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[Q] Phone wont boot, cant turn off

OP Edward.deso

2nd May 2014, 03:31 AM   |  #11  
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Also note that all the roms flash their own kernel when you 9nstall them, use that first, then play when you knpw that thingsmwork. It sounds like you are trying to do too much for your current understanding.

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Thanks for the help.
I managed to get it working again. albeit on the original pacman rom and kernel. I tried to do a restore back to stock and it cant restore data it says, i also cant do a backup it says the same thing. no matter. its working again and thats all i needed. thank you guys for the help.
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I just had a similar problem,,,I tried to restore to the first nandroid (after rooting 757) but it stops at the Sony logo. If I do 2 restores in a row it than works....weird?
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