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Authorizing a device while stuck in boot loop

1st February 2014, 02:51 PM |#1  
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Hi,

I have a Galaxy Nexus with the volume buttons spoilt (not functioning). It is rooted and running on AOKP's 4.4 rom. I accidentally installed the wrong kernel and while panicking, I wiped the data and davlik cache. Now, I am stuck in boot loop. Also, when I plug it into the computer, the phone is UNAUTHORIZED according to adb server.

Is there any way to authorize my phone without booting into the OS itself?
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Is there a way to boot into bootloader/recovery without authorizing the phone and without using the physical buttons of the phone?
 
 
1st February 2014, 03:44 PM |#2  
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Hi,

I have a Galaxy Nexus with the volume buttons spoilt (not functioning). It is rooted and running on AOKP's 4.4 rom. I accidentally installed the wrong kernel and while panicking, I wiped the data and davlik cache. Now, I am stuck in boot loop. Also, when I plug it into the computer, the phone is UNAUTHORIZED according to adb server.

Is there any way to authorize my phone without booting into the OS itself?
or
Is there a way to boot into bootloader/recovery without authorizing the phone and without using the physical buttons of the phone?

Unfortunately given the circumstances you've presented, you'd appear to be stuck like that unless you can get those volume buttons working. Because you can't get to the boot loader and recovery or get the phone to boot and even worse, adb not functioning, you're stuck that way. Unless someone knows something i don't, it's just the way it is.

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2nd February 2014, 06:42 AM |#3  
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Unfortunately given the circumstances you've presented, you'd appear to be stuck like that unless you can get those volume buttons working. Because you can't get to the boot loader and recovery or get the phone to boot and even worse, adb not functioning, you're stuck that way. Unless someone knows something i don't, it's just the way it is.

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oh.. sigh.. thanks alot! =)
29th November 2014, 11:41 PM |#4  
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oh.. sigh.. thanks alot! =)


Has anyone solved it out? Got really similiar problem. Stuck in bootloop + hardpressed vol up. Vol Down should work properly tough, but have to admit that problems occured using VOL Down or even power beacause of hardpressed VOL UP. My device (Htc ONE S - s4) is fully rooted, unclocked, etc.)
Is it possible that Bootloader got broke somehow?
30th November 2014, 04:24 PM |#5  
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Stuck in samsung boot loop
i have samsung galaxy s3 , i have install stock rom by odin but my phone is stuck in samsung boot loop..its not ending up my is also draining
plzz help
30th November 2014, 04:37 PM |#6  
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i have samsung galaxy s3 , i have install stock rom by odin but my phone is stuck in samsung boot loop..its not ending up my is also draining
plzz help

Hello,
I've just solved problem of my own with it
I enclose my simple solution
http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-...7#post57153022
Basically once you get to the bootloader everything should be easy
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