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You should try this: go to Settings → Mobile network settings → Access point names → click the dots on the upper right hand corner → select Reset to default.


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I had the same problem while upgrading to CM13 from CM12.1. You can solve this problem without deleting your database files and therefore losing data as suggested in the other answers. The culprit seems to be broken database onUpgrade code in the TelephonyProvider of CM. The ppp_number column of the carriers table does not exists, but the upgrade code ...


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It seems that Google put the wrong drivers in their drivers web page for Nexus 10 for Android 4.3 (JWR66Y). You can get the correct drivers from this page. For more details, see this post.


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To solve this boot loop issue, start by flashing this kernel via FlashTool, switching your phone into fastboot mode. The best is to follow the original guide I guess. Then, you can follow this tutorial to install a custom .zip file ROM again, allowing your phone to boot again. You might need to upload the .zip file directly onto your SD card. I hope this ...


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Current Situation I am afraid you have messed up things in a big way by flashing a ROM not meant for the device ,see this to get more understanding Can I install a ROM made for a different device? Also surprised that you were actually able to successfully install CM meant for another device I am not conversant with "dd" commands, but the probable reason it ...


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I got the update (with system.img) from the Google site. The problem is fixed now - so much time wasted. First I wrote an update.zip file that formatted the system partition (to fix the corruption) & write out the files in system.img. That seemed to work, but my tablet would only boot to Recovery. I suspect the formatting - perhaps a boot flag was ...


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If you are unable to get in to an adb shell or remove the directory from your phone because it is unusable you can also remove the directory from whitin TWRP recovery.


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Source: Factory Resettin an Android Device from a Computer Step 7 Turn on your Android phone and connect it to a USB port on your computer. Type “adb shell” and press “Enter.” When ADB connects to your device, type “--wipe_data” and press “Enter.” Your phone restarts in recovery mode and restores Android to factory settings. But judging from your ...


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The arguments which may be supplied in the recovery.command file: * --send_intent=anystring - write the text out to recovery.intent * --update_package=path - verify install an OTA package file * --wipe_data - erase user data (and cache), then reboot * --wipe_cache - wipe cache (but not user data), then reboot * ...


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You can try this while the phones is on. (You MUST have USB debugging enabled and authorized) adb shell recovery --wipe_data


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No. You can't delete a system while it is running. It is like trying to delete C:\Windows\System32 while Windows is running. If you have root, you could, by using a specific command line in a terminal (I don't exactly remember), program the stock recovery to flash your custom ROM on the next reboot (like done when doing OTA updates). RUU (ROM Update ...


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You'll need to boot into the bootloader, and if not already done flash a custom recovery (ClockworkMod or TWRP). After that boot into recovery from the bootloader. In your custom recovery, you should have the option to flash a package. Use your favorite custom ROM or your stock ROM as flash package and flash it. If it succeeds and you haven't deleted your ...



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