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[Q] TWRP 2.7.0.1 Bootloop Issue

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6th May 2014, 02:00 PM   |  #1  
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Hey guys, Ive had an issue that I just cant seem to fix.

A friend of mine has an LG GPad 8.3 like mine, and it has TWRP custom recovery with one of the new 4.4.2 w/root flashable firmware US version. He made the mistake of going into Backup and Reset in the settings menu in the OS and selected Restore Device to factory settings, and now Its locked into a permanent TWRP boot loop. I've tried everything I know including flashing numerous other ROMs, formatting virtually everything you can format in TWRP. Even after a new rom is successfully flashed, and you factory reset and everything else, upon reboot it will only go back to TWRP again. Over and over. Is there any way you guys can think of that can stop it from going into recovery and click into the proper boot sequence again? Cheers
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Originally Posted by djleez82

Hey guys, Ive had an issue that I just cant seem to fix.

A friend of mine has an LG GPad 8.3 like mine, and it has TWRP custom recovery with one of the new 4.4.2 w/root flashable firmware US version. He made the mistake of going into Backup and Reset in the settings menu in the OS and selected Restore Device to factory settings, and now Its locked into a permanent TWRP boot loop. I've tried everything I know including flashing numerous other ROMs, formatting virtually everything you can format in TWRP. Even after a new rom is successfully flashed, and you factory reset and everything else, upon reboot it will only go back to TWRP again. Over and over. Is there any way you guys can think of that can stop it from going into recovery and click into the proper boot sequence again? Cheers

Reset FOTA? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2639822
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