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Default Boot loop on s4 unrooted

my galaxy s4 shut itself down and keep showing Samsung GALAXY S4 boot screen. my device is unrooted and I have no sd card in it
 
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my galaxy s4 shut itself down and keep showing Samsung GALAXY S4 boot screen. my device is unrooted and I have no sd card in it
Try a spare battery. And check if your battery serial starts with BD . Then you need to change it right away.

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Try a spare battery. And check if your battery serial starts with BD . Then you need to change it right away.

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it still on boot loop although I change the battery
 
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it still on boot loop although I change the battery
Remove battery and wait 30 seconds then replace the battery then plug the charger
into the phone and wait 20 minutes before turning the phone back on.

If it does not bootloop it means the battery just needs to charge.

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switch off ur phone n charge it fully n give a factory reset from recovery mode.

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