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Old March 30th, 2013, 05:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Motorola XT532 bootloop

Hi, I have a problem with my Motorola XT532 which I've been unable to solve and would really appreciate some help with. A while ago I rooted my phone, simply to increase storage space by creating an extra partition and nothing else. I'm not exactly phone-savvy so I don't really have the ability to tinker with the other aspects of a rooted phone.

Recently I installed Font Installer, and used it to change my font. I then got stuck in a bootloop, which, as I understand from searching around the internet, was caused by a certain default font having been changed to something it shouldn't have been.

At this point, I, idiotically, reset my phone to factory settings and rebooted, after which my phone started up - without any text whatsoever. All buttons which originally had text were blank, so I had no idea what anything said and I couldn't input text (the keyboard was completely blank and nothing showed up if I pressed one of the empty spots), not to mention after a while my phone just went back to the neverending boot screen again.

I would really appreciate some help on this since I'm at a loss on what to do

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