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    TF101 in Bootloop and I need HELP!!

    Hi. My TF101 just all of the sudden went into a bootloop one day and hasn't stopped. I have read all I can find on this subject and I am so confused at the different solutions because none are exactly doing the same as mine that I can find.
    Ok, so I used EasyFlasher and flashed TWRP 2.6 and I can boot into it. I cannot do the cold boot thing. It says Cold booting into Linux, but it just returns to the bootloop. I then flashed KatKiss 4.3 rom, but it's still stuck, just ith the KatKiss logo now. I cannot get into APX mode because I cannot turn on USB debugging. The only way I can stop it from bootlooping is by pressing Vol up + Pwr. SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP! I am so frustrated and so confused that I don't even know what to try next. Thank you!!

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    Just flashing a rom without doing any wipes is never a good idea.
    You most likely need to do a wipe of data. go into TWRP, choose Wipe and swipe the button. That will wipe your data, cache and Dalvik. Your personal data in data/media will stay intact, but if you have something important on there you can try to use TWRP's file browser (under Advanced) to move data to your microSD.
    Then take the microSD out and reboot the tab to check if the bootloop is resolved.
    If yes, go back into TWRP and flash KatKiss.
    If not, report back here and we have to try something else.

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    Soundwave
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    No, I wiped everything. I know to do that. I've flashed custom roms and kernels on my S3, so I knew to do that (plus I always read the instructions twice). And the bootloop started before I attempted to flash a new rom. It just started bootlooping out of nowhere.
    Last edited by DonnaLeigh; 09-03-2015 at 04:21 PM.

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    In that case you may have actual corruption on data and need to format it. That's also an option under Wipe but this will erase the entire data partition, so do your backups first.
    Do the same for system and cache, then reflash the rom.
    Remember to have that zip on the microSD!

    You wouldn't happen to know if your kernel enables running a logcat of the boot process?
    Heck, try it.
    In adb run the logcat command with the tablet connected:
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    adb logcat
    Then hit enter and you should get:
    Code:
    Waiting for device
    Then boot the tablet.
    At some point the log will start running in the cmd window if your kernel supports it. If nothing happens it doesn't and we have to continue guessing at the cause of the bootloop.
    Good luck
    Last edited by droidbound; 09-03-2015 at 09:32 PM.

 

 

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