Originally Posted by bebopblues
Today I tried booting up to recovery (power+vol down), after choosing Recovery Mode from the menu and hitting Power button, it gets to a screen with the green Android guy with a red triangle and just stays there.
So I rebooted the phone. Launch Nexus Root Toolkit, I tried to install CWM or TWRP, neither works. It gets to the same recovery mode and gets stuck there, only this time, it gets stuck on the Google logo instead of the Android guy with red triangle. I even try to flash stock recovery, and it also doesn't work.
Why can't I get into CWM or TWRP nor can I flash them?
Thanks for any help.
Be sure u are bootloader unlocked.
Android guy is normal... Is a safety step before entering on stock recovery, to pass that: hold power and hit once volume +
Probably u cant flash images cuz fastboot isnt working(old fastboot.exe file), wrong recovery file,...
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