Root Evo Shift Stuck in HTC boot screen after installing Cyanogen 7.2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rgates, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. rgates

    rgates Member
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    Hey guys im having trouble with an evo shift. It is rooted through htcdev, it has clockwork as the recovery image and I was attempting to put cyanogen 7.2 on it. I wiped data, cache, system, and even reformatted the sd card. It will boot into the htc screen and stays there indef. No cyanogen splash or rebooting. When I installed cyanogen on the htc evo 4g I used superwipe before I installed cyanogen and it was fine. I can’t use superwipe on the shift because its not compatible. Ive done a lot of researching and found nothing.:thinking:
     

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  2. turkbot

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    S on root through htcdev your gunna have to adb push your boot image from the rom
     
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  3. rgates

    rgates Member
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    Well I ran into another problem with it, for some reason I cant get an adb connection to push the boot.img. Under my device manager it says Android 1.0 with exclamation so I tried doing a driver install using this method I found here. And now it says the driver hash is missing or not specified.

     
  4. rgates

    rgates Member
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    SOLVED : I flashed the boot.img of the rom through fastboot and bam done.(fastboot flash boot boot.img)
     
  5. turkbot

    turkbot Active Member
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    Glad you got it working
     

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