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I had the same problem. Most likely it's the power button problem, where it's always stucked inside, or depressed in. That makes your phone turns on then turns off by itself. I had the same problem. I found this great video on how to fixes it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l_6fwzuIwA
Found the recovery location in /sbin directory.
You have to follow this three steps to recover your device. Hope it helps. First you will need to unlock the device. To do so follow the instructions given at motorola bootloader unclock Now you need to install a custom recovery. Download the recovery image from here. You will need the platform-tools from the Android SDK on your computer. Rename the image ...
Had a similar issue, when battery is high, restarting the phone goes into a boot loop. I wait for the phone to drain out, and then connect it to power source and switch it on at once. The phone now boots fine. I have no idea why it does that though.
You are in a so called "Download Mode". You should hold your power button until your phone reboots.
I suggest you if you still have warranty to bring it back to the store. However you maybe should read this first: Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 Lollipop Update Brick. The Nexus 5 and the Nexus 7 can be bricked in lollipop, and it only can boot to the Google logo. I don't know if this is your problem but it may be a part of your problem. If you update your phone to ...
I managed to solve this situation only by removing the battery. Turns out that most tablet's automatically power on when they're directly connected to an external power source.
Try installing Clean Master. In older version (Not sure about last update) you could select an option to clear RAM when screen was turned off.
It could be a app or setting that Is causing the system to not function or conflicting with it. no harm in trying , worth a try if nothing else works.
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