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[Q] stuck in boot loop

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20th May 2014, 10:07 PM   |  #1  
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HTC Evo 4g sprint is stuck in boot loop can someone please tell me step by step what to do to get it back working i had 2.3.5?????
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HTC Evo 4g sprint is stuck in boot loop can someone please tell me step by step what to do to get it back working i had 2.3.5?????

Some more info might be helpful. Are you S-on or S-off? What ROM were you running? What Hboot version? Can you access the bootloader and/or recovery?
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Some more info might be helpful. Are you S-on or S-off? What ROM were you running? What Hboot version? Can you access the bootloader and/or recovery?

yes it says:

*** LOCKED (OOW) ***
SUPERSONIC EVT2-3 SHIP S-ON
HBOOT-2.18.0001
MICROP-041f
TOUCH PANEL-ATMELC03_16ac
RADIO-2.15.00.0.15
Dec 21 2011,12:50:32

FASTBOOT

IS THIS HELPFUL? I WAS RUNNING 2.3.5 ANDROID
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yes it says:

*** LOCKED (OOW) ***
SUPERSONIC EVT2-3 SHIP S-ON
HBOOT-2.18.0001
MICROP-041f
TOUCH PANEL-ATMELC03_16ac
RADIO-2.15.00.0.15
Dec 21 2011,12:50:32

FASTBOOT

IS THIS HELPFUL? I WAS RUNNING 2.3.5 ANDROID

Looks like it hasn't even been rooted. Could be a few things going on. You can try and unlock the bootloader using HTC Dev, then install a custom recovery and flash a ROM and see if it works afterwards. Other than that, I don't have any suggestions, particularly since there is no RUU (ROM Update Utility) than you can run, especially since you're S-on.
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