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[Q] HTC rebooting by itself.What should i do?

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By plaYer25, Junior Member on 3rd February 2014, 07:00 PM
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6th February 2014, 02:34 PM |#31  
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i guess there is no more we can do, no?
 
 
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i guess there is no more we can do, no?

are you sure that you already did select "RECOVERY" from the bootloader menu..but the result is just vibrate and go to HTC logo screen and nothing happen after that..just restarted..?
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are you sure that you already did select "RECOVERY" from the bootloader menu..but the result is just vibrate and go to HTC logo screen and nothing happen after that..just restarted..?

After that image was sent i reboot the bootloader, go to recovery and press power, then it turn off , turn on vibrating and wthite screen with htc logo and start the booting loop
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After that image was sent i reboot the bootloader, go to recovery and press power, then it turn off , turn on vibrating and wthite screen with htc logo and start the booting loop

Omg....
I think that's something wrong with your phone....but i don't know what's exactly wrong it is...

I think the only way to fix that is just bring your phone to the service center...sorry can't help you more than this...

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ok thank you for your time..cheeers
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