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Root Flashed gingerbread rom on phone with >20% batt, please help.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Yonkers, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. Yonkers

    Yonkers New Member
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    I'm really sorry to bother everyone with something like this, as new as I am to this I knew beforehand this was root 101 and completely forgot about it as I was putting gingerbread on my phone.

    Right now, my phone just has the word android in the middle of it and a black screen behind it, and keeps repeating this every 30 seconds to a minute. I'm honestly not sure how to fix it or if it even can be fixed, if anybody could help a bit though, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks ahead of time.

    Edit: Also, I did look around before posting this and all I found was the PSA on these forums to not flash roms with low battery, figured I should mention.
     

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  2. Jeffery

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    You mean <20% I assume.

    Try charging the phone with your AC charger. Then unplug the charger and pull the battery. Now replace the battery and try booting into recovery holding X +power button. If you can get into recovery you may be able to reflash a ROM.

    I've never had this problem and I am not sure this is the correct procedure. It's just what I would try first if I was in your situation.

    Good luck :)
     
  3. Yonkers

    Yonkers New Member
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    Thank you for the response. I did try everything and still no go, so I'm not sure what's next. I'm sure it doesn't make any difference but for future reference it's an EVO.
    Would a wipe do anything or just leave me with an empty phone in addition to everything else?
     
  4. Jeffery

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    You are in the Motorola Original Droid section of androidforums, maybe you could look at the "all things root" section for the specific EVO you have.

    I included the links to the EVO's:

    HTC EVO 3D
    HTC EVO 4G
    HTC EVO Shift 4G
     
  5. Yonkers

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    I'm really on today, thanks again for the help. I really do appreciate it. Sorry for all the mess up.
     
  6. Jeffery

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    No problem and again good luck, I hope someone can help you solve your problem.
     

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