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[Q] Stuck on Google boot screen

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4th January 2014, 05:08 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys first post
Anyways I've been having problems with my Nexus 7 hat I got for X-Mas. It started out ok but friday it crashed and I re-booted it. The screen was unresponsive but it started working again . Today I booted it up and it got stuck on the Google screen, I waited for about 20 mins and nothing. I tried flashing it back to stock, factory reseting, both of those seemed to do nothing. I hope this is a software glitch cause I had to unlock bootloader to flash the android version, because if it is hardware I can't get a replacement since I voided the warrenty right? Should I try flashing maybe 4.3, or what?
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4th January 2014, 06:46 PM   |  #2  
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Hi Scoorzia, since you've already tried a factory reset and have unlocked the bootloader, I'd go ahead and flash the full stock 4.4.2 ROM. Is that what you tried before?

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5th January 2014, 05:38 AM   |  #3  
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Hi guys first post
Anyways I've been having problems with my Nexus 7 hat I got for X-Mas. It started out ok but friday it crashed and I re-booted it. The screen was unresponsive but it started working again . Today I booted it up and it got stuck on the Google screen, I waited for about 20 mins and nothing. I tried flashing it back to stock, factory reseting, both of those seemed to do nothing. I hope this is a software glitch cause I had to unlock bootloader to flash the android version, because if it is hardware I can't get a replacement since I voided the warrenty right? Should I try flashing maybe 4.3, or what?
-Please help me


-Dylan

Get Wugfresh Nexus Toolkit and Re-Lock Your Bootloader ( Get Back Warranty) and Send It back and Get A Replacement
5th January 2014, 03:34 PM   |  #4  
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[QUOTE=Pandae;49118619]Hi Scoorzia, since you've already tried a factory reset and have unlocked the bootloader, I'd go ahead and flash the full stock 4.4.2 ROM. Is that what you tried before?



Yes I did try this, also I seemed to get it back to working state, but it keeps freezing and becomes unresponsive and powers off. It passes the Google screen now but sometimes on the locks creen I can't swipe and it goes into sleep and won't come back. I'll give it a week and if it still continues I'll take the other guys advice about gettinga r eplacement.
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Get Wugfresh Nexus Toolkit and Re-Lock Your Bootloader ( Get Back Warranty) and Send It back and Get A Replacement

I relocked it with fastboot but can't they tell if I unlocked it before? Also there's a tiny scratch on the edge of the screen I accidentaly made. If I get it replaced will they replace it witha new one or jsut the same with fixed software?
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Also it seems to like to reset it self quite allot, I'll hopefully try get a replacement.
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If you did a clean flash of the stock ROM and recovery, it could be an eMMC that's faulty straight from the factory.
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Today it's been OK. I flashed one more time and haven't had any problem since. I think it'll be OK, probably something to do withKitKat
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I relocked it with fastboot but can't they tell if I unlocked it before? Also there's a tiny scratch on the edge of the screen I accidentaly made. If I get it replaced will they replace it witha new one or jsut the same with fixed software?

Not Sure If They'll Be Able To Tell, But I've Got My Nexus 7 2013 For X-Mas and So Far I've Unlocked The Bootloader 4 Times ( Kept Wanting To Start Fresh)

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