Phone turns on, Huawei Logo comes up, then blackness...Support

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  1. Sanzenbacher

    Sanzenbacher Active Member

    Yet I can still hear the sounds. Like when I press the volume buttons or the four buttons on the bottom. I know I was overzealous in my deleting of bloatware, and must have deleted something necessary.

    Is there anyway I can fix this? I've tried doing the reset, but cannot since it was rooted and I had CWM on it.

    I swore I had made a backup in Titanium but I suppose not. Is there a way of fixing this by plugging it into my PC and resetting the root or sd card or data?

    Like would someone be able to send me a good copy of theirs in .rar format or something?

    Any and all help appreciated:).

  2. danprints

    danprints Member

    my phone is doing the same thing by getting stuck one the huawei logo, but my phone is not rooted and it wont even registeron my computer, doesnt even show what drive its on. help i was told to hook it up to my computer and download a stock rom to it.
  3. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon VIP Member

    Since you were rooted prior to this happening you should be able to use this to flash back to stock:
    Flash your M865 Ascend II back to Stock - PlayfulDroidz Wiki
    You will lose all your data info on the phone:(
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  4. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon VIP Member

    Have you tried pulling the battery-put it back in-hold in both the volume keys while also holding the power button down for roughly 10 seconds:confused:
    Does it boot into recovery for you:confused:
  5. Sanzenbacher

    Sanzenbacher Active Member

    I'd be able to put the files on the SD card via a SD card adapter for my PC, as opposed to hooking up the phone to my PC via USB, right?

    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT: Oh, also, I had rooted the phone. I cannot remember whether or not it would stay rooted, or I would have to root it again. I thought I read somewhere that once you root a phone, it's rooted no matter what, but I could simply be imagining things (I tend to do that). :alberteinstein:
  6. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon VIP Member

    The CPU would be the best best I think. You still need to
    Which would be easier to do on the CPU.
    Rebuilt my Ascend (1) from Huawei boot screen to CM7 that way.
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  7. Sanzenbacher

    Sanzenbacher Active Member

    Alright. Well, you've been a big help. Thanks. I did end up having to use the SD card method, just because I couldn't see anything on the screen. It still worked.


    Though now I have another question...
  8. Sanzenbacher

    Sanzenbacher Active Member

    Now, another question.

    I flashed my phone to stock. It remained rooted. I installed a few apps, and have been using it where I find WiFi. If I were to call my cell company and try to get the phone re-activated on my plan, would they somehow delete everything? Or would that only be if I went into a US Cellular store?

    My contract with them is about to end, so if they delete everything, I'll just save myself the trouble, keep my rooted phone, use it as a WiFi device.

    If they can re-activate it just over the phone and don't know about what I have installed on my phone, I'll do it for the few weeks.

  9. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon VIP Member

    When they activate it the phone it should not delete what you have on the phone. If you want to be safe just back up all your contacts to your SD or as you have an active GMail the contacts can be automatically backed that way.
    Any pictures or docs could also be backed up to your computer. Or just pull the SD prior to trying to activate it.
    Glad to here the mission was accomplished:thumb:
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  10. Sanzenbacher

    Sanzenbacher Active Member

    With much thanks to you! :thumbup:

    Still a few snags, but I have talk and text back, and can still get apps and access the web while in a hotspot.

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