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HELP: Stuck at formatting data

1st May 2014, 03:37 PM |#1  
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I just clicked wipe data from stock recovery on nexus 5 and now i am stuck at fomattind data for the past 15 minutes, what should I do?
 
 
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Let it keep going it can take 45 min

Stopping it early can screw things up.

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yeah? it will take that much time to reach format cache?
does it get over faster sometimes?
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yeah? it will take that much time to reach format cache?
does it get over faster sometimes?
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Yes, it can take a lot of time sometimes.. When I did it the first time, it took me about 35 mins.. The next time I did it, it took just 5 mins. The stock recovery and act weird sometimes!

Wait for another 30 mins and if it doesn't complete then only terminate it and perform the wipe again..
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Yes, it can take a lot of time sometimes.. When I did it the first time, it took me about 35 mins.. The next time I did it, it took just 5 mins. The stock recovery and act weird sometimes!

Wait for another 30 mins and if it doesn't complete then only terminate it and perform the wipe again..

okay. I got really scared.
does terminating the format procedure harm the storage?
1st May 2014, 04:13 PM |#6  
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okay. I got really scared.
does terminating the format procedure harm the storage?

Nope.. Not that I know of. The worst case scenario would be your /cache /data partitions getting messed up but that can be fixed by formatting them again in the recovery.

Although, I haven't tried terminating the process and random goof ups can occur with anyone!
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Its done now. everything is working, thanks everyone
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