[Q] [4.4.2] Nexus 5 stuck on boot
I'm not sure what info is relevant here so I'll just include everything I can think of.
I was on 4.4 until about 12 hours ago, when I got the update notification for 4.4.2. I am completely stock
and have no provider at the moment while I wait for my contract w/verizon to expire. The phone was working fine for the past 11 hours.
My phone was at about 60% and working fine when I tried to install the facebook app. Upon opening the app, the phone went black/unresponsive. I plugged it in and tried to hard reset it-- the google logo would show up but nothing else for 5~10 minutes when I would try to restart the phone. If I pressed the power button down for ~10 seconds, the screen would blink off, but then immediately turn on again to the google logo screen without me pressing the button to turn it back on.
After about 20 minutes of this, I went into bootloader and tried a factory reset. It finished really fast and I clicked the option for reboot. The phone didn't reboot, though, and was frozen.
I hard rebooted and was able to get past the google screen and the 4 colored dots showed for about 10 seconds, and then froze. I hard reset again, and tried wiping the cache. This is the message I am seeing now:
E: Error in /cache/recovery/log
(Read only file system)
E: Can't open /cache/recovery/last_log
E: Can't open /cache/recovery/last_install
-- Wiping Cache...
E: Failed to mount /cache (Invalid argument)
And it's been like that for half an hour. I don't know if it's actually doing something, the blue completion bar isn't updating and looks frozen.
If you have any advise on how I can restore my phone to working condition, I'd be really grateful. Thanks!