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Stubbornness sometimes pays. Here is what solved the issue for me (and since I did not see this idea anywhere, I'm posting it here): it turns out that the (attempted) backup filled up the internal memory so that there was not enough left to complete the boot process. So I used the file explorer in TWRP 3.0 (Not sure if CWM has one, if not, just flash TWRP) ...


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You didn't provide sufficient information; such as, if the "yellow exclamation mark" shows, but the phones boots up properly, OR, the phone is stuck on the screen showed in the image you posted. Generally, that symbol is used to mark unofficial changes to the phone, as Samsung phones maintain a binary counter related to such unofficial modifications. ...


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Just tell me what happened.... This is not an error, its just a counter. It counts, how often the phone downloads custom binary, for example a root-patch or a custom rom. what are the consequences now???????????? Just nothing, This symbole only shows to the manufacturer, or any repair service, that your warranty is lost(cause you rooted your ...


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First of all, relax. You didn't break it. Absolute worst case scenario is that your battery is completely dead. If you want to do this the easy way, you can always unclip the back of the Nexus 7(just slide a guitar pick in between the screen-half and the rear-half), unplug the battery (carefully) and either find a way to charge it (put it in another ...


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Looking at your issue related to battery and charging (which may not be the sole cause- I am not familiar with Nexus devices) Since you barely used it for an year, it would not have been charged either and the battery could have discharged to very low levels. Li Ion batteries have a protection circuit that kicks in when the discharge falls below a certain ...


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With root access, simply rename, move, or delete the file: /system/media/audio/ui/PowerOn.ogg This solution may work for other Samsung Galaxy models, and perhaps other makes as well, provided the sound file can be located.


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It may just be because your phone cannot handle marshmallow. You have a Nexus 5 (released in 2013), therefore when you bought it, it would have been designed for Kitkat. The phone has now been through two other major os updates (lollipop and marshmallow). Because these updates are designed to work fluently with newer models, older phones are expected to see ...


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Consider doing a full wipe of your tablet. I had this on a Galaxy Tab. Follow those instructions but remember you will lose all your data. Instructions: Turn off your Android Tablet. Press and hold Volume + and Power button. Release Volume + and Power button when you see message on screen. On Android Stomach Repair Logo Screen, press again Volume + and ...


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Try clearing/formatting Cache partition from recovery and than flash a factory image. If it doesn't work, flash a custom recovery and than format the Cache partition and try rebooting your Nexus 7.



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