Nexus 10 won't start at all after bootloop problem
Just randomly after I ran my battery completely out one time on my nexus 10, I wasn't able to start the nexus 10. The only thing that happened was that it showed me the Google logo, and then the X-symbol. After that, it restarted itself over and over. In other words, it just entered a bootloop. After a while it stopped showing the X-symbol, and only the Google logo. So I wasn't able to start it at all. The only thing I was able to, was to enter the bootloader menu. But from there, I wasn't able to enter recovery mode or something like that, it just entered the bootloop with the Google logo.
When this happened, I had never tried to root it or something like that.
But then I decided I wanted to flash it back to stock with fastboot, to hopefully solve the bootloop issue. Then I followed this guide: nexus10root.com/nexus-10-unroot/how-to-unrootunbrick-nexus-10-factory-firmware/
However, when I tried to write ./fastboot-mac flash bootloader bootloader-XXX.img, I got the following error:
"writing 'bootloader'... FAILED (remote: partition table update fail!)"
Then I read some place that I could try to run several erase-command before I tried the previously mentioned command. After that, I am now not able to enter the bootloader menu any longer. The device will not turn on. The only way to get anything on the screen, is by plugging in the USB-cable and then it shows the loading-symbol. To summarize, I am not able to start my nexus 10 and I am not able to enter the bootloader menu.
Any suggestions for how I can try to solve this issue? Any help will be much appreciated