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[Q] Jiayu G4S bootloop

22nd August 2014, 12:03 PM |#1  
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Hi,

I think I did something stupid yesterday. I installed xposed installer + framework on my G4S and now the phone doesn't boot(remains on jiayu bootlogo). I have the stock android version (4.2) with the stock recovery menu(attached zip). I used the phone without external sd card.

Any help will be greatly appreciated

ps : I've never flashed an android phone.
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23rd August 2014, 11:34 AM |#2  
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I guess there is no solution to this problem..
23rd August 2014, 01:02 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by issepower

I guess there is no solution to this problem..


Well safe mode did the trick !!!

"Safe mode, which was developed by Recognized Contributor Tungstwenty, allows you to disable Xposed at boot. This is useful if a particular module is causing you bootloops. Safe mode can be activated by repeatedly pressing any of your device’s hardware buttons during early startup. Your device will then vibrate twice after the first button press is detected, after which you have five seconds to press the same button an additional four times. Safe mode is then confirmed with a long vibration. "
19th September 2014, 05:12 PM |#4  
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Well safe mode did the trick !!!

"Safe mode, which was developed by Recognized Contributor Tungstwenty, allows you to disable Xposed at boot. This is useful if a particular module is causing you bootloops. Safe mode can be activated by repeatedly pressing any of your device’s hardware buttons during early startup. Your device will then vibrate twice after the first button press is detected, after which you have five seconds to press the same button an additional four times. Safe mode is then confirmed with a long vibration. "

Mother god, i came across with this post, and you have solved my problem, had the exact same issue!!

Thanks!!!
19th September 2014, 11:45 PM |#5  
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Well safe mode did the trick !!!

"Safe mode, which was developed by Recognized Contributor Tungstwenty, allows you to disable Xposed at boot. This is useful if a particular module is causing you bootloops. Safe mode can be activated by repeatedly pressing any of your device’s hardware buttons during early startup. Your device will then vibrate twice after the first button press is detected, after which you have five seconds to press the same button an additional four times. Safe mode is then confirmed with a long vibration. "


Excuse me, but I could explain how it did and that is the early start?It happened that my jiayu and took all day looking for a solution
thanks
20th September 2014, 07:44 PM |#6  
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Mother god, i came across with this post, and you have solved my problem, had the exact same issue!!

Thanks!!!


Since you have done it? Please it is urgent
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