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Stuck at Boot Logo? Cannot enter recovery? Here is the solution :D


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#1 Tejaswi Rohit

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 10:44 AM

Well, I have seen many people saying they are stuck at the boot logo (Motorola Logo, Apanda Logo etc) after installing CM 6 (any version).

What to do now???? Think think think,ok now stop thinking and start reading .

We can fix your device in 2 min .

Step 1 ---> Download Android SDK from developer.android.com. Extract the sdk on to the root of your harddrive say C:\android-sdk-windows\

Step 2 ---> Download a88.img recovery, that will fix your problem
Download here -------- a88.img

Step 3 ---> Copy that recovery file(a88.img) in android-sdk-tools\tools\

Step 4 ---> Place your phone in Fastboot mode. (Endkey + Vol. down + Power).
It should show "Enter fastboot mode"

Step 5 ---> Open cmd from run. change your directory to android sdk folder.
syntax:::::: cd C:\android-sdk-windows\tools

Step 6 ---> Type in fastboot and flash the recovery with a88.img
(i) syntax::: fastboot flash recovery a88.img
(ii) syntax::: fastboot reboot
Step 7 ---> Remove battery and put it back in then reboot.

Step 8 ---> Yay!!!! your device reboots now

Any doubt leave a comment.

Edited by Tejaswi Rohit, 12 January 2011 - 02:06 PM.


#2 Sharky @ PTNet

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 01:40 PM

You have done a copy/past between threads and the link here is not ok. Here you have the correct one. http://www.mediafire...3eli8t2dnau86pn

Is this recovery compatible with CyanogenMod ROMS? Can we boot in recovery from the system or can we install roms using ROM Manager ?

#3 Tejaswi Rohit

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    ClockworkMod

Posted 12 January 2011 - 02:04 PM

 Sharky @ PTNet, on 12 January 2011 - 01:40 PM, said:

You have done a copy/past between threads and the link here is not ok. Here you have the correct one. http://www.mediafire...3eli8t2dnau86pn

Is this recovery compatible with CyanogenMod ROMS? Can we boot in recovery from the system or can we install roms using ROM Manager ?

This recovery is a better and stable one than the Clockworkmod in case your phone doesn't boot with the clockwork you can use this and boot it up . This recovery boots all the Cyanogenmod Roms, Stock Roms, and other custom roms.

#4 Sharky @ PTNet

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 02:59 PM

That recovery dont resolve my stuck on boot problem.
In my case I can divide the stuck problem in 2 situations.

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1st - shutdown the phone and then turn it on in recovery mode:
  
    -> if recovery = clockwork 2.5.1.0 then I can enter recovery mode
    -> if recovery > clockwork 2.5.1.0 then my phone gets stuck in "enter recovery mode" and nothing happen

NOTE: with your a88.img I get the same situation if I use recovery 2.5.1.0


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2nd - shutdown the phone and then turn it on:

    -> stuck on boot with all recoverys I have tested (included a88.img)

NOTE:
    There are two ways I can boot the phone:
  
    1st - I enter recovery mode and reboot the phone from the recovery menu
    2nd - With the phone connected with usb cable (and stuck on the logo) I remove the battery and put it again then the phone starts to boot normaly


#5 Tejaswi Rohit

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 03:29 PM

 Sharky @ PTNet, on 12 January 2011 - 02:59 PM, said:

That recovery dont resolve my stuck on boot problem.
In my case I can divide the stuck problem in 2 situations.


You didn't mention if you are using 2.5.1.0 or >2.5.1.0.



This a88.img should make your phone boot normally or else you can enter the recovery mode and click reboot phone then it will. Till now this recovery has never failed.

Edited by Tejaswi Rohit, 12 January 2011 - 03:30 PM.


#6 Sharky @ PTNet

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 03:43 PM

Dont work with my phone :-(

I have an Optimus Boston (clone from comitiva z71) and I am using clockwork 2.5.1.0. Any other recovery >2.5.1.0 I canot boot my phone in recovery mode.

#7 Tejaswi Rohit

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 04:16 PM

 Sharky @ PTNet, on 12 January 2011 - 03:43 PM, said:

Dont work with my phone :-(

I have an Optimus Boston (clone from comitiva z71) and I am using clockwork 2.5.1.0. Any other recovery >2.5.1.0 I canot boot my phone in recovery mode.

Ok, I really dunno what's wrong with your phone, I will just try clockwork and a88 recovery  with my device and tell you. I suggest you to upgrade to the official Android 2.2 by Apanda it is way stable than Cyanogenmod and no booting problems.

#8 Tejaswi Rohit

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Posted 12 January 2011 - 06:16 PM

 Tejaswi Rohit, on 12 January 2011 - 04:16 PM, said:

Ok, I really dunno what's wrong with your phone, I will just try clockwork and a88 recovery  with my device and tell you. I suggest you to upgrade to the official Android 2.2 by Apanda it is way stable than Cyanogenmod and no booting problems.
I tried both clockwork and a88 recovery again. I had no success with clockwork (2.5.1.3). Then I flashed a88.img rebooted phone  using fastboot and then removed the battery once the normal logo came. I waited for 5 seconds and then put back the battery, then I pressed the cam + vol. up + power till the phone just vibrated then left all the buttons and waited for 10 seconds, the device entered recovery menu. :)