[Q] Nexus 7 Boots, Loads Some Apps, Reboots...Repeats Forever
Not sure what's going on here.
My Nexus 7 has recently begun a reboot-load OS-load apps-reboot cycle that I'm at wits end to fix.
I've tried uninstalling some apps that I thought might be the cause (AutoShare and Tablified HD Market), but whenever I remove them, the next time the tablet boots up, they are still there.
I've also tried to get into safe boot mode while the tablet is booting. The dialog pops up for the Power Off option, I hold that until it prompts me for a Safe Boot, I tell it OK but still the tablet reboots as normal with the same apps loaded as usual.
Also, I was previously rooted and unlocked, but the last Android update torpedoed that, and because my USB port doesn't work, I have no way to reinstate my root. As a result, I have no Recovery, which eliminates a couple of other options.
Oh, and I also tried to do a Factory Data Reset, but in the same way that it won't recognize the deinstallation of apps, the Factory Data Reset is not working.
Anyone seen anything like this before? Any suggestions?