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Constant Boot Loop and can't get to recovery

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21st May 2011, 12:08 AM   |  #1  
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I was trying to flash my EVO to Boost mobile and this is where my trouble began. After I had went through the steps of flashing I had to reboot. Upon reboot I get a constant reboot. When I try to go to recovery it goes to the htc screen and then keeps rebooting. I have tried flashing clockwork...I have tried the PC36IMG.zip...I have tried many stock RUU's and none of them work. Has anyone ever heard of this because of flashing? I have a link to a vid I posted on youtube....

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21st May 2011, 12:49 AM   |  #2  
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I was trying to flash my EVO to Boost mobile and this is where my trouble began. After I had went through the steps of flashing I had to reboot. Upon reboot I get a constant reboot. When I try to go to recovery it goes to the htc screen and then keeps rebooting. I have tried flashing clockwork...I have tried the PC36IMG.zip...I have tried many stock RUU's and none of them work. Has anyone ever heard of this because of flashing? I have a link to a vid I posted on youtube....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Yszd4CamDs

In your video you said you tried the latest ruu. In your video you state that it is version 3.30. The latest ruu is 3.70. I would try using that ruin first.

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In your video you said you tried the latest ruu. In your video you state that it is version 3.30. The latest ruu is 3.70. I would try using that ruin first.

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I might have said 3.30 but it was 3.70. As a matter of fact I have tried older and new ones and none of them help.
21st May 2011, 01:10 AM   |  #4  
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You running the .zip RUU or the .exe?
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You running the .zip RUU or the .exe?

I have tried both and none of them have worked. Is one in your opinion better than the other?
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Both good, use one when other won't work, have you tried flashing recovery in bootloader?
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Both good, use one when other won't work, have you tried flashing recovery in bootloader?

Yes I have and after I flash and try to go to recovery it just does the same thing...boot loop..over and over.
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Does your bootloader say s- on?
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Does your bootloader say s- on?

No...its off...
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Checked the ruu zip md5 match?

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