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[Q] Active cmdline overflow (1613 bytes)

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1st May 2014, 01:04 PM   |  #1  
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Hello!

My phone switched off because it ran out of battery and when I tried to charge it it showed me a white screen with "active cmdline overflow (1613 bytes)" flashing at the bottom. I've Googled and read threads and they were all talking about flash kernels and all and I have absolutely no idea what any of that means. I've never downloaded or upgraded anything in my phone to alter the programming; I am a noob. The last Andriod system update was months ago. I have no idea what to do now. 'Recovery' brings me back to the same screen, as does 'Reboot'/'Fastboot'/'Reboot bootloader'. Now the screen is exactly the same except it no longer says "active cmdline overflow (1613 bytes)". I have yet to try factory reset as I just got back from an overseas exchange and I haven't downloaded all my photos to other devices. My laptop recognises that there is a HTC device connected to it, but it does not allow to do anything to the phone.

Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

***LOCKED***
M7_UL PVT SHIP S-ON RH
HBOOT-1.56.0000
RADIO-4A.23.3263.28
OpenDSP-v32.120.274.0909
OS-4.20.707.6
eMMC-boot 2048MB
Jan 22 2014,13:37:31.0

FASTBOOT USB
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