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HTC Desire Is stuck in rebooting sequence...

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Andruhevich, Dec 23, 2011.

  1. Andruhevich

    Andruhevich Lurker
    Thread Starter

    HTC Desire
    Android 2.2
    I got ClockworkMod Recovery by Unrevoked Root (using SUROOT guide).
    Then I used his guide to removing bloatware

    I tried once to remove Teeter.apk and it worked fine

    I then went in and removed a hole batch: Facebook, Flickr, Friendstreem, etc.

    I only removed useless crap and didn't touch anything for system. Then it never booted again.
    It does a vibrator buzz, shoes white screen with green HTC for some time, then goes black and loop starts again.

    I can brake the loop by battery poll and get to Hboot by volumedown.
    Please help!

    PS: Merry X-mass

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  2. Tyseyh

    Tyseyh Android Expert

    Quick fix would be restore from Nandroid or Reflash the rom.

    As for a technical explanation, i couldn't tell you, sorry.

    Edit:Just just looked and noticed this isn't in the All things Root thread, are you rooted?

    Edit 2: yes you are rooted.
    Could do with being moved to the right Sub Forum. Might Get more help there.
  3. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    I think the important question is whether you took a nandroid before you started removing stuff? If so you just restore.

    Useless junk may still have dependencies, e.g. removing flickr I seem to recall causes problems with the HTC contacts application. But this sounds a bit severe, unless you removed something more important.

    You won't gain space by removing such apps, so freezing using Ti Backup may be a simpler alternative.
  4. gd123

    gd123 Member

    I'm non rooted and have this problem today as well - phone won't boot and seems to be stuck in a loop between htc screen then t- mobile screen and back to htc.

    Pulled the battery after half an hour or so on about 5 occasions.

    Haven't changed anything although i was getting messages about lack of space - first time i had 2 warnings in notification bar immediately before problem.

    Any help appreciated
  5. Kieloh

    Kieloh Newbie

    Pretty much the same thing happened my phone, while I was in work...
    I believe the phone overheated, Fixed by holding the volume down and powering it on, to go to recovery, and then do a full recovery, not 100% on the exact menu options... but it fixed it for me...

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