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No he bricked the device only way is flash the working firmware again have a look at this video https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M45u5I1dr4Y


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First wipe the Dalvik cache, then reboot. If that doesn't work, wipe the cache too. If clearing cache is not working: Backup your device's system partition with adb pull /system Backup the data partition with adb pull /data Or use adb backup -apk -shared -all -f something.ab After that do a factory reset and restore the backup afterwards.


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You can find a launcher on the Google Play Store and remotely install it that way. Then reboot the phone after it installs. Once the phone reboots it should prompt you to pick a launcher and then you can go from there. So for instance if you want the Google Launcher. Then click on the Install button and select the device. As long as the device is online ...


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Following Steps to run scripts at boot time. (Required adb) adb root adb remount adb pull /init.rc edit init.rc add line for execute script like sh test.sh adb push init.rc / adb shell chmod 755 init.rc adb reboot it work for me. i hope this help you.


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Sigh. You are bricked. Not an easy fix. You have options, though.: Flash the stock ROM via PC, and see if it is a soft brick. If that works, you'll be at step 1 again, but that's better than a unusable phone. This is assuming you can aaccess a mode to flash ROMS via PC. 1.5. Make a USB jig (look up one, it varies on device). Use it, and it will make option ...


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there is a simple method to add init.d support to any rooted android for versions 4.0 and above ,google made a script that runs at boot as superuser the script is install-recovery.shit is used to reflash stock recovery at every boot they thought it was a good security to prevent custom recoveries but it opened a new hole that can be exploited by users to ...


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This requires you to flash a zip but then you can put your scripts in /system/etc/startup and then they should automatically start up with the phone. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2664645 Also from my comment under the question. I tried looking in my history but I couldn't find the link where people were claiming that CM had their own ...


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Edit: I saw end off post, This one way, I will try to add without apps ASAP (not home, publishing using mobile), but you can use this, if anything other does not work. You can try using app called Tasker. It costs 3.29$ and require root access but it can run Shell scripts. Also, it have Trial version so you can try before buying. First create Task. Go to ...


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Root your phone with Kingo root. Use a root browser, like ES File Explorer, to find the the file (probably mp3, ogg, or wav) and rename it to have .bak on the end. Paste your sound in the same spot and name it what the original used to be. The file could be under /system/media/audio/ui or under/etc/ called something obvious like PowerOn.mp3. I'm not ...


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If your phone is not starting anyway try performing hard reset using hardware buttons Performing a factory reset using hardware buttons Note: All your data will be lost. If you can’t turn HTC Desire 700 on or access settings, you can still perform a factory reset by using the hardware buttons on HTC Desire 700. Important: The Fast boot option in ...


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The only thing similar to this that I can think of is device encryption, it's built in to the settings panel. Every time you power on your phone, you are required to enter a pass-code, that you created. If you forget it, it will be more difficult to get back into your phone How To Go to settings Click Security Under the Encryption group, hit Encrypt ...



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