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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by 2nd_gemini, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. 2nd_gemini

    2nd_gemini Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Hey all!

    I have a HTC Incredible 2 with 2.3.4 installed. My phone is NOT rooted and is running LauncherPro. Yesterday, I left my phone on the couch to go for a run, and when I came back, the screen was on and the only thing I could see was the status bar and the "Slide to Unlock" bar. The phone was unresponsive even after I pulled the battery out. I believe the problem is with LauncherPro since I am able to answer the phone when someone calls but nothing else. I already took the phone into Verizon, and they are shipping me another one. Is there any way I can access my pictures and music that I have on the phone? I think a factory reset would "fix" all my problems, but I would lose all my data.


  2. B2L

    B2L Android Expert

    I'm not quite sure if this will work with stock Android. (My memory is bad, and haven't had the stock recovery in a long time.) My suggestion would be to turn off your device, and boot the phone into the bootloader interface. You can do this by holding volume down and power, until it boots into the bootloader. Select recovery, and mount the sd card.

    Once the SD card is mounted you can take any pictures, and music off of your device.

    I'll move this post to the Incredible 2 forum just in case my suggestion doesn't work.
  3. 2nd_gemini

    2nd_gemini Lurker
    Thread Starter

    I gave that a try, but the only thing that happened after I selected Recovery was an image of a phone with a triangle and exclamation point in it popped up. Not really sure what that means..
  4. 2nd_gemini

    2nd_gemini Lurker
    Thread Starter

    After confirming that my phone would not start up and that my pictures were on my SD card, I did a factory reset to see if the problem was simply a software issue. I was able to set up my accounts and activate the phone, but after that, Sense crashed and I am back where I started. However, I found out before my phone crashed that my contacts were in fact backed up. With that in mind, I am ready to get my replacement phone tomorrow. All is well with the world.
  5. VoidedSaint

    VoidedSaint Resident Ninja

    pictures and music is on your sdcard, just replace the sd card into your new inc2

    are your contacts backed up with google? if so everytime you add a number to your contacts, google backs it up on the servers, and once you activate your new phone, all your numbers start appearing.

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