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[Tutorial] How to fix/recover from a bootloop on Android devices

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Wink  (This post was last modified: 03-26-2015, 08:51 AM by Spondulix. )

1. What is bootloop?
Bootloop: Bootloop means your phone doesn't boot up right, it's just starting and starting and nothing happens, or it's starting and shutting down and starting again. It just means your phone makes a loop while booting.

Causes of Bootloop
Bootloops can occur pretty easily,  it’s mainly caused because system files interfering with each other which causes instability and/or crashes at the boot sequence. Think of system apps that are compiled incorrectly, permissions that are not set correctly, files from other devices and even an init.d script, everything is possible. To find the cause of a bootloop you have to think about what you did before getting the bootloop.

How to recover from a bootloop {Using CWM Recovery}
Difficulty level: Medium

make sure your phone is rooted already with CWM {and if the device is not rooted or doesn't have CWM on it i will be posting a tutorial later on how to get CWM and root access on a bricked or bootloop devices(MTK)} , Power down the phone(switch off) and launch it into CWM Recovery Mode by pressing the Power+volume up (this key combination may be different for your specific Android phone).

1. Start your phone in CWM Recovery ( Power button+volume up)
2. Go to Advanced
3. Choose "Wipe dalvik-cache"
4. Now go to "Mounts & Storage"
5. Choose “Wipe /cache”
6. Choose "wipe your /data partition"
7. Reboot your phone
and the issue should be resolved.


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#2
I dont have cwm recovery onthe phone and mtkdroid tool is not dectecting my phone on window 8 pro.tanx
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(03-29-2015, 07:53 AM)[email protected] Wrote: I dont have cwm recovery onthe phone and mtkdroid tool is not dectecting my phone on window 8 pro.tanx
OK if you don't have CWM recovery kindly specify the type of phone you are using and I will provide you a fix for your bootloop
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It's infinix x350 surf smart
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(03-29-2015, 02:09 PM)[email protected] It\s Wrote:  infinix x350 surf smart

The only thing you need to do is to find the same device as yours that has CWM Recovery then make a backup of it using (mtkdroidtool) and flash your X350 with Spflashtool, you can as well  ask the administrator of this website for Stock ROM for  Infinix x350 then you proceed with the flashing process.
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hello there! can i ask for a link on how to unbrick a mtk6572 device? galaxy s4 clone fake mtk6489, UBFIS android system,..sorry if i interupt your thread sir, i was unable to find a thread for MTK6572 UBFIS.. thank you so much!

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(04-02-2015, 09:44 PM)tribooter Wrote: hello there! can i ask for a link on how to unbrick a mtk6572 device? galaxy s4 clone fake mtk6489, UBFIS android system,..sorry if i interupt your thread sir, i was unable to find a thread for MTK6572 UBFIS.. thank you so much!

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why not create a thread. you can go to https://forum.hovatek.com/newthread.php?fid=4 to do this

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