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[Q] I was tired and should have waited.. bootloop aftv

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Default [Q] I was tired and should have waited.. bootloop aftv

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I was following the instructions for root and xbmc launcher on the xbmc website. I had read here about another launcher and I recall the instructions saying to uninstall previous xbmc versions which I did.
Problem is there is no xbmc for the xbmc launcher to boot into now as I completed the instructions and forgot to re-install xbmc. yes its late i am really tired...
i can abd into it for maybe a command or 2 before it reboots. I have tried to get into recovery on the device but I must be doing something wrong..
Can anyone help? I don't care if I wipe the whole thing as long as it boots to something.
 
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control alt i seems to only get me to the update failed screen
is there another way into the recovery mode?
 
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control alt i seems to only get me to the update failed screen
is there another way into the recovery mode?
When you see Update Failed press again Alt + Print Screen + i and when restarts press HOME button and you will be in recovery mode.
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Hello

i made the same mistake - i used adbFire and did install the AFTV Firmware - it worked
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