Thanks Meter 10
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Austin, TX and Orange County, CA
Help, continuously rebooting
I've been searching for a solution to this, but most posts assume you can get into recovery and I can't. In short, I let an acquaintance borrow my rooted Nook running 4.2.2 and TWRP from internal memory, and he called me 2 days later and asked why it is just rebooting to the Nook logo over and over. I got it back and best I can guess he must've tried flashing something though he says he didn't. Anyway, it never gives me a chance to get to recovery, and with it rebooting I can't access it via adb. I've tried several bootable sd images but only once did it even try and within a minute it was rebooting again without trying to run from sd. I've tried a SanDisk 8GBP and a Kingston and an off brand and I can't tell if I'm wasting my time or if someone can confirm that it isn't unrecoverable and help me identify a recommended bootable image and card.
Thanks for any help.
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