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Old June 9th, 2011, 11:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone documented the various boot methods for DX2? More specifically, I tended to purge the cache periodically on my DX. But the DX2 seems to have a much more extensive set of boot options. And of course there is no more camera button.

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Old July 18th, 2012, 10:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Has anyone documented the various boot methods for DX2? More specifically, I tended to purge the cache periodically on my DX. But the DX2 seems to have a much more extensive set of boot options. And of course there is no more camera button.
Old thread I happened across while Googling for something, but I'll put an answer up for others stumbling to here.
  • Power down your phone
  • Hold the Volume Down button while holding the Power button and keep holding until you see "Fastboot" at the top
  • The Volume Down button scrolls through the options, the Volume Up selects an option
  • For recovery, scroll down to Android Recovery, then hit Volume Up (if you pass it, keep hitting Volume Down until it comes back around again)
  • When the Android with the triangle shows up, press Volume Up and Volume Down together
  • While in recovery Volume Up and Volume Down scroll, Power button selects
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Also if you are rooted you can install clockwork mod recovery and access cache and dalvik cache to clear them both.
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