AndyCr15

Factory Reset - Now Bootloop

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So I was using a cooked MCR ROM, but wanted to factory reset to start fresh. I went into the bootloader and selected factory reset and now it loops the boot animation over and over.

I've tried different ROM's, I've re-partitioned the SD (at one point I was seeing errors about not being able to access Apps2SD) and each ROM will boot up, take a long while on the first animation and then loop itself afterwards.

This isn't a normal boot loop, it doesn't actually reboot, just loop the animation.

Any ideas?

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So I was using a cooked MCR ROM, but wanted to factory reset to start fresh. I went into the bootloader and selected factory reset and now it loops the boot animation over and over.

I've tried different ROM's, I've re-partitioned the SD (at one point I was seeing errors about not being able to access Apps2SD) and each ROM will boot up, take a long while on the first animation and then loop itself afterwards.

This isn't a normal boot loop, it doesn't actually reboot, just loop the animation.

Any ideas?

Tried reflashing? I was also having boot loops after debranding and flashing MCR r2. However, it went totally well on my other Desire HD where I did exactly the same. After a wipe (from clockwork recovery) and reflash it booted properly.

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So I was using a cooked MCR ROM, but wanted to factory reset to start fresh. I went into the bootloader and selected factory reset and now it loops the boot animation over and over.

I've tried different ROM's, I've re-partitioned the SD (at one point I was seeing errors about not being able to access Apps2SD) and each ROM will boot up, take a long while on the first animation and then loop itself afterwards.

This isn't a normal boot loop, it doesn't actually reboot, just loop the animation.

Any ideas?

boot into clockworks recovery

do a full wipe of data and cace. then re-install the rom

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I did data and cache, it turns out I needed to format boot and system too... worked after that :unsure: Thanks.

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