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Follow the procedure described on the Google Developer page here to reinstall the whole firmware: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images


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I've did a Google search on rooting your phone and have realized that all the available methods suggest the user to first unlock the bootloader and later root it. Maybe Sony has put some barrier to prevent these kind of situations or maybe this is a failed factory reset. Hence, I suggest you reboot the phone into fastboot mode and do a factory reset. ...


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Following solution worked for me: Take your battery out (needs to be a charged battery). Press and hold the "Home" + "Volume Down" button. While holding them down plug in the battery. This should get you into Recovery mode. Press "Volume Down" button to cancel Recovery and it should reboot your phone. NOTE: If you have a USB charger connected it may ...


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-As you know there are the custom apps which you download from the external source(play store etc) and the standard android apps which come inbuit in the Android OS(You might/ will also have some bloatware) -Now as you disable the custom apps which you download you will get the desired result of free RAM,faster loading,less battery consumption. -But if you ...


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Stability of the operating system and apps is very important. of course, but if these apps running with the rom ? (local application, it means, the company-rom developer install these apps before Publication) With the experienes at this situation, it seems the best way is using Custom Rom with your requirements.if yo can delete these apps from the ...


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Seems Like your Lock/Power Off button might have been stuck. Get it checked or keep constantly pressing it during boot up. Might just help.


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Did you properly change adbd permissions? Look for other files in the same directory with adbd for permissions value. Most probably it will be 644 but be sure. Note: adb is a service and need to be properly run at start so reboot after changing permissions


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Just root your device and type su and but the dump_image binary to any of these /cache/create new folder,/data/create new folder,or /system/create new folder hope it helps.


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Try rebooting in safe mode. After getting the power menu, hold down on power off and choose reboot in safe mode. You could also use adb commands found in this similar thread. If you don't feel comfortable with that, you may have to do a factory reset.



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