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HELP Razr M stuck on Reboot

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You have to go into fastboot mode first, then you can connect it.
 
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And that's the problem; it won't go into fastboot mode.
 
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It has to. You wouldn't see the Moto logo otherwise. Press and hold Power and both Volume buttons, wait until the phone resets (and a few more seconds) and then release just the Power button. You should see the options menu, where you can select fastboot (or even just recovery as poppers162 suggested).
 
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I've done that. It never works. All it does is go back to the logo. Nothing else.
 
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It has to.... If that didnt do it. Hold vol down + power for ten seconds once you see the screen flicker hold vol down + vol up... Then select which ever option you need...or if its rebooting over and over then just hold vol up + vol down and wait on the reboot

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