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@nkk71 i did what you told me and it worked but it keeps bootlooping even after i did a factory reset and wipe cache , what can i do to make it boot to the welcome screen


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@nkk71 i did what you told me and it worked but it keeps bootlooping even after i did a factory reset and wipe cache , what can i do to make it boot to the welcome screen


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if the ruu didn't fix it, then it's probably a hardware problem (since you dropped the phone) and you'll need to send it to repair.
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I get it to stop rebooting it starts but the phone diale still mot working process com.htc.htcdialer isn't responding , i really dont know what it means can you suggest one last thing please so i can get it to work


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I get it to stop rebooting it starts but the phone diale still mot working process com.htc.htcdialer isn't responding , i really dont know what it means can you suggest one last thing please so i can get it to work


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unfortunately not, if the ruu didnt fix your radio/modem partitions, then i have no more ideas, sorry
 
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Ok thank you for your help , you help me a lot


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Wink Temporary fix / workaround

Hi guys

I've might found a temporary fix / workaround. I had the exact same problem and tried multiple RUUs, ROMs and Radios in combination to try to fix the problem.

My problem was that my HTC One M7 kept restarting it self (only shortly after booting) and I also got the "Process com.htc.htcdialer isn't responding". Sometimes I got reception for a while but I lost it pretty quickly after each reboot. Sometimes it wouldn't even let me enter my SIM pin code after a reboot.

However, look at my reply in this thread (post #6): http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=53147980

I've might found a temporary workaround which works for me!
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