

Clearing cache files on the system and Android smartphone memory is the easiest way to do if the Android bootloop problem occurs on your Vivo phone. Where Recovery Mode is the most frequently used way to clean cache files on the Android phone system. However, please note that to enter Recovery Mode, each type of cellphone has a different method. And here we will give one way.

How to Enter Android Phone Recovery Mode:

  1. Prepare a battery power condition of at least 50% so that it doesn’t stop because it runs out of battery power.
  2. Press the “Power + Volume Down” button simultaneously for a few moments until the phone LOGO appears.
  3. Release the two buttons that were pressed earlier, then we will be taken to the Recovery Mode menu option.
  4. Select the “Advanced” menu and continue by selecting “Wipe-Dalvik Cache”.
  5. Then select the “Mounts & Storage” menu again, then select the “Wipe / Cache” option. Finished.
HOW TO REPAIR HP VIVO BOOTLOOP

Wipe Cache Partition

The following method is the method used if the bootloop problem you are experiencing is a medium or medium type bootloop, namely Wipe Cache Partition. Actually the method is not much different from the first method, it’s just that this method aims to clean cache files on the memory partition.

To do this, here are the steps:

  1. Prepare a battery power condition of at least 50% so that it doesn’t stop because it runs out of battery power.
  2. Press the “Power + Volume Down” button simultaneously for a few moments until the phone LOGO appears.
  3. Release the two buttons that were pressed earlier, then we will be taken to the Recovery Mode menu option.
  4. Then select the “Wipe Cache Partition” menu and when a confirmation message appears, we just select “Yes”
  5. Finished.

Factory Reset / Wipe Data

This third method is a follow-up step if the second method doesn’t work. Wipe Data or Factory Reset (Hard Reset) is a step that needs to be done if the cellphone is completely dead. And this bootloop problem is included in the heavy type bootloop (hard bootloop).

But before doing a Factory Reset, first backup all files stored in internal and external memory.

HOW TO FIX HP VIVO BOOTLOOP

How to Wipe Data / Factory Reset Vivo (V5):

  1. Prepare a battery power condition of at least 50% so that it doesn’t stop because it runs out of battery power.
  2. Press the “Power + Volume Down” button simultaneously for a few moments until the phone LOGO appears.
  3. Release the two buttons that were pressed earlier, then we will be taken to the Recovery Mode menu option and select boot.
  4. For operation, you can use the volume buttons on the side for navigation and the power button to confirm the selection.
  5. Look for the wipe data / factory reset option then confirm by pressing the power button.
  6. Then select “Yes, delete All user data”, then confirm by pressing the power button.
  7. Wait a few moments until the Vivo system data wipe process is complete
  8. If so, select Reboot System to complete the Vivo hard reset process.
  9. Then the phone will restart by itself. After that please do the settings on your cellphone.
  10. Finished.

Flashing / Re-Flash

This step is an alternative to overcome some software problems / or damage to your Vivo cellphone. Bootloop, totally dead, often restarts, lags, slows down, gets a virus and many more that can be overcome with the re-flash method.

  1. Download and install the Qualcomm Driver USB Driver.
  2. Next, please download and install QFIL, once downloaded, please extract it on your computer and right click, “Run as administrator”
  3. Next, don’t forget to download the firmware. To download the firmware, make sure it is adjusted to the type of your Vivo cellphone, (required).
  4. Extract the Vivo firmware that you have downloaded. Then we move on to the QFIL that you opened earlier,
  5. The next step, click on the Browse tab, navigate to the Vivo QFIL Firmware extracted folder earlier, look for the image with the prog_emmc.mbn extension.
  6. Then click the download button.
  7. Connect your Vivo smartphone in the off condition.
  8. If detected / Install USB Driver is successful then the flashing process will run for about 10 minutes.
  9. Then after the flash process is complete your smartphone will reboot automatically.

So, those are some ways to fix Vivo Bootloop cellphone that we can share with you. May be useful.