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[Q] boot loop in not charging

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By k9801012, Junior Member on 26th April 2014, 05:23 AM
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Hi.

My z ultra have loop boot in not charging but normal state in charging.

I tried install to flashtool firmware all versions.
- Boot loop in not charging : all firmwares.

I think battery problem.

Help me.
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26th April 2014, 03:10 PM |#2  
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Hi.

My z ultra have loop boot in not charging but normal state in charging.

I tried install to flashtool firmware all versions.
- Boot loop in not charging : all firmwares.

I think battery problem.

Help me.

Can your phone connect to flash mode?

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27th April 2014, 12:30 AM |#3  
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Can your phone connect to flash mode?

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Yes I can connet to flash and fastboot mode.
I tried install all firmware but not working.
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Yes I can connet to flash and fastboot mode.
I tried install all firmware but not working.

It can flash ftf then..

Just try to flash the ftf again.
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It can flash ftf then..

Just try to flash the ftf again.

Ftf flashed again and again. I tried change battery but same situation.
I think motherboard problem.
27th April 2014, 07:40 PM |#6  
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Ftf flashed again and again. I tried change battery but same situation.
I think motherboard problem.

Do you have an unlocked bootloader? What kernel are you on?

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Do you have an unlocked bootloader? What kernel are you on?

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I treid
- bootloader unlock and relock / ftf flashed no change
- original kernel : no change
- Doom and other custum kernels : no change
- [GUIDE] Z Ultra and Z1 HARD BRICK RECOVERY and flash ftf : no change
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2646405

* no change means boot loop in not charging.
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I treid
- bootloader unlock and relock / ftf flashed no change
- original kernel : no change
- Doom and other custum kernels : no change
- [GUIDE] Z Ultra and Z1 HARD BRICK RECOVERY and flash ftf : no change
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2646405

* no change means boot loop in not charging.

R u tring to flash any custom ROM via CWM or TWRP?
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R u tring to flash any custom ROM via CWM or TWRP?

Yes, I did it.

I think hardware problem.

I can't fix it.
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Yes, I did it.

I think hardware problem.

I can't fix it.

Did u try charging thru magnetic cable??
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