Originally Posted by batric
I followed official Ubuntu Touch instructions for installing/uninstalling Ubuntu.
Installation went without any problems, but after returning back Android, the device is stuck on the "X" animation and cannot proceed.
I tried the following:
- Going into recovering mode
- Flashing the device to stock version of Android (v4.2)
- Flashing the device to previous installed Android (v4.3)
The flash-all.sh command is executed successfully every time, but boot gets stuck at "X" animation no matter what I do.
What can I do to fix this issue? Any ideas?
try this !
try to format cache via fastboot.
fastboot erase cache and fastboot format cache and reboot!
if it happens the same try to enter in the stock recovery! attention just stock recovery and press and follow this:
---> Note that some users indicate that they can't get past the X on boot. If this happens to you, reboot into the bootloader and select recovery. Then, when you see the Android with the red exclamation mark, hold power and press volume up to take you to the menu. Wipe cache. If that still doesn't work, boot back into recovery and do a factory reset (this will obviously delete all your data & files in /sdcard...).
and if not boots dont worry try to flash everything again manually dont press the button flash all , just follow the point D
D. Type in the commands into the command prompt
1) Make sure your computer recognizes your device by typing: fastboot devices
2) Unlock your bootloader (if you have not already done so): fastboot oem unlock
3) You will see a prompt on your device. This will wipe your entire device (including the /sdcard folder). Accept. Note: you use the volume keys to change the option and the power button to accept. You cannot use the touch screen.
4) Reboot by typing: fastboot reboot-bootloader
5) Flash the bootloader: fastboot flash bootloader bootloader-mako-makoz10o.img (or whatever the name of the bootloader image that you downloaded).
6) Reboot: fastboot reboot-bootloader
7) Flash the radio: fastboot flash radio radio-mako-m9615a-cefwmazm-2.0.1700.48.img (or whatever the name is of the radio image that you downloaded).
8) Reboot: fastboot reboot-bootloader
9) Flash the system partition: fastboot flash system system.img
10) Flash the data partition: fastboot flash userdata userdata.img Note: this command will wipe your device (including /sdcard), EVEN if your bootloader is already unlocked. See note 2 below.
11) Flash the kernel/ramdisk: fastboot flash boot boot.img
12) Flash the recovery partition: fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
13) Erase the cache partition: either a) fastboot erase cache OR b) fastboot format cache <<== the second option seems to work better for most people. Thanks joostburg.
14) Reboot: fastboot reboot
15) Done! The first boot will likely take quite a bit longer than you are used to, as Android builds the Dalvik cache.
it should works!!