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[Q] disable lagfix boot loop

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By shifty331, Member on 20th April 2012, 11:28 PM
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i tried to disable lagfix and it went to reboot it says lagfix disabled and it just reboots and does the same thing over and over again... i cant even force it into download mode to odin. i need help ASAP.
 
 
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have you tried one of the fool-proof methods of getting into Download mode? like open up Odin, have the usb cord plugged into the computer but not the phone, hold down the trackpad + volume down buttons, and then plug the cable into the phone(it's a little awkward, but seems to work every time). hope you get it working... not sure what went wrong with disabling the lagfix
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I was gonna switch rims and went to disable it it got stuck in a boot loop so when it went to reboot itself for another round I pulled the battery for 15 mins and now its back to normal Idk what happened. It freaked me out

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Glad to see that it's fixed anyhow.
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Now im worried about checking to see if its off cause I don't want it to boot loop again

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24th April 2012, 01:41 AM |#6  
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There have been issues with converting the ext4 file system.

Please take a few extra minutes and read up on the specifics before you flash. It will save you heartache in the long run.
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