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[Q] My Nexus 7 2013 HELP !

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By KiiDPoLo, Member on 5th January 2014, 02:45 AM
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Okay, So I Just Got A Nexus 7 2013 Last Week and I Rooted It and Allat Today and I Flashed An OVERCLOCKING Kernal On It and I Was Using SetCpu and I Just Moved The Max Frequency To See Whats The Max, AND BAM ! IT FROZE THEN SHUT OFF ! Should I Just Leave It On The Charger (Which I Am Currently Doing) and See If It Boots Back Up Or Did I Be An Asshole and BRICKED IT ???
 
 
5th January 2014, 02:54 AM |#2  
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Boot it up, see what happens. You can flash stock kernel back on it. I suggest not over clocking above 2.0GHz, it will probably cause problems. If anything, flash a factory image on it.

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5th January 2014, 03:00 AM |#3  
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Boot it up, see what happens. You can flash stock kernel back on it. I suggest not over clocking above 2.0GHz, it will probably cause problems. If anything, flash a factory image on it.

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5th January 2014, 03:17 AM |#4  
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Another thing you can do is hold power and vol - to get into the fastboot menu then press volume up and down until you see Recovery Menu and boot into recovery. From there you can restore a backup if you have one or mount USB and copy a new kernel from your computer and flash it to fix the problem.

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5th January 2014, 03:23 AM |#5  
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boot it up, see what happens. You can flash stock kernel back on it. I suggest not over clocking above 2.0ghz, it will probably cause problems. If anything, flash a factory image on it.

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omg dude ! Right when i was about to flash stock kernel back on using wugfresh nexus toolkit i held down the power button and it booted back on ! :d
5th January 2014, 03:34 AM |#6  
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:thumbup: Always use the recovery
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:thumbup: Always use the recovery

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