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[Q] Bootloop after flashing any rom

2nd February 2014, 09:20 PM |#1  
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Every rom ive tried, it stucks into bootlogo. How can i solve it? Thanks in advance.
2nd February 2014, 10:17 PM |#2  
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It happened to me too. The only solution is to revert to stock JB, reinstall custom recovery, re-root and install custom rom.
Many moto g users had this problem...

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And, just for curiosity, how did you solve your bootloop problem without using the VolDown key?

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3rd February 2014, 03:04 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by skorpionvenom

It happened to me too. The only solution is to revert to stock JB, reinstall custom recovery, re-root and install custom rom.
Many moto g users had this problem...

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And, just for curiosity, how did you solve your bootloop problem without using the VolDown key?

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thank you, I already flashed aosb =)

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lol, i didnt without... i just went to get fixed it after my last post in the other thread... this guy on the place i went only took him like 40mins to replace/fix it.
16th February 2014, 03:22 AM |#4  
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thank you, I already flashed aosb =)

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lol, i didnt without... i just went to get fixed it after my last post in the other thread... this guy on the place i went only took him like 40mins to replace/fix it.

Did you flash recovery in JB? I have your problem right now, and I have reflashed stock JB, updated to KK, re-rooted, installed CWM and... bootloops again . Can it be the problem? Should I flash recovery in JB directly? And which recovery should I flash in stock JB, CWM for 4.3 bootloader? Thanks in advance
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16th February 2014, 03:25 AM |#5  
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Im having the same problem, after I installed GPe. Gonna try going back to JB.

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16th February 2014, 07:15 PM |#6  
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Did you flash recovery in JB? I have your problem right now, and I have reflashed stock JB, updated to KK, re-rooted, installed CWM and... bootloops again . Can it be the problem? Should I flash recovery in JB directly? And which recovery should I flash in stock JB, CWM for 4.3 bootloader? Thanks in advance

I don't have an idea what is exactly the problem. Regardless if I'm on JB or KK, I always flash recovery using the moto tool application. In order to install any aosp rom, I must to be in JB stock.


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