Android Bootloop Problem? How To Fix Easily Without Data Loss

Android Bootloop Problem? How To Fix Easily Without Data Loss

Stucking in a bootloop can't be a good feeling for anyone. Android bootloop is a very serious issue for non-techies. Though it is not that much problem for latter. But this Android loop is nothing but an error which makes your phone switch on itself everytime you manually switched it off. Generally, it matters when you android devices system file stops communicating currently. Sometimes when it not remains powered off but still it starts to boot up, your phone is stuck in bootloop.

Bootloop is mostly caused by inappropriate custom Roms installation or software/firmware update by the manufacturer. It will keep starting and restarting until you find a solution or the battery dies. Bootloop is mostly caused by inappropriate custom Roms installation or software/firmware update by the manufacturer. It will keep starting and restarting until you find a solution or the battery dies.

What might be the issue for causing bootloop in Android?

This problem just doesn't occur in the rooted devices, this error can also occur in original devices.

When you try to install custom Roms and you end up with incompatible Roms which is not supported by your device then you can face this bootloop problem.

This can also happen when your software file cant reach of broke in the process of the boot, the bootloop may arrive.

And such application which is corrupted and included the virus that roadblock the process of boot and stop the devices smooth performance also can cause in the bootloop.

Overall, When you try to deal with your internal storage with an error it causes into bootloop.

Fixing bootloop:

Just don't panic early on. First of all, you can try removing your battery from your device and keep it idle like this for a few minutes. It can change your config files for boot and make it right itself. You surely don't want to do some complicated things when it can be fixed easily. But if your phone has non-removal battery most likely latest phones are having you can just leave it for at least 10 minutes after switching off the device. But if it does not fix in this process you have to do something through your internal storage.

Dig into Android Recovery mode:

If you want to fix this you must have to go to the recovery mode. Cause you need to change this kernel base for boot normally.

So you have to go through this process to get into the recovery mode:

Google Pixel/Nexus: Press and hold the Power and Volume Down keys simultaneously. This is the most used way to get into the recovery mode

Samsung: Press and hold the Power, Volume Up and Home buttons simultaneously.

HTC: First, go to “Settings >> Battery” and uncheck the Fastboot box. Then, turn off your phone and press and hold the Volume Down and power buttons simultaneously.

LG: Press and hold the Power and Volume Down keys simultaneously, and when the LG logo appears, let go of the Power key and press it again while still holding Volume Down.

When you are in the recovery mode you have to go to the manual process, You can't just touch or drag anything to move or select. So you have to use the volume button to up and down and the power button for selection and confirm.

Fix it with stock recovery :

Once you get into the recovery mode you will find a screen of recovery section, you have to go down with volume down key and select Wipe Data/Factory Reset with your power button and when it prompt just select 'Yes'.

Wipe data/factory reset

After that use the volume button to select 'Wipe Cache Partition' and select it with power key. Its done, Your data is wiped and after rebooting your device you can simply go with whatever custom Roms or OS you are using. It will start with like new.

If you have rooted your device you can simply go with the TWRP without losing your data. TWRP is a custom recovery tools where you can back up your data, then wipe and recover it easily. For this rooted devices

You have to go to the custom recovery section like the same process I mentioned above. When you are in TWRP just select the button data you want to back up and just swipe it. It will backup your all data to go further into this process.

Then, to wipe the existing data you need to select Wipe from the TWRP main menu. After this, you just have to swipe from left to right and your existing data will be wiped.

twrp recovery

There's another recovery tool like Clockworkmod. In this tool, you just select 'Select Data' and go ahead with the procedure.

After wiping your data you have to just reboot and restore from the main menu.

And you are done with this. Your process won't be stuck in the bootloop anymore.

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