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Default Stuck on splash screen and cant get into recovery, any suggestions?

So I flashed [4.4.2] Sense 5.5 | KitKat | 4.19.401.8 rom and now my phone is stuck on the HTC screen and I cant get into recovery or bootloader by holding the power down button, any suggestions? I cant restart the phone by holding the button down.
 
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I'm having the same issue after flashing that ROM. I can boot to the bootloader but when I try to get into recovery, TWRP will flash on the screen for a second and then reboot to the white DNA loading screen. It never gets past that.

I've flashed a couple of different recoveries and that didn't change anything. I also flashed the 1.54.0000 hboot and that didn't make a difference either.

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I managed to get my phone back to a working state. I followed the directions in:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...59&postcount=1

So at least I'm back to a functioning stock ROM and I can go from there.
 
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I'm having the same issue after flashing that ROM. I can boot to the bootloader but when I try to get into recovery, TWRP will flash on the screen for a second and then reboot to the white DNA loading screen. It never gets past that.

I've flashed a couple of different recoveries and that didn't change anything. I also flashed the 1.54.0000 hboot and that didn't make a difference either.

---------- Post added at 01:04 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:12 PM ----------

I managed to get my phone back to a working state. I followed the directions in:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...59&postcount=1

So at least I'm back to a functioning stock ROM and I can go from there.
How did you get it to boot? My phone is stuck on the HTC screen and I cant reboot it at all.
 
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Sorry, I missed the part where you couldn't get into the bootloader. The bootloader was still working for me, so I was able to use fastboot.
 
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So holding down the power button until the device shuts off then holding down power+vol down won't let you into the bootloader?

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So holding down the power button until the device shuts off then holding down power+vol down won't let you into the bootloader?

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After holding the power button down for nearly 10 minutes it rebooted into bootloader but I cant get into recovery, It flashes the screen and yet I cant do anything. I flashed twrp and clockword betas but it just flashes and reboots
 
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Get into the bootloader connect to fastboot and open a command prompt and type fastboot erase cache and then see if you can boot into recovery. That usually helps or that's what I did when I was faced with a similar issue.

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Get into the bootloader connect to fastboot and open a command prompt and type fastboot erase cache and then see if you can boot into recovery. That usually helps or that's what I did when I was faced with a similar issue.

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It worked Thank you for your help!

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