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How to fix Redmi A2+ (System Destroyed) [Fastboot Mode] -2023

How to fix Redmi A2+ (System Destroyed) using vbmeta_a.bin or vbmeta_b.bin

The Redmi A2+ is a budget smartphone that was released by Xiaomi in 2023. It is a popular device, but it has been known to experience some software problems. One common problem is that the system can become corrupted, which can render the phone unusable.

If your Redmi A2+ is experiencing this problem, there is a way to fix it using vbmeta_a.bin or vbmeta_b.bin. These files are part of the Android Verified Boot (AVB) system, and they are used to verify the integrity of the system partition.

To fix your Redmi A2+ using vbmeta_a.bin or vbmeta_b.bin, you will need to download the appropriate file from the internet. Once you have downloaded the file, you will need to flash it to your device using a fastboot tool.

How to use it?

  1. Download the appropriate vbmeta file from the below link.
  2. Extract the vbmeta file to your computer.
  3. Boot your Redmi A2+ into fastboot mode.
  4. Connect your Redmi A2+ to your computer using a USB cable.
  5. Open a command prompt window or use the Minimal ADB Fastboot Tool.
  6. Navigate to the directory where you extracted the vbmeta file.
  7. Type the following command and press Enter:👇
fastboot flash vbmeta vbmeta.img
  1. Replace vbmeta.img with the name of the vbmeta file that you downloaded.
  2. Wait for the command to finish executing.
  3. Once the command has finished executing, reboot your Redmi A2+.

Your Redmi A2+ should now be working properly.

Note: If you are not comfortable flashing files to your device, you can take it to a qualified technician to have it done for you.

Download Link

  • Redmi A2+ (System Destroyed) Vbmeta.bin File || Download

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