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Every Kernel Causes Bootloop

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rockalance, Dec 25, 2012.

  1. rockalance

    rockalance Member
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    Every kernel I flash causes bootloop. I can't restore from recovery. So I use RUU and the unlock bootloader, then fastboot recovery. Then I'm able to restore my backup. But really all I'm trying to figure out is why every kernel I flash bootloops me. Am I not waiting long enough for it to finally boot? The VM bootscreen and audio jitter and then it reboots. Thanks in advance guys/gals.
     



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  2. riggerman0421

    riggerman0421 Well-Known Member

    What ROM are you trying to install and what kernels have tried? Need a little more info here.
     
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  3. rockalance

    rockalance Member
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    I tried jmz kernel and super sick kernel
     
  4. riggerman0421

    riggerman0421 Well-Known Member

    What ROM are you using and version of the kernel. There versions of both kernels for ICS and Jellybean. Super sick also has different versions for Sense and CM10.
     
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  5. rockalance

    rockalance Member
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    I'm using a stock rom. And I tried the most current versions of both umm I'm unaware that sense for super sick
     
  6. riggerman0421

    riggerman0421 Well-Known Member

    Super sick is built for AOSP based custom ROMs. Look on xda for jmz's ics kennel. It will work on stock. You'll need to flash the zip in recovery, then extract the boot.img from the zip and flash it in fastboot.

    Here's the link.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1844049
     
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  7. rockalance

    rockalance Member
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    I did that one. And got bootloop. Then I have to start from ruu again
     
  8. rockalance

    rockalance Member
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    I guess I'm just scared. Is it possible that the new HTC update is causing this
     
  9. rpdrizzy

    rpdrizzy Member

    The OTA update was causing this problem but since you flashed RUU that problem should be addressed. Make sure you are using the latest RUU for your HTC One V. I had this problem when I flashed my kernel first then the rom (after I had OTA).
     
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  10. rockalance

    rockalance Member
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    Will the ota force itself on my phone?
     
  11. rockalance

    rockalance Member
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    okay so I reran the stock rom. I unchecked automatic updates. I unlocked and rooted and successfully overclocked. Thanks a bunch!
     
  12. rpdrizzy

    rpdrizzy Member

    Glad I could help in some way!
     

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