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Neverending boot loop

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As the title says. I have tried everything. I have wiped all, and tried a fresh install, and it just loops the bootscreen.

I usually run MCR3.2b5, but have tried some other roms now as well, and the issue persists.

I will post back after I have tried flashing a 2.x rom.

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logcat...?

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Are you able to do a Nandroid restore? You did do a back-up right? :( That's If you can get tot the recovery screen

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It happened from my nandroid backup as well. But I have found the problem now.

It was a bad partition table. After repartitioning all was fine again.

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It happened from my nandroid backup as well. But I have found the problem now.

It was a bad partition table. After repartitioning all was fine again.

How do you fix it? I have the same problem! A neverending Boot ...

- i play a nunbub backup

- i flash a new image

Everytime i wipe cache and dalvik. Furthermore i repartition the sd card!

But everytime my hero boot and boot and boot!

How can i fixx it? Any tip`?

teLLy

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Still getting the boot loop, have tried R3, R4, R5 customed baked with AND without A2SD, have repartitioned my SD card with only a single FAT32 partition now, still no luck.

Have also flashed to latest radio *PU version, I was on OU before that. Anyone got any more ideas? I'm using the stock 2.1 chungwa rom.

HELP

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Is there some log file that I can look at to see what's causing the reboots? Using adb?

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I solved a reboot loop by changing to the recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.3-blade-ext3.img clockwork

I was getting an endless loop with the recovery_clockwork_2.5.1.8_blade.img clockwork

I choose those clockwork files as they support TFT screens

device: - WHITE (GF's!) TFT OSF

after changing clockworkmod version i successfully install japanese jelly r4 and then the new kernel r4 zip too (out-dated now as r5 is out)

a looping boot would have had me crying in my beer (especially as it wasn't my phone) if i hadn't read plenty of threads on modaco.

cheers to all concerned

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