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Hey, I've got the same problem, with a couple others added in just for the fun of it. Haven't found a solution yet, but a lot of help from xda and I was pointed to this thread. I thought I'd add my name to the list of people with this issue so we all keep up hope.


Also, I believe my comparison to Groundhog Day a couple months ago was way better than a comparison to 50 First Dates.
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I will attempt this ASAP...Thanks for the info.
 
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I think this is going to be more than you want to do, but I used this method last night on two 9.9.9.9 rooted NT 16g to repartition internal card and start from scratch. This is the easiest method I have found. Worth a shot for you.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1663836
Hello, I just attempted this method twice. Everything goes through up til I remove the SD card. Then it semi reboots several times and then boots up like normal. Root and everything still intact. Issue not resolved. Thanks for trying though, it's appreciated!
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