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Unisoc T310 / PowerVR GE8300 Device Soft Bricked; DIAG Mode Accessible; Help!

Unisoc T310 / PowerVR GE8300 Device Soft Bricked; DIAG Mode Accessible; Help!

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04-08-2023, 11:58 PM
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Hello,
I have a Whoop Connect Tab8-US2. It has a Unisoc T310 chipset and PowerVR GE8300 graphics. The screen is 8", resolution 1200x720, 3GB Ram. This device is completely identical to the Blackview Tab 6 / Tab 6 Kids. It came with Android 11 preinstalled.

I have soft-bricked the device by flashing a magisk-patched boot image to boot_a. There is no specific recovery partition on the device, only boot_a and boot_b as well as a plethora of other _a and _b partitions. Prior to softbricking the device, I had unlocked the bootloader by following the instructions on this forum. I then successfully flashed a custom GSI rom, but I pushed my luck a little too far by messing with the bootloader.

The device is now rebooting constantly; it shows the Whoop screen for a few seconds, vibrates and reboots. I have been able to get it into DIAG mode using CM2SP2-helper.exe, however none of the other CM2SP* tools are working for me because I do not have their dongle. None of the other softwares from Inifinity Box will even load up. I cannot use CM2SP2-helper to Wipe; it asks for a username and password.

The device shows up in device manager as SPRD DIAG (COM 7) and it is in a powered-off state. I have a backup copy of the boot partition that I took before I flashed the magisk patched one. Can anyone tell me how to use DIAG mode to flash the backup boot image to the device? If that is not possible, what else can I do to get it running again?
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05-08-2023, 12:00 AM
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Hello,
I have a Whoop Connect Tab8-US2. It has a Unisoc T310 chipset and PowerVR GE8300 graphics. The screen is 8", resolution 1200x720, 3GB Ram. This device is completely identical to the Blackview Tab 6 / Tab 6 Kids. It came with Android 11 preinstalled.

I have soft-bricked the device by flashing a magisk-patched boot image to boot_a. There is no specific recovery partition on the device, only boot_a and boot_b as well as a plethora of other _a and _b partitions. Prior to softbricking the device, I had unlocked the bootloader by following the instructions on this forum. I then successfully flashed a custom GSI rom, but I pushed my luck a little too far by messing with the bootloader.

The device is now rebooting constantly; it shows the Whoop screen for a few seconds, vibrates and reboots. I have been able to get it into DIAG mode using CM2SP2-helper.exe, however none of the other CM2SP* tools are working for me because I do not have their dongle. None of the other softwares from Inifinity Box will even load up. I cannot use CM2SP2-helper to Wipe; it asks for a username and password.

The device shows up in device manager as SPRD DIAG (COM 7) and it is in a powered-off state. I have a backup copy of the boot partition that I took before I flashed the magisk patched one. Can anyone tell me how to use DIAG mode to flash the backup boot image to the device? If that is not possible, what else can I do to get it running again?
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10-08-2023, 03:57 PM
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