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Unable to access to Recovery menu

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Hi ,

i can't access to the recovery menu .

I use the method : volume up button + camera button .

The Droidboot appears with a black line,the green load bar down move .

It's like it frozen at this menu .

Or is there a way to do a full wipe data from the Aio ?

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Perhaps I'm mis-reading your post but to get to recovery it's detailed here :- http://www.modaco.co...m/#entry2125475

otherwise just use "backup & reset" from the settings menu. That'll wipe all your personal data.

Edit :- you also could use fastboot from a command prompt in the c:\sandiego\tools folder :-

fastboot -i 0x8087 erase cache

fastboot -i 0x8087 erase userdata

Please note I've personally not used the above but they should work.

Edited by BlueMoonRising

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Thanks for you reply but i cant enter into the menu .

I see only the droidboot logo ,and the loading bar freeze .

No access to the restore option =/

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If I'm reading you correctly that is what you're supposed to see, just the droidbot with a bar at the bottom. It's not frozen.

Once you're in that screen press the power button down and tap Vol+, then release all buttons again.

It's detailed in http://www.modaco.com/topic/362574-solved-problem-of-screen-flashing-different-colors-after-flashing-updatezip-after-installing-37mb-or-12mb-update-on-xolo-ics-rom/#entry2125475 as said.

Can you post a screen shot? What is it you're actually trying to do?

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it"s all done !

Thanks ;)

You can delete this thread .

Edited by Atlask

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