Friday, February 24, 2017

How to fix the Encryption Unsuccessful error on an MTK Android phone

If you boot your MTK Android (e.g Tecno, Gionee, Infinix, Opsson, Innjoo etc) phone and see:

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"  Encryption Unsuccessful 

Encryption was interrupted and can't complete. As a result, the data on your phone is no longer accessible.
To resume using your phone, you must perform a factory reset. When you set up your phone after the reset, you'll have an opportunity to restore any data that was backed up to your Google account "

Then your /data or /SD card partitions might be corrupted . To resolve this issue, click the "Reset phone" button at the bottom of the message or boot into recovery mode  and select the Wipe data / Factory reset option. You could also wipe cache partition for good measure. If the issue persists then format the SD memory card, slot it back in then reboot the phone .

* Note: If you encounter the mount /data error then read 


If you encounter the mount /data error or error mounting data message in the recovery mode of your MTK Android (e.g Tecno, Gionee, Infinix, Opsson, Innjoo etc) phone then your /data or /SD card partitions might be corrupted.  To fix this, try the methods below:

Format SD card (If there's a slot for it)

* Remove the SD card
* Format the memory card on a PC (FAT32)
* Slot the SD card back in and boot the phone normally
* Switch off then boot into recovery mode
* Re-try the operation

Wipe data & eMMC

* Boot into recovery mode (volume up + power) and select Wipe data / factory reset
* If the above fails, boot into Chinese factory mode (Volume down + power) and select the option with eMMC in its name
* Reboot the phone


If a factory reset in recovery mode fails to fix it, boot into factory mode (volume down + power button). It'll display in Chinese. Select the option which has "eMMC" in its name and wait for it to complete then reboot the phone.

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