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31st August 2014, 05:15 PM   |  #1  
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after trying a few roms...now my phone keep rebooting after htc logo, I tried reflash recovery..I tried make wipe..I tried install again rom..but same problem..how to fix and after fix to flash a sound mod for powerful boost

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Angry change partion type of cache to extfat
i was having problem nearly after a week of research and flashing atleast 10 different roms
i got into twrp
wipe, advance wipe, select only cache , repair , change file system to extfat no problem since last 6 hours
letme know if this solved and hit like if it helped
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after trying a few roms...now my phone keep rebooting after htc logo, I tried reflash recovery..I tried make wipe..I tried install again rom..but same problem..how to fix and after fix to flash a sound mod for powerful boost

Sorry for my English

31st August 2014, 06:31 PM   |  #3  
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after trying a few roms...now my phone keep rebooting after htc logo, I tried reflash recovery..I tried make wipe..I tried install again rom..but same problem..how to fix and after fix to flash a sound mod for powerful boost

Sorry for my English

you don't need to make multiple threads
stay on the one you have here> http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-...h-rom-t2862934
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i was having problem nearly after a week of research and flashing atleast 10 different roms
i got into twrp
wipe, advance wipe, select only cache , repair , change file system to extfat no problem since last 6 hours
letme know if this solved and hit like if it helped

I wipe cache but same problem..I don't know how to fix..
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its not about wiping
i didnt tell you to wipe
i said change repair file system to extfat

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I wipe cache but same problem..I don't know how to fix..

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i didnt tell you to wipe
i said change repair file system to extfat

ok..but how? a few steps..or something
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Smile steps are in my first reply
anyways quoting again
1. go into twrp
2. select wipe
3. select advance wipe
4. select (only) cache partion
5. select repair/format
6. repair
7. change cache partion to extfat partion
8. flash viperone7
9. flash elemental x kernel and dont forgot to select exfat support in kernel installation option

hope this helps

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ok..but how? a few steps..or something

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Originally Posted by jhakjhuk1853

anyways quoting again
1. go into twrp
2. select wipe
3. select advance wipe
4. select (only) cache partion
5. select repair/format
6. repair
7. change cache partion to extfat partion
8. flash viperone7
9. flash elemental x kernel and dont forgot to select exfat support in kernel installation option

hope this helps

He fixed this in another thread by flashing firmware

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