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  1. jakea

    jakea New Member

    I rooted my HTC One recently using this tutorial: How to Root the HTC One (International, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile) - YouTube

    It was working fine for a while, but then I'm not sure what I did but when I turned my phone on it was stuck on the HTC logo.. It has been stuck like this for about half an hour now. I'm not sure what to do, I've tried holding the power button, nothing happened. Trying to stay calm but I'm really worried I've screwed up my phone. Any support would be appreciated!! Thanks

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  2. hawkwind212

    hawkwind212 Active Member

    You may have a soft brick which just require you to refresh your phone again. Usually people get a hard brick when they're stuck on a process during middle of the flashing process. You've already done flashing your ROM, and you're just turning your phone on. It stuck on log in symbol which is call boot loop (all this terminology). You shouldn't hard brick your phone by pulling out the battery and get back to the recovery mode. To make sure, plug into the computer and see if it recognize your phone.
  3. jakea

    jakea New Member

    I've tried connecting it to my computer and it doesn't recognise it, I can't take the battery out because you can't get it out.
  4. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    You'll need to hold the power button for a long time eventually the soft keys will blink,and it will reset. When it turns off to reboot,start holding vol down and you should be able to fix the issue.

    We need more info on what happened prior to the non-boot situation. Had you tried to flash a Rom? Unfortunately,"no idea what I did" does not give us an obvious clue to the issue,and therefore its difficult to offer a solution without going thru a long list of possabilities
  5. hawkwind212

    hawkwind212 Active Member

    Hope you solved the problem, was going to ask you if you have a window machine. If you do, plug in your phone, and go to the device manager, see what kind of driver it uses with your phone. If you get anything other than qhsusb_dload, then you're okay.
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