Friends of Jupiter Huawei g525-u00and have been asked Ram Kastvm able but Alanmshkl. Already green screen after power ... not that fast boot mode will not go into recovery mode and not the original ROM using loam bottom half Vbala White gets going
I want to install ClockWorkMod Recovery on my Karbonn A18, i tried doing it using SP Flash Tool, but it gives various Errors, I want to know how can i get into FastBoot Mode in A18 so that i can install it through their ?
My mom's LGC800 is stuck in LG boot screen, is there any possible way to enter fastboot mode in the LGC800? I tried the adb command "adb reboot bootloader" it reboots and gets stuck again in LG boot screen..
I have a motorola motostart (xt390) and wish to unlock bootloader, root, etc. Nevertless, I just can't get into fastboot mode. Powering up with VOL Down it access the recovery mode. The same for VOL UP+DOWN. When i try powering up with VOL UP pressed the device simply don't power up.
Is it a malfunctioning device or some roms for this hardware simply have mysteriuos ways to enter fastboot?
The ROM is a brazilian retail, Gingerbread (2.3.6) version MAUI.11AMD.W11.37.SP.V9.F4.P1, build: ARGONM_W_07.15.04R_D.
I have tried holding down the volume buttons and power button several times the past three days and nothing. The device vibrates and nothing happens. If I continue to hold the buttons then it vibrates every 6-7 seconds. I also tried to get into fastboot using a toolkit in our development section with no luck. The toolkit says I'm in fastboot when connected, but nothing is on my screen.
At this point I am at a complete loss. If I can't get it to work is that a valid reason for replacement by Google?
I deleted /system folder on my nexian cosmic journey. And now my nexian is stuck...
I try to using fastboot mode to flash recovery image, but my device seems not detected. I already installed the android composite driver, but when i use "fastboot devices" command, it shows (?) So how the heck to get my nexian back to normal?..
Or perhaps, if i just be able to put back the /system folder to its place again, it would be more easy to recover it... But how access the root when phone is like that?
My Problem: Was using the HTC Desire bought in India. I rooted with Unrevoked 3.21, S-OFF with Alpharev.
I was thinking of taking my phone to HTC to show an LED burnin problem, and tried to unroot by flashing the RUU for Asia_India: RUU_Bravo_hTC_Asia_India_1.21.720.4_Radio_32.36.00 .28U_4.06.00.02_2_release_127705_signed. I thought that was the correct RUU.
I booted my phone in Fastboot, applied the RUU, and it rebooted my phone into RUU. Then it flashed an error message saying the RUU version was incorrect. Being the idiot that I am, I rebooted the phone..And got stuck!
The phone does not boot. On pressing Vol- and Power button, it vibrates, and then nothing. Screen is blank. It wont boot into Fastboot, Recovery or the ROM. If I connect it to USB and do the Vol- and Poweron, it detects my device as an Android 1.0 device.
I have tried the following: 1. Went to Android SDK, tried flashing Clockworkmod recovery image with the command: Code:........
My htc magic 32a stuck in RUU mode, after I tried to update my magic to RUU and it failed. I can't even go to Recovery mode, but I can use fastboot in CMD.
and one more thing, I can open my magic everytime I use the fastboot command "fastboot oem boot", after that may magic will powered ON but everytime it will be turned off it will stuck to RUU mode. And I need it first to go through fastboot command "fastboot oem boot" just to open my magic.
I'm trying to download Life360 & it's stuck in downloading mode when I try to download it throught the play store. Nothing ever dowloads, I just see the horizontal bar with the download indicator "downloading".
When I try to get it downloaded from my computer to my phone by sending the link, I click on the link & get the message that it is already installed but then it starts trying to download the app with the message "Waiting for Wi-Fi". I don't use Wi-FI and I never knew this needed Wi-Fi to download. I dont' care to be charged for Wi-Fi.
How can I get this downloaded and why would I get a message that it is installed but get the above happening (i looked everywhere on my phone & it's not installed)?
I was downloading a bluetooth toggle button from the market, battery died. After plugging it in and turning it on, it's now in "Safe Mode". Says safe mode in bottom left corner, none of my app's show up, none of my widgets work.
Rebooted 100 times, held the trackball, held the menu button, held the back button, held the volume button, factory reset. Still in safe mode.
I am stuck in the recovery mode "FACTORY MODE" in my phone. I've enter in the recovery menu (power + volume up down) then I enter Factory Mode, then Item Test. And in this item test I don't have an option to return to previous menu tree, my phone only have UP, DOWN and POWER buttons, and none of them goes back to initial menu. Also the battery is non user replaceable, so I'm completely stuck in this screen. It's a motorola razr D3 XT920. I'm going nut's.
i had ICS installed in my Galaxy S2 by myself using Odin.
I tried to install Jelly bean , but failed and now its in Downloading mode. i dont know what to do know. i tired to install GB stuck which got stuck on Cache.img. i even dont know which stock rom i need. and where i can download it from ?
its in download mode which show on top left
ODIN MODE PRODUCT NAME: GT-I9100 CUSTOM BINARY DOWNLOAD: YES (1 COUNTS) CURRENT BINARY: SAMSUNG OFFICIAL
I am stuck in ODIN mode on my Note 3 and it says downloading... do not turn off target. I can boot with volume down and cancel but it just goers their again. Volume up goes to TWRP but i can't get my phone to just turn on normally. I was not attempting anything. This is how my phone turned on...
I have an HTC Vivid which has a total of 16 GB internal space. Or at least it did. I had been running a JB custom ROM, but was bored today so I decided to flash a custom ICS one.
I backed up all my personal stuff to my PC, and wiped everything from recovery -- both caches, factory/data, system, and for good measure the internal sdcard (so there wouldn't be any potential conflict with the JB installation.
After I booted up, I checked the storage stats, and I now have around 6 GB total. Where's the rest, and what should I have done differently? It seems as if a partition isn't mounted or something. Is this space retrievable?
My computer is having a problem recognizing my HTC Vivid as anything besides an Unknown USB Device. Sometimes it will come up as an Android Phone and list the normal drivers but that goes away and turns into an Unknown USB Device with no drivers in about 10 seconds. I've tried mounting it to Disk Drive, HTC Sync, Internet Pass-Through, and Sync Manager. I want to update my phone.
I've got a Samsung Droid Charge, which I've rooted. I had used it for about 3 months with minimal issues. Yesterday I noticed my phone was stuck in airplane mode, and no amount of phone codes, setting tweaks, and soft resets would get it out. I backed up everything with Titanium and did a factory reset. This gave me my signal back, and I started the process of restoring everything via Titanium. After the restore completed, I was prompted to add my PIN for my Exchange account, which I did. I then soft reset my phone...
When the phone rebooted, I was in airplane mode again, and the PIN unlock screen was blocking entry to my phone. I enter in the PIN I had set a few minutes previously...and the phone rejects it. I try it a couple of times just to be sure, and no dice. I tried what I thought were defaults, like 1111 or 0000 or 1234...nothing. After my attempts ran out, the phone hard reset itself again.
Just to see if I wasn't crazy, I tried the whole process again and got the exact same result.
Why is my PIN being modified without my knowing, and what is it being modified to? Additionally, why do I get stuck in airplane mode after restoring my Titanium backup? I'd like to be able to use my phone without worrying about the need to wipe it after a soft reset...