Root Nasty Boot Loop

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ejchis, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. ejchis

    ejchis Well-Known Member
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    Well nothing I've read has helped me here yet, and one obstacle I have to deal with is that I am not able to read the SD card on my computer to edit. I'm traveling on a work laptop that doesn't have a reader. Am I screwed for the time being?

    I was flashing to DC 3.2, and I came up in a boot loop. I have wiped everything multiple times, I have tried to flash over to clockwork, I have tried flashing DC again. Nothing is working. All I am able to do is pull the battery and get into the system screens. Any help would make me a very, very happy guy.
     

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  2. ejchis

    ejchis Well-Known Member
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    I don't know what changed, but it just hopped past the white screen and is currently showing the 4g screen. I'm holding my breath.
     
  3. ejchis

    ejchis Well-Known Member
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    I'm in. I guess it just needed to try 754 times.
     
  4. junglizste

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    I had this happen after I rooted and was flashing my first ROM. I just booted back into recovery, wiped data/cache and delvik cache and flashed again. I think I didn't wipe everything the first time. It also happened when I rooted... same thing just booted back into recovery and started over.
     
  5. ctpoore413

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    I always keep a fail-safe rootedPC36IMG.zip on the sd card so I can always do the process over again...
     
  6. taiguy

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    I had a boot loop issue as well. Turns out I forgot to clear the cache in addition to wiping all user data. Using DC 3.2.2.1 right now
     
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