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[Q] Stuck on boot screen

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By DrOcsid, Junior Member on 25th July 2014, 03:50 AM
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27th July 2014, 02:08 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by hexitnow

factory data reset, reboot.

Okay, that worked. Thanks.
22nd February 2015, 11:31 PM |#12  
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Nvidia Shield Portable
My sons Shield Portable is stuck on the screen that has a dead looking Android that says no command after trying to install a factory update. I have tried holding down the power button the home button and back button to try and recover. The recovery mode did nothing. The restart bootloader did nothing. I have pressed the power button and the home button at same time to try and wipe the data. I did wipe and hit the factory reset once I did that I hit reboot. when it started back up it still says the same thing. Please help
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1st April 2015, 06:49 PM |#13  
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same problem
I have the same problem if anyone knows the combo to go straight into recovery I would really appreciate it.
16th April 2015, 06:54 AM |#14  
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about that...
Originally Posted by DrOcsid

Okay, I managed to get it to work. What do I do now?

Do you remember what button combo you used? My shield gets the same "no command" screen when i enter recovery mode.
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