As far as I remember to restore original partitions, You have to flash MST. But it's rather strange, because my android has rebooted several times with no problems.
Yes, that is what i did, flash a full .mst rom, It restores the partition table. Then i recreate all partitions, should solve the problem, but didn't. Still stucked at Android logo loading.
If you have ubuntu, you could try this
Startup gparted, attach your phone, then gparted (in the menu) --> refresh devices
Now you should see my storage. Remove all partitions and unplug and reboot phone.
Let the phone format your storage if it asks.
Then again plug phone, refresh devices and make your partitions. unplug and reboot phone.
Worked several times wih me.
That is what i've been doing, several times, but does not work.
1) Rewrite partition table, recreate partitions. Partition Tool does not found any error.
2) Then i configure everything, run haret.exe, kernel load and jump to the Android (Loading animation) where it's stucked.
3) Right after reboot, if a plug my phone as usb device, Partition Tool will say that my Fat32 partition is corrupted.
The installation of a new rom will not mess withe the partitions ...
Just try to format them under WinMo ...
If you got something in your MyStorage, and install a new ROM, that data will not be erased ...
Maybe a custom rom, but a full (.mst) erases every thing. And if the partition table was modified, it will recreate the original partition table.
Thanks anyway. I've flashed a .mst rom about 4 times since yesterday, formating and erasing partitions several times.
I'll stop for a while to give a rest for my "MyStorage"