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24th May 2014, 03:40 AM   |  #41  
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I always get into a bootloop whenever I unlock the bootloader. Do you know a solution for this?

Yes you should just have to delete /system/bin/hcheck

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24th May 2014, 03:48 AM   |  #42  
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Yes you should just have to delete /system/bin/hcheck

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And how do I delete it?
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And how do I delete it?

Just use root explorer or any root file manager. Or in terminal do su then rm /system/bin/hcheck

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24th May 2014, 03:56 AM   |  #44  
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Just use root explorer or any root file manager. Or in terminal do su then rm /system/bin/hcheck

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Oh I thought you meant when I'm in a bootloop. So delete it before unlocking it?
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Oh I thought you meant when I'm in a bootloop. So delete it before unlocking it?

Haha yeah. You can also delete it from recovery if you're using twrp or you're familiar with adb. But I'd just delete it before the bootloop

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24th May 2014, 04:00 AM   |  #46  
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Haha yeah. You can also delete it from recovery if you're using twrp or you're familiar with adb. But I'd just delete it before the bootloop

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I was using the filemanager in TWRP to find the file while I was in the bootloop and it wasn't there. So I'm going to Ruu and try it again
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I was using the filemanager in TWRP to find the file while I was in the bootloop and it wasn't there. So I'm going to Ruu and try it again

Did you mount system first? Ya won't find anything at all unless you do that first:P

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Did you mount system first? Ya won't find anything at all unless you do that first:P

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You must like ruuing lol!

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Did you mount system first? Ya won't find anything at all unless you do that first:P

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Haha you're right! Thanks

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