After I root my phone to uninstall some not used apps, my phone failed to reboot and stuck, it seems that I uninstall some system apps by mistake. my phone model is sony Xperia t2 and my android version 5.2 how can I fix that ? note that the power button is not working on my phone


if your phone is still able to display boot logo, that's a good sign that the bootloader wasn't corrupted;I suppose that you accidentally removed a program ("init", "surface flinger", ...) necessary for booting the user space environment.

I guess you're still able to boot into bootloader mode; if so, just load a fresh firmware (a.k.a ROM).

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  • and how to load a firmware ? – Ansam M. Abd El-Rasoul Jan 4 '17 at 19:55
  • There are a lot of tutorials out there, here is one for Xperia T2 Ultra trueandroid.com. Be careful when performing those steps, you can end up with a bricked phone. best of luck!! – EHH Jan 4 '17 at 20:02
  • How are things going for you!! you restored your phone yet!! – EHH Jan 5 '17 at 13:00

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