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22nd April 2014, 09:13 PM   |  #1  
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I was a dumb---- and was playing around with my Kindle (tate) and PhilZ's Advanced CWM while trying to do a bit of ROMing. Long story short, I rebooted, saw the orange logo...and saw the orange boot logo again, meaning I can't access the recovery. My question is, however, can I just push a recovery image via fastboot and then boot the device from there? Or do I need all three images for a successful boot?
23rd April 2014, 01:59 AM   |  #2  
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Sup everyone?

I was a dumb---- and was playing around with my Kindle (tate) and PhilZ's Advanced CWM while trying to do a bit of ROMing. Long story short, I rebooted, saw the orange logo...and saw the orange boot logo again, meaning I can't access the recovery. My question is, however, can I just push a recovery image via fastboot and then boot the device from there? Or do I need all three images for a successful boot?

I would push all three and make sure. You're definitely missing an OS so if it were me, I'd flash all three and make a clean start.

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23rd April 2014, 02:18 AM   |  #3  
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I would push all three and make sure. You're definitely missing an OS so if it were me, I'd flash all three and make a clean start.

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Sounds logical. A fresh start is what I was going for anyway

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30th April 2014, 03:19 PM   |  #4  
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Sup everyone?

I was a dumb---- and was playing around with my Kindle (tate) and PhilZ's Advanced CWM while trying to do a bit of ROMing. Long story short, I rebooted, saw the orange logo...and saw the orange boot logo again, meaning I can't access the recovery. My question is, however, can I just push a recovery image via fastboot and then boot the device from there? Or do I need all three images for a successful boot?

I have the exact same issue. Have PhilZ's Advanced CWM installed with CM11 latest official Nightly and latest gapps. Also had Linaro's Kernel and was trying to flash the Double Tap to wake feature in recovery but, it broke touch so went back into recovery, wiped everything and formatted everything then restored from backup and now, am stuck at the orange logo. Just keeps looping, cannot enter recovery or anything. I don't have the fastboot adapter but, i suppose I'll have to order one. Please, tell me how to fix this!
1st May 2014, 12:29 AM   |  #5  
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@BookCase Exact same issue here. I think fastboot will work. Is something wrong with the recovery image?
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1st May 2014, 01:47 AM   |  #6  
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@BookCase Exact same issue here. I think fastboot will work. Is something wrong with the recovery image?

I'm thinking when I wiped either I wiped more than I should have or the recovery didn't properly backup my system in the 1st place since I didn't have a problem until I wiped and restored from backup. I honestly have no idea, though. I can't get it to boot past the orange logo.

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I have the exact same issue. Have PhilZ's Advanced CWM installed with CM11 latest official Nightly and latest gapps. Also had Linaro's Kernel and was trying to flash the Double Tap to wake feature in recovery but, it broke touch so went back into recovery, wiped everything and formatted everything then restored from backup and now, am stuck at the orange logo. Just keeps looping, cannot enter recovery or anything. I don't have the fastboot adapter but, i suppose I'll have to order one. Please, tell me how to fix this!

The only way to get into fastboot, in your case is a fastboot cord or adaptor.

Edit: Same for the others having this same issue. You will need factory images to flash in fastboot.

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3rd May 2014, 03:05 PM   |  #8  
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The only way to get into fastboot, in your case is a fastboot cord or adaptor.

Edit: Same for the others having this same issue. You will need factory images to flash in fastboot.

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Normally,I get into fastboot by entering "fastboot -i 0x1949 getvar product" and then plugging in my Kindle when it's turned off. Will this work here?
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Normally,I get into fastboot by entering "fastboot -i 0x1949 getvar product" and then plugging in my Kindle when it's turned off. Will this work here?

Nope, you can only do that from within the OS. Once you bootloop you need a fastboot cord.

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3rd May 2014, 09:38 PM   |  #10  
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Nope, you can only do that from within the OS. Once you bootloop you need a fastboot cord.

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Thanks man. Guess I'll have to order one...

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