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By Rick Butts, Junior Member on 19th May 2014, 11:41 PM
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Hi All,

I get the same issue as above. Looks like we have to play the waiting game until any quality dev can get right on it.
 
 
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I tried to enter recovery using cwm ROM manager. It said I had TWRP installed. I got the dead android, then entered recovery but it wasn't TWRP.

I didn't play, just rebooted the watch and its stuck on the loading screen. Long press on power button doesn't reset it. Guess I'm breaking out the screwdriver...

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Originally Posted by mootmaina

Hi All,

I get the same issue as above. Looks like we have to play the waiting game until any quality dev can get right on it.



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Originally Posted by LeighR

I tried to enter recovery using cwm ROM manager. It said I had TWRP installed. I got the dead android, then entered recovery but it wasn't TWRP.

I didn't play, just rebooted the watch and its stuck on the loading screen. Long press on power button doesn't reset it. Guess I'm breaking out the screwdriver...

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Install Xposed and APM module.
You'll get option to restart to recovery...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52988407


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