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If you have been waiting an excessive amount of time for your phone to boot (eg. leaving it overnight to boot) but it is still at the boot animation, you may be in bootloop. This is when the phone fails to boot due to some errors in the /system partition. As a preliminary measurement, you should perform a factory reset (or wipe /data) to see if that helps. ...


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That was my post (actually, with the JB update, rooting got even easier) – so maybe I can help you a second time: Initial note: IMPORTANT: Unlocking the bootloader on the O4X only works with Firmware V20 (approved for V20A and V20B; as OP hjust upgraded using the official tools, most likely V20C works as well). To check what firmware you're on, go to ...


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Direct from TWRP website, copied word for word. I am posting this for reference and nothing else. Password protecting TWRP (lockscreen) 've had people ask enough for a protected TWRP that I'm creating this page as a response so I don't have to retype. If you're seeing this page, you're probably asking, "Why doesn't TWRP offer password protection?" You ...


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There is nothing to worry. Please follow the steps mentioned in this Android Enthusiasts answer. You just have to flash the images properly. Do a factory reset using the recovery mode. Volume Down + Power Bootloader screen will be visible Go to Recovery Power + Volume up key (few seconds) and then let go of the Volume up key, but keep pressing Power ...


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The initial input is read by the bootloader to see which partition to boot. Vol- will trigger bootloader, while no input will trigger ROM partition. The bootloader is initially installed by your OEM. No matter what version of Android you have, you still have the same bootloader until you either update your bootloader or install a custom bootloader. The OEM ...


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You bricked your device. You could try reformatting with recovery and finding the factory image for your device, then flashing via recovery from SD card (does it take one?) twrp has and always will suck, in my opinion.


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I was trying to enter the bootloader with the USB cable plugged in. Once I unplugged the USB cable and held power + Vol Up + Vol Down it booted into bootloader and I was able to get fastboot connected.



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