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Question [Q] [Help] phone stuck on the htc logo

OP marcviado

10th April 2014, 07:20 AM   |  #1  
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im unlocked bootloader,s-off,root,with philz recovery. i flashed the stock google play edition rom last night. not the ruu but the rom only and now i treied to flash the SD v 1.3 rom.. did a complete wipe and wiped again on aroma reboot the phone and now stuck on the htc logo. i tried every button combo to try and boot back to recovery but just keeps rebooting to the htc logo and hangs.

please help,any ideas? what do i do??
10th April 2014, 02:11 PM   |  #2  
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im unlocked bootloader,s-off,root,with philz recovery. i flashed the stock google play edition rom last night. not the ruu but the rom only and now i treied to flash the SD v 1.3 rom.. did a complete wipe and wiped again on aroma reboot the phone and now stuck on the htc logo. i tried every button combo to try and boot back to recovery but just keeps rebooting to the htc logo and hangs.

please help,any ideas? what do i do??

hold vol up and power till phone shuts down, let go, then quickly hold vol down and power to go to boot loader. you can then go back to recovery.
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