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After hours and hours of complete frustrationfrustration, despair and sheer hopelessness to the point of being convinced my ZTE Max was bricked for good, togood—to my complete surprise, after pressing the power button for a silly amount of time (it seemed to be almost a minute—at least 3045 secs) it came back to life. Like a freakin’ Creature From The Deep!. Yeay.[br]Yeay.
After hours and hours of complete frustrationfrustration, despair and sheer hopelessness to the point of being convinced my ZTE Max was bricked for good, togood—to my complete surprise, after pressing the power button for a silly amount of time (it seemed to be almost a minute—at least 3045 secs) it came back to life. Like a freakin’ Creature From The Deep!. Yeay.[br]Yeay.
 
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No guarantee but it worked for me![br]

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me!
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No guarantee but it worked for me![br]

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me!
 
Humbly Yours, Max[br]
 
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PS: I don’t recall exactly to be fair, but the procedure may have also required holding the other buttonPower Buttons as well for just a few seconds at the beginningwell—for 20-30 seconds.
PS: I don’t recall exactly to be fair, but the procedure may have also required holding the other buttonPower Buttons as well for just a few seconds at the beginningwell—for 20-30 seconds.

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Original post by: Max Williams ,

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After hours and hours of complete frustration and hopelessness to the point of being convinced my ZTE Max was bricked for good, to my complete surprise, after pressing the power button for a silly amount of time (it seemed to be almost a minute—at least 30 secs)  it came back to life.  Like a freakin’ Creature From The Deep!.  Yeay.[br]

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No guarantee but it worked for me![br]

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Humbly Yours,  Max[br]

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PS: I don’t recall to be fair, but the procedure may have also required holding the other button as well for just a few seconds at the beginning.

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