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Actually what you did was a Firmware update, not Flashing. Flashing is possible only with specific Hardware and software like Jaf box, Ufs Box, etc.. If you flashing using Jaf or Ufs, you don't need to put the battery, the cable that comes with the Jaf or Ufs has batter connector itself which when connected to the phone will power one in different mode (Not nokia mode as you update your firmware using Nokia Pc suite). Once you've updated the firmware, there's no way to revert it back to the previous state.
Now your problem might be fatal and the only solution is to completely flash it using Jaf or Ufs. In this situation, you better visit a mobile repairing shop or a Service center and get it repaired. The software and hardware cost more than the price of your Handset, so doing yourself is not recommended.
First Flash the Set using 7.36v Software. Click Reboot in normal in Ufs Then set shows insert sim
After this Remove ufs cable Fit the battery This is normal procedure . still this fault persists
Replace Resistors and capacitors In the BSI Path