Root Rooted 2.1 keeps force closing sense

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  1. bcltoys

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    Phone started getting slow single went to hell not acting right so i did factory reset now sense keeps force closing in a loop will not stop force closing.
     

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  2. kobel1up

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    What rom are you using? If you are not using Xtrsense you may want to try it out.
     
  3. bcltoys

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    No just the standard 2.1 with superuser did a factory reset now im in and endless loop of sense force closing will not let do nothing. Pulled battery still force closing.
     
  4. kobel1up

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    Ok, if you still have recovery, which you should you will more than likely have to flash a new rom. I would go to recovery, wipe and partition to fat 32. If you don't know how to do that when you use the partition set them to 0. that will put it back to factory, Now I have a usb micro sdcard reader so I just remove the sdcard and place the zip files on the root of the sdcard that way. Then just flash the xtrsense, and enjoy a way better rom then stock.
     
  5. bcltoys

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    It will not let me do nothing but keep hitting force close none of the buttons work. If I do a battery pull the power button will start it back up but after that nothing else works.
     
  6. kobel1up

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    Ok, try this. You say when you put the battery in it starts up by itself, then take the battery out put your fingernail on the vol up button then stick the battery back in. That should get you into recovery. let me know
     
  7. erisuser1

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    Restore a prior Nandroid backup, and then move forward from there.

    You DO have at least one Nandroid backup, right?

    eu1
     
  8. bcltoys

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    That did not work.
     
  9. erisuser1

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    Then do the same thing with Vol-down, and see if you get the bootloader menu; from there, you should be able start the recovery menu. (Vol-Up IIRC).

    Note that you need to be pressing both buttons down, and continuing to hold both of them down, until the screen lights up. (Press the Vol button down before the End/Power button FIRST to avoid starting up a regular boot).

    Again, I'll ask: do you have any Nandroid backups?


    eu1
     
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  10. kobel1up

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    You beat me to it, that was my thought. Some methods of the new roots people had to hold vol down to get to recovery.
     
  11. bcltoys

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    Okay that has got me to android system recovery what do I do now.
     
  12. bcltoys

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    Yes I did do a nandroid back up .
     
  13. kobel1up

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    Go to nand backup restore and then just select nand restore. reboot, but I would wipe first.
     
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  15. erisuser1

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    He can also just try a "wipe data/factory reset" first; that's sort of the same thing as a "factory reset" on a stock phone (without the de-activation of the phone).

    eu1


    PS Nandroid restore does a wipe first before it recovers any file, so a "wipe" is superfluous when doing Nandroid restores.
     
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  16. bcltoys

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    I did not do a wipe but did do the nand restore and that got me back to where I was before. Im going to see what happens before i flash a custom rom. Thank you all very much for the help this place do rock.
     
  17. erisuser1

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    Don't forget the "Thanks" button! (lower RH corner of every post).

    One of these days I'm going to take all my thanks down to the S&H green stamp store and get something really nice with them.

    Wait, what's that? No more green stamps? Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrghhhh :eek:

    eu1
     
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    space alien ;)
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    Or me that I have actually received green stamps in return in my adult life when buying groceries?
     

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