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2 Ways To Fix Your Android Phone From Qualcomm Crash Dump Mode

If you are reading this article, then it seems something is wrong with your Android phone running on a Qualcomm-based processor, and it has gone into Qualcomm Crash Dump mode, or into a brick state, making them completely unusable. Something like the Oneplus 8 Pro in the picture below. Don’t worry, there are few ways to fix your phone, and I’m here to discuss them today. So let’s get started.

DISCLAIMER: We are not responsible for any damage or loss to your phone. Proceed at your own risk.

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Fix 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 get your phone into Fast Boot Mode. Different phones have different key combinations to boot into FastBoot mode, I’m listing a few, you can Google Search 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 Power Button + Volume Down + Home / Bixby Button / Volume Up Button
  • Google/Nexus –  Press Power + Volume Down
  • Xiaomi/Redmi/POCO – Press Power Button + Volume Down
  • OPPO/Realme – Press Power Button + Volume Up
  • Vivo/IQOO – Press Power Button + Volume Up
  • Motorola/Lenovo – Press Power Button + Volume Down
  • Asus – Press Power + Volume Down

Once you are in the Fast Boot Mode, you just need to switch modes using the Volume Buttons. Set the Mode to Start and Press Power Key to Start your phone, this will boot the OS and will bring your phone back to normal. (Make sure your phone has enough battery to boot the OS)

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Method 2: Flash Your Phone Using MSM Tool

If the first method didn’t work out then you need to flash your phone using the MSM Tool. Follow these steps to fix your phone:

  • Open CMD (Command Prompt) and type the command:
    bcdedit /set testsigning on
  • Restart your computer. A test mode popup at the bottom right of your desktop
  • Download and Install Qualcomm USB Drivers from this link (32/64 bit based on your Windows). Let the software download supported drivers.
  • Google Search and download the MSM Flash File for your Phone model
  • Extract the zip file, and Open the MSMDownloadTool
  • Once the MSMDownloadTool is launched, click on the target and select the region of the ROM you want to download. In the case of European versions, you won’t see the target button.
  • Switch off the phone struck at the Qualcomm Crash Dump Mode, by pressing the Power Button + Volume Up Button for 10 seconds.
  • Press and hold the Volume Up + Volume Down Button only. (Don’t leave the buttons)
  • Click on Enum. You should see your phone as connected. (Don’t leave the buttons)
  • Click on Start.
  • The Progress of the download bar should appear, after it appears then leave the volume buttons.
  • Let the software flash your phone, it will take up to 10 minutes.

Once the process is completed, your phone will boot up, it will take some time to start as 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 fix your bricked phone, to revive back from Qualcomm Crash Dump mode. If the problem still doesn’t get fixed (which is a very rare chance) then you need to visit the service center or get it repaired from a local repair shop.

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