If you’re reading this article, it looks like something is wrong with your Android phone that’s running a Qualcomm based processor, and it has gone into Qualcomm Crash Dump mode, or is bricked, making it completely unusable. Something like the Oneplus 8 Pro pictured below. Don’t worry, there are quite a few ways to fix your phone, and I’m here to discuss them today. So let’s get started.
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Repair Android phone from Qualcomm Crash Dump mode
Method 1: Boot into FastBoot Mode
One of the easiest ways to fix your phone from Qualcomm Crash Dump is to put your phone into fast boot mode. Different phones have different key combinations to boot into FastBoot mode, I will list a few of them, you can search Google FastBoot with your phone model to get the exact key combination.
- OnePlus – Press and hold Power button + Volume Down + Volume Up (all at the same time)
- Samsung – Press the Power button + Volume Down + Home button / Bixby / Volume Up button
- Google Nexus – Press the power button + volume down
- Xiaomi / Redmi / Poco – Press Power + Volume Down
- Oppo / Realme – Press the power button + volume up
- Mubasher / IQOO – Press the power button + volume up
- Motorola / Lenovo – Press Power + Volume Down
- Asus – Press the power button + volume down
Once you are in fast boot mode, you just need to switch modes using the volume buttons. Set the mode to start And Press the power key To start your phone, this will boot the operating system and will restore your phone to normal. (Make sure your phone has enough battery to run the operating system)
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Method 2: Flash your phone with MSM Tool
If the first method does not work then you need to update your phone using the MSM tool. Follow these steps to fix your phone:
Once the process is complete, your phone will boot up, and it will take some time to start because it is a fresh and first boot. That’s it, you can now set up your phone, as you did when you first got it.
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These methods should help you to fix your broken phone, to revive it from Qualcomm Crash Dump mode. If the problem is not fixed (which is a very rare chance), you need to visit a service center or have it fixed from a local repair shop.
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