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How do I get my phone out of boot mode?
vgsecret0815
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My phone is stuck in boot mode. My apps stopped working shortly before the phone turned off. I removed the SD card to prevent it from being corrupted. Now my phone will not start properly. HEEEEEEELLLLLLLPPPPP!!!

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Re: My phone is stuck in boot mode. My apps stopped working shortly before the phone turned off.
dilbertaz
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You'll probably have to wipe your phone to recover, have you tried powering it off for 10 minutes and powering back up? Have you put the SD card back in to see if it would boot normally? 

Otherwise assuming you have everything backed up, factory restore the phone and see if it will boot, from androidcentral.us:

Steps to fix boot loop issues on stock Android

1. First of all remove the battery from your phone or tablet, and wait for almost 2 to 3 minutes. What if your device does not have removable battery? Well, then you can power off it for almost 4 to 5 minutes.

2. Now you need to boot into Stock Recovery Mode by Pressing and Holding the Volume Up+Home+Power buttons at the same time for a few seconds until you see the Android System Recovery menu on your screen.

3. You’ll be using the Volume Up/Down to switch between different options and Power button to select your desire option.

4. Now select the Wipe data/Factory Reset option and confirm it.

5. Additionally, take also the following actions:

– Wipe cache partition
– Go to Advance and Wipe dalvick cache

6. Now Go back to the main Recovery menu and Select the option Reboot System Now to Reboot your phone.

Hopefully once your phone reboots, you should have successfully got recovered from Bootloop.

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Re: My phone is stuck in boot mode. My apps stopped working shortly before the phone turned off.
dilbertaz
Sr. Member

You'll probably have to wipe your phone to recover, have you tried powering it off for 10 minutes and powering back up? Have you put the SD card back in to see if it would boot normally? 

Otherwise assuming you have everything backed up, factory restore the phone and see if it will boot, from androidcentral.us:

Steps to fix boot loop issues on stock Android

1. First of all remove the battery from your phone or tablet, and wait for almost 2 to 3 minutes. What if your device does not have removable battery? Well, then you can power off it for almost 4 to 5 minutes.

2. Now you need to boot into Stock Recovery Mode by Pressing and Holding the Volume Up+Home+Power buttons at the same time for a few seconds until you see the Android System Recovery menu on your screen.

3. You’ll be using the Volume Up/Down to switch between different options and Power button to select your desire option.

4. Now select the Wipe data/Factory Reset option and confirm it.

5. Additionally, take also the following actions:

– Wipe cache partition
– Go to Advance and Wipe dalvick cache

6. Now Go back to the main Recovery menu and Select the option Reboot System Now to Reboot your phone.

Hopefully once your phone reboots, you should have successfully got recovered from Bootloop.

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