[Q] Encrypted Nexus 4 rooting gone bad
I tried to root my Nexus 4 (Android 4.3) with this howto
. I tried to use the "ClockworkMod Recovery Method" (which worked fine for another phone) but then, after the last step ("Reboot the device"), the phone did not come back correctly: the "Google" logo stays on for a few minutes
(?) with an "unlocked" chainlock below, then the flashy and colourful "X" stays there, forever.
While in ClockworkMod recovery, I noticed that /mnt/sdcard could not be loaded, for whatever reasons. It just said "cannot mount /mnt/sdcard". Thus I had to install SuperSU-Busybox-Installer.zip via "adb sideload".
Now, after thinking about all this: right after unpacking the phone I set up "encrypted storage" in the Android security settings, so I need a PIN to start the phone (and then a PIN to unlock the screen). Could this have something to do with all this?
And: what do I do now?
Please help / point me to a relevant thread...