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I finally discovered the solution to this disgusting error message' See the solution on the answer section below.

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  • Turn of your phone 
  • Remove both your SIM card and SD card.
  • After 5 seconds' put them back
  • Now you must wipe cache partition follow the instructions below.

    1. Turn off your Android powered Huawei Y3ii
    2. Press and hold both Volume up and the Power button until it turns on' (Release both buttons as soon as it turns on)
    3. Use the Volume up to scroll to "Recovery" and press the volume down to confirm.
    4. Wait until you see the recovery mode.
    5. Scroll to 'Wipe CACHE Partition' (scroll with Volume Down)
    6. Confirm selection with the Power button
    7. Again, confirm with the Power button
    8. Wait until you see Wiping complete
    9. Short press the Power button to 'Reboot now'.
  • This method work on all Android phone. 

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