I don’t know what happend, I was normally using the phone and at some point it rebooted. Or at least I hoped it was rebooting. It went black on fairphone logo and that’s it.
It never turned on.
I had Lineage 16 installed.
Now I tried to enter in recovery but it stuck at TWRP logo. I entered in fastboot to reinstall the recovery but I get a failure message: “remote flash write failure”
What can I do? I really do not know what to do.
Please any help would be greatly appreciated!
I managed to wipe cache through fastboot, then I could enter twrp and tried to install a backup but now it tells me "failed to mount ‘\system’ " and cannot do anything…
Can anyone reccomend me something?
This is what I thought as well.
And now it is finally dead with no sign of booting up.
It doesn’t go in fastmood mode nor turning up while charging.
It is finally dead. Maybe was an hardware failure… I guess we’ll never know
Indeed, you flashed everything on rpm.
If it doesn’t boot up in fastboot (did you try switching the phone off and on again? Letting it charge in case it has no battery?), then I guess your last resort would be EDL mode.
Though I have zero experience on how it works, so if you manage to sort it out, or if someone knows better than me how to deal with it…
Good luck! Keeping my fingers crossed
Just saw your second post.
Really I have no idea. Does fastboot devices output anything?
You could try shorting the mainboard test points as said in method three:
But I have no idea where they can be on the FP2… And even when you are in EDL mode, I don’t really know what you can do. A community dev did something for Fairphone 3 unbricking, but I can’t remember the same has been made for FP2…
Also, I have no idea why the computer displays some devices as connected when you plug the phone.
I’m unfamiliar with the FP2, but this is probably your phones internal storage exposed through USB.
You should be able to flash it this way.
Probably best use a linux system and dd to flash the images to their corresponding partitions.