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[Q] HTC Explorer Booting Issue

1st April 2014, 01:29 PM |#1  
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I am having a HTC Explorer... I have unlocked the bootloader and have rooted my phone. I have CWM Recovery installed.. I treid installing custom ROM, but after installing once I reboot, it keeps showing the custom ROM's animated loading screen and never proceeds forward. I have tried 4 different custom ROM's and also tried to install Stock ROM but same happens.
During installation I don't get any sort of error. But once I reboot the phone it is stuck on the loading animation. I have already tried formatting data, clearing partition cache and clearing dalvik cache...

Can any one help regarding this issue.. ?

P.S: I don't have any backup..I know I should have backed up...but still...
 
 
1st April 2014, 02:09 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by cyberian04

I am having a HTC Explorer... I have unlocked the bootloader and have rooted my phone. I have CWM Recovery installed.. I treid installing custom ROM, but after installing once I reboot, it keeps showing the custom ROM's animated loading screen and never proceeds forward. I have tried 4 different custom ROM's and also tried to install Stock ROM but same happens.
During installation I don't get any sort of error. But once I reboot the phone it is stuck on the loading animation. I have already tried formatting data, clearing partition cache and clearing dalvik cache...

Can any one help regarding this issue.. ?

P.S: I don't have any backup..I know I should have backed up...but still...

Firstly specify which which roms you tried which recovery you are using.

Well to say..

If you are using sense based Roms.. Then ext partition is needed.. Which can be done in recovery- Advanced- Partition sd card..

Partitioning sd card will format your card so take a backup of it

If you are using sense based roms then use recovery which mounts ext Like TWRP or Philz or CWM Latest one..

If not a sense based rom:

1. Go to recovery
2. Wipe data/factory reset.
3. Wipe cache partition.
4. Advanced -> Wipe dalvich cache.
5. Mounts and storage -> format /boot, /cache, /system , /sd-ext(if present).
6. Dont format anything else.
7. Install zip -> flash the rom.
8. Reboot

If you are still facing problem PM me..
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1st April 2014, 02:15 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by shubhojit89

Firstly specify which which roms you tried which recovery you are using.

Well to say..

If you are using sense based Roms.. Then ext partition is needed.. Which can be done in recovery- Advanced- Partition sd card..

Partitioning sd card will format your card so take a backup of it

If you are using sense based roms then use recovery which mounts ext Like TWRP or Philz or CWM Latest one..

If not a sense based rom:

1. Go to recovery
2. Wipe data/factory reset.
3. Wipe cache partition.
4. Advanced -> Wipe dalvich cache.
5. Mounts and storage -> format /boot, /cache, /system , /sd-ext(if present).
6. Dont format anything else.
7. Install zip -> flash the rom.
8. Reboot

If you are still facing problem PM me..

I tried the following ROM's
Speed Droid

Cyanogen Mod 10

Even tried Stock ROM..

Thanks for the reply..Let me try what you suggested..
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