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Known issue. Happens to many users. Try contacting your local official support on the main ASUS site. If you're in India then you may be lucky, ASUS apparently cares about their image there. You may very well get a free replacement phone, since what you have now is basically a hard brick caused by ASUS themselves. I have a…
You really think it's that easy? Mate, I know how to get into recovery, and I wish I could right now. But it's a real hard brick, read the forums. It's happening to many users. And by hard I meant it will NOT enter recovery under any circumstances. Bootloader is the best it can do right now. When trying to enter recovery…
Yeah, the official local support basically told me that they're not going to do anything about it, and that I should pay for the repairs myself. Guess that's just how ASUS treats their customers. Yeah no. I'm not buying an ASUS phone after something like this.
I'm in Russia. It's a widespread issue here, too. Our phones are doing just the same. However, our local support refuses to acknowledge it as an issue, or offer replacements. Not an issue created by the consumer, and not exactly bad luck. Again, many people are reporting it here, too. It just does that after a certain…
I have this issue, and apparently quite a few other people do too We should try to contact ASUS as much as possible everywhere and raise awareness of it, I mean, they owe me a replacement by this point since it's by NO means a user's mistake
The issue is very real. I gave a Max Pro M2 as a Christmas gift to a person a year ago, and now not even a full year later it dies on them after an update. Can't even access recovery, and therefore not sure how to unbrick it. Only one service centre where I live, will be attempting to get any info out of them. I absolutely…