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Infinite boot after install factory image

OP dark_paradox17

8th June 2014, 08:43 PM   |  #21  
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Originally Posted by dark_paradox17

I tried those two things to get into the recovery:

1-I press both volume up and down and the power button
1.1- after that, I entered to the bootloader (obviously) and press the volume up until the option to go to the recovery appear
1.2- when I got the option I pressed power button but what happens is the image I sended before (the android with a warning icon)

and I tried:

2- Only press volume down and power button, but that also brings me to the bootloader, not the recovery

I know if I get the recovery, all my problems would be gone, but it's like my recovery it's broken and I can't access to it, there's a way to reinstall it from the bootloader or something? because I can link my phone and computer through the bootloader

sir, when you see the mentioned droid image, just press volume up to go into stock recovery menu.
if it didnt work reflash stock images including recovery.img manually, dont use flash all.
8th June 2014, 08:43 PM   |  #22  
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I don't think you are paying attention to my instructions.

These are the exact steps to get into stock recovery

1) from off, hold volume down and pressed power to get to the bootloader
2) use volume up or down to navigate to the recovery option
3) press power to select recovery
4) at the recovery splash screen, hold volume up and power to get to the recovery menu

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8th June 2014, 09:05 PM   |  #23  
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Originally Posted by rootSU

I don't think you are paying attention to my instructions.

These are the exact steps to get into stock recovery

1) from off, hold volume down and pressed power to get to the bootloader
2) use volume up or down to navigate to the recovery option
3) press power to select recovery
4) at the recovery splash screen, hold volume up and power to get to the recovery menu

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DUDE YOU'RE MY DROID HERO, I finally get into the recovery, now I just have to delete userdata right?
8th June 2014, 09:42 PM   |  #24  
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FINALLY THIS STORY HAS A HAPPY ENDING, I went to recovery and then I did a factory reset, reboot and it finally boot up, now I have a working nexus 5, thank you all guys I don't how this would have ended if you weren't there helping me, thank you for everything
8th June 2014, 09:48 PM   |  #25  
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Do a factory reset from stock recovery.
When you enter the bootloader go to recovery,than press vol up and power to reach recovery(more options should show up), and do a factory reset from there after flash-all.bat finished.

try wiping cache if it doesent work the use the above method
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