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Reboots every 2 mins after update to sense 6.

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By Davies_90, Senior Member on 24th June 2014, 03:41 PM
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After update to sense 6.0,

Just a quick overview:

I am rooted stock fw stock kernel and latest twrp recovery,unit rebooted prior to rooting also,however prior to update I was fine.
Handset was originally a Vodafone handset unlocked now on 3uk.

I've also included some screen shots of as version etc...

1. Phone auto reboots every 2 mins continuously (while on battery or on charger).
2. Battery drains in 4 to 5 hrs and phone becomes very hot.
3. SYNC is continuously ON most of the day.
4. Apps*requiring update from play store, keeps getting re-installed several times when the SYNC is ON.

I have performed a full factory reset 3 times,no avail.

If I leave at default*apps, my phone is OK. But once I reinstall all my*apps*from play store and setup (individual app manually, with out restoring from backup) the problems reappear.

Thanks for your time.






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24th June 2014, 03:54 PM |#2  
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Sounds like a 'stuck' sdcard, you may want to try restore tricks but may not help
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Stuck sd card?

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27th June 2014, 10:17 AM |#4  
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Unfortunately, I have roughly the same problem. I have a rooted HTC One M7 (International), stock everything, unlocked, TWRP recovery.

After updating to Sense 6, the first time I rebooted my phone, it got stuck in a reboot loop (it did a full boot to Android without a hitch, I could even unlock my phone and access my home screen, but a few seconds later it would reboot). Manually restarting the phone didn't help. I finally managed to solve it by shutting the phone down, and then starting it again (instead of restarting). Today however I had to reboot the phone again, and now it's stuck once again in that reboot loop. Switching off the phone isn't working this time.

Any ideas anyone?
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Unfortunately, I have roughly the same problem. I have a rooted HTC One M7 (International), stock everything, unlocked, TWRP recovery.

After updating to Sense 6, the first time I rebooted my phone, it got stuck in a reboot loop (it did a full boot to Android without a hitch, I could even unlock my phone and access my home screen, but a few seconds later it would reboot). Manually restarting the phone didn't help. I finally managed to solve it by shutting the phone down, and then starting it again (instead of restarting). Today however I had to reboot the phone again, and now it's stuck once again in that reboot loop. Switching off the phone isn't working this time.

Any ideas anyone?

well i had the same issue.
but after rebooting. the boot loop stopped. now the homescreen is just black. saying unauthorized device. i can still swipe down the notification bar and go to settings. but thats about it. i can for some reason still pick up the phone. but i can't navigate through my home screen because its black like i said above. nor can i go to my applications.
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I at first managed to fix my problem by rolling back to the standard Android 4.4 without Sense 6. My phone worked fine for a few days, but now, after a manual reboot, it has started rebooting again! Exactly the same problem. Whatever is wrong with it, it's also related to a battery drain. The reason I had to reboot was because Google Services was sucking a lot of battery. But I guess it doesn't really have anything to do with the Sense 6 update.

What the hell is going on here....
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Originally Posted by vlix

I at first managed to fix my problem by rolling back to the standard Android 4.4 without Sense 6. My phone worked fine for a few days, but now, after a manual reboot, it has started rebooting again! Exactly the same problem. Whatever is wrong with it, it's also related to a battery drain. The reason I had to reboot was because Google Services was sucking a lot of battery. But I guess it doesn't really have anything to do with the Sense 6 update.

What the hell is going on here....

ehh possible to put back a custom recovery (TWRP) and flash a custom rom and then try again?
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Originally Posted by Davies_90

After update to sense 6.0,

Just a quick overview:

I am rooted stock fw stock kernel and latest twrp recovery,unit rebooted prior to rooting also,however prior to update I was fine.
Handset was originally a Vodafone handset unlocked now on 3uk.

I've also included some screen shots of as version etc...

1. Phone auto reboots every 2 mins continuously (while on battery or on charger).
2. Battery drains in 4 to 5 hrs and phone becomes very hot.
3. SYNC is continuously ON most of the day.
4. Apps*requiring update from play store, keeps getting re-installed several times when the SYNC is ON.

I have performed a full factory reset 3 times,no avail.

If I leave at default*apps, my phone is OK. But once I reinstall all my*apps*from play store and setup (individual app manually, with out restoring from backup) the problems reappear.

Thanks for your time.

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Same problem with my bro's HTC One Max but was fixed. I told him to go to recovery(TWRP), go to wipe, click "advanced wipe", check everything except usb-otg. Then click "format data" and type "yes" and install everything again.

Hope this helps
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Hi, did you manage to solve that ? I'm having the same problem here and can't use my device
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Hi, did you manage to solve that ? I'm having the same problem here and can't use my device

did you read the post just above your's ?
did you format data in twrp and type yes and reinstall your Rom ?
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