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Relationship: USB plugged in and Fast Boot (not fastboot)

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By kittysabadkitty, Junior Member on 19th July 2014, 12:39 AM
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( Fast Boot is unchecked [in Settings/Power/Fast boot] AND usb cable is attached )

using the power button to “power down” phone immediately boots to unresponsive TWRP screen.


What is the relationship between Fast boot/Slow boot and the usb cable? Is this usual behavior?

I am assuming this is a problem and show the important information for my phone below

HTC One Max Phone state:
*** TAMPERED ***
*** UNLOCKED ***
eMMC-hoot 2048MB
Feb 7 2014J15:26:45.0

Here is what I did leading up to this problem:
1. Unlocked bootloader (htcdev)
2. SuperSU (v2.01)
3. Nandroid backup with TWRP (which backed up boot and system and data partitions)
4. Try to install xposed (since I want control over my sd card!) Noticed that it would be easier if I had s-off (and wanted to s-off sometime anyway).
5. S-off using firewater (which worked)
6. Nandroid restore - restored system and data partitions (not boot)

Noticed problem at this point.

Here is what I have done so far in an attempt to fix this problem:
1. booted to TWRP recovery (via adb) and did wipe (factory reset - which wipes data, cache and dalvik). Problem still there.
2. Nandroid restore - restored boot and system and data partitions. Problem still there.
3. TWRP – fix permissions. Problem still there.
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20th July 2014, 06:02 AM |#2  
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It actually doesn't have anything to do with fast boot option under battery in settings.

If you power off the phone with this phone connected you will end up with it in that "stupid mode". The fix is to disconnect from your pic until you are sure the phone is 100% off. I forget about this little bug from time to time and end up having to do the power + volume up to force a restart.

This isn't really room related and I believe it's a conflict between the power off charging animation and twrp. It's not just try and avoid the above scenario
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