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[Q] Phone tries to enter Recovery mode that is broken

OP mpele

9th June 2014, 02:56 PM   |  #1  
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Hey guys, I need help.

I have started to follow instructions to install ClockworkMod on Samsung S5660 Gio. I have downloaded cwm-6.0.2.7-itachiSan-ext4only.zip as it was suggested, renamed it as update.zip and then installed it through recovery mode (home+power buttons).

After that, I am not able to restart phone in the recovery mode, but the phone was working as usual after classical reboot. Then, I have tried “Reboot in Recovery” from application “ROM Manager”.

Now, I have phone that tries to enter Recovery mode that is broken.
Is there any way to break this magic loop? Is it possible to stop phone restarting in reboot mode or to recover recovery mode?

Please, help!!!
9th June 2014, 03:26 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by mpele

Hey guys, I need help.

I have started to follow instructions to install ClockworkMod on Samsung S5660 Gio. I have downloaded cwm-6.0.2.7-itachiSan-ext4only.zip as it was suggested, renamed it as update.zip and then installed it through recovery mode (home+power buttons).

After that, I am not able to restart phone in the recovery mode, but the phone was working as usual after classical reboot. Then, I have tried “Reboot in Recovery” from application “ROM Manager”.

Now, I have phone that tries to enter Recovery mode that is broken.
Is there any way to break this magic loop? Is it possible to stop phone restarting in reboot mode or to recover recovery mode?

Please, help!!!

Download the stock rom and flash it by going into download mode
(you will need pc to flash)
10th June 2014, 07:54 AM   |  #3  
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Thank you pushkardua.

Is it possible to charge battery with device in this condition? When it is connected to the charger nothing visually happens?
25th June 2014, 09:22 PM   |  #4  
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if your phone is off I don't see why it wouldn't charge.
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