How to Fix Boot Loop after Flashing a New ROM on an Android Phone

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We all know what flashing in Android world means. Flashing a new ROM or an official Android update on Android phone is an easy process, but sometimes even if the ROM is flashed successfully, one might encounter some problems which are quite annoying and the most common problem that one can face after flashing a brand new ROM or an Official Android update is a Boot loop though it is nothing serious. This article contains a procedure to fix a boot loop while using the Clockwork Mod recovery. The procedure for this in official and unofficial Flash is different, so given in different heads.

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How to Fix Boot Loops after Flashing an Official Android Update

If you have gone through an official android update and suffering this problem, then follow the below mentioned procedure.

Step 1 – First of all remove the battery from your phone to turn it off for about 30 seconds, after that you will need to enter your phone’s recovery mode while turning it on. For Samsung Android devices the combination is usually Volume up + Home + Power button. According to your Android device make finding the respective key combination to boot into the recovery mode.

Step 2 – In the recovery menu, navigate to Wipe data/factory reset and select it.

Step 3 – On the next screen, navigate to Wipe all user data and select it.

Step 4 – Go back to the main menu and select Reboot system now to reboot your android phone.

It’s all done, this is what you have to do.

How to fix boot loops after flashing a new unofficial Android ROM

Step 1 – First of all remove the battery from your phone to turn it off for about 30 seconds, after that you will need to enter your phone’s recovery mode while turning it on. For Samsung Android devices the combination is usually Volume up + Home + Power button. According to your Android device make finding the respective key combination to boot into the recovery mode.

Step 2 – Navigate to the advanced option and select it.

Step 3 – On the next menu, navigate to the Wipe Dalvik Cache and select it.

Step 4 – Go back to the main menu and select Reboot system now to reboot your android phone.

This is all what one has to do to overcome this small but annoying problem.

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