Stupid me just bricked my MID7127

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  1. The_Kwa

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    DON'T CHANGE YOUR SYSTEM/APP FOLDER!

    it will brick your tablet! (i got lucky and after hours of bootlooping, it magically booted up)




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    theres a member in the other forum trying to help you
     
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    Log in here?

    i posted here, that link, and on XDA. i've been watching all of them. if there's another one, lmk please.
     
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    i was told i can delete apps through adb while bootlooping. trying that now....
     
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    Telechips Android has some sort of recovery that replaces modified system files while booting, so it's not a good idea to modify system files unless you know exactlly what you're doing...
     
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    Read OP, i got lucky and it more or less fixed itself. used Root Explorer to undo what caused the problem.

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