[q] unable to boot

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By fa.rajput, Junior Member on 13th February 2013, 04:49 PM
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Hello friends...

yesterday my acer a100 goes stuck at boot screen (acre logo) after hang and restart
my tablet is ICS rooted and having swap between sd card and internal memory.

now when i tried to boot into recovery mode the tablet shows different error like:
-failed to mount /cache
-cannot open /dev/block/mmcblk0p5 ....

after that when i press home key it shows menu of recovery mode
-reboot system now
-apply update from external storage
-wipe data/factory rest
-wipe cache partition
-apply update from cache

i can select each option by VOL+/- but not know that how to apply each of these option i.e. either by using power/home button?

can anybody suggest the solution to my problem that how can i overcome this problem?
13th February 2013, 06:12 PM |#2  
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Re: [q] unable to boot
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Originally Posted by fa.rajput

Hello friends...

yesterday my acer a100 goes stuck at boot screen (acre logo) after hang and restart
my tablet is ICS rooted and having swap between sd card and internal memory.

now when i tried to boot into recovery mode the tablet shows different error like:
-failed to mount /cache
-cannot open /dev/block/mmcblk0p5 ....

after that when i press home key it shows menu of recovery mode
-reboot system now
-apply update from external storage
-wipe data/factory rest
-wipe cache partition
-apply update from cache

i can select each option by VOL+/- but not know that how to apply each of these option i.e. either by using power/home button?

can anybody suggest the solution to my problem that how can i overcome this problem?

That's usually then first sign of the bricking issue, I'd send it in asap for repair if under warranty.

Sent from my HTC DNA
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