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Unhappy [Q] Bootloop after rebooting - unlocked bootloader

26th August 2014, 07:48 PM |#1  
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Hi everyone, (sorry for my english, I am French)

In June I decided to unlock the bootloader of my HTC One M8 * Edit * and I've rooted the phone and only that because I wanted to remove on screen buttons

Any ideas so?
I succeed, then one day I get an issue with bluetooth so I decided to reboot the phone.
From this moment the phone only reboot every time it restarted!

More or less after 70 seconds after the HTC Logo + music

I tried to factory reset and it worked but if I reboot it it comes again

I have succeed also one time by rebooting the phone with a USB cable I have still not understood why.
Since one month I haven't reboot the phone but today I have use it too much and it turned off because of the battery (0%)

Now it continues to reboot everytime...

Do you have any idea to help me because I have too much important thing on the phone and I can't just reset it every time...

Thank you
Last edited by Flow-Wolf; 26th August 2014 at 10:20 PM.
26th August 2014, 08:38 PM |#2  
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What other mods after unlocking the bootloader? I assume you must have done something (root, custom ROM) or why unlock the bootloader?
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26th August 2014, 10:19 PM |#3  
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Yes I have rooted the phone and only that because I dislike completely the on screen buttons so I used an app to remove it from the screen. That was the reason I unlock the bootloader and then rooted the phone sorry I missed to say that

Any ideas so?
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