1. AC Question's Avatar
    I rooted my HTC One M8 (2014, AT&T) a while back, and now it keeps rebooting.
    I have the Stock Rom installed, but decided to experiment with rooting my phone (first time). I flashed the TWRP recovery, and have SuperSU installed. I had heard that letting your battery run down to 0% once a month was a good Idea, so I decided to do that. Now when I turn it back on, it boots up, turns on the background stuff, and the reboots about 1 minute after my home screen turns on.

    Some leads on the problem:
    It is charging normally.

    I have installed SuperSU's update from the play store, but when I open it, it says the binary needs to be updated, and prompts me to do that. As I said, this is my first time rooting my phone, so I'm hesitant to do that without reading into it more. I'm not sure if that could be causing a problem or not.

    I've installed GSam Battery, and it's "Root Companion," though when I tried to give privileges to the root companion, it would restart my phone. So I stopped using that, and uninstalled the root companion from my phone, but left GSam on. In the minute or so that I've had to fiddle with the phone, I have uninstalled GSam as well.

    I've also installed XBMC a couple days ago. Not sure if that is a problem either.

    Also, when I boot my phone in recovery, it does not reboot automatically, until I reboot into the system. Leading my to further believe that the battery is not the problem.

    What limited knowledge I have about these things leads me to believe that some process is starting up automatically and crashing my phone. If anyone has any ideas about what I can do to bring my phone back to life, I would be eternally grateful
    06-20-2014 12:02 PM
  2. srkmagnus's Avatar
    Since you have access to recovery you should be able to fix the problem by doing a factory reset and rebooting. Let us know how that goes for you and if you need further help.

    Sent from my GT-P7510 using AC Forums mobile app
  3. srkmagnus's Avatar
    Since you have access to recovery you should be able to fix the problem by doing a factory reset and rebooting. Let us know how that goes for you and if you need further help.

    Sent from my GT-P7510 using AC Forums mobile app
    06-20-2014 12:23 PM
  4. m0dredus's Avatar
    Thank you for the speedy reply!

    Will factory Reset interfere with TWRP?

    Are the steps to do a reset:
    Volume down and power
    Volume down until highlighting Factory Reset
    Power button?

    Or do I need to go into TWRP and select something from there?

    PS. As I said, I'm VERY new to this world of rooting and whatnot, and don't want to make some stupid and easily avoidable mistake
    06-20-2014 12:34 PM
  5. srkmagnus's Avatar
    Thank you for the speedy reply!

    Will factory Reset interfere with TWRP?

    Are the steps to do a reset:
    Volume down and power
    Volume down until highlighting Factory Reset
    Power button?

    Or do I need to go into TWRP and select something from there?

    PS. As I said, I'm VERY new to this world of rooting and whatnot, and don't want to make some stupid and easily avoidable mistake
    No, factory reset will not interfere with TWRP. You will, however, loose your data (except what's stored on the SD card). Now that I think about it, try clearing cache first then reset if that doesn't work. And yes, your method is right.

    Let us know how it goes.
    06-20-2014 01:08 PM
  6. m0dredus's Avatar
    I was talking to a friend of mine who is also familiar with Phone troubleshooting. He just had me flash SuperSU.zip again using TWRP. Seems to have worked like a charm! thank you for your feedback though!
    06-20-2014 02:50 PM
  7. Jordar's Avatar
    This happened to me last night. Exact same setup, rooted, TWRP, etc. Phone rebooted approximately a minute after start up. Your solution also worked for me. Allowed SuperSU to boot into TWRP and flashed there and everything was golden.

    Thanks!:
    06-21-2014 11:02 AM
  8. Nick Bruton's Avatar
    I am having a similar problem, phone keeps rebooting, power button only sometimes powers down phone, its a rooted phone with TWRP can someone give an idiots guide of things to try.
    Many thanks Nick
    06-23-2014 08:26 AM
  9. Nick Bruton's Avatar
    Also seem to not have SuperSU installed anymore, although the icon is still on the phone
    06-23-2014 08:49 AM
  10. Nick Bruton's Avatar
    The crashing is pretty much definately SuperSU, if it stays up long enough I can force stop SuperSU and it stays up ok
    Should I either
    Uninstall the last SuperSu update?
    Re-install SuperSU?
    or change to superuser?
    06-24-2014 06:23 AM
  11. Evgeny Shatalov's Avatar
    try to clear cashes first
    06-25-2014 03:04 PM
  12. 3165dwayne's Avatar
    If no one has figured this problem out yet it seems to be caused by root access. to fix the problem you open up super su and it will detect then problem and fix it itself through twrp. edit: didnt see the bottom of the page for some reason XD the problem was already solved
    06-26-2014 06:14 PM
  13. cnphyt's Avatar
    Thanks a lot. Reinstalling supersu solved this issue for me too.
    06-28-2014 03:12 AM
  14. Nicholas Harvey's Avatar
    Had the same issue. What fixed it for me was un-hiding the SuperSU app and then opening it. It wanted to update, it did through TWRP, then all is good.
    06-29-2014 12:26 PM
  15. Nick Bruton's Avatar
    Any chance you could post a step by step guide please
    Thanks
    06-30-2014 03:44 AM
  16. Redhelmet8's Avatar
    I just fixed my HTC One by also flashing SuperSU via TWRP. This has been PMO as I just got a new HTC One, and wanted to root it, after soft-bricking my other one and was unable to find the correct RUU. I had rooted my previous One with no problems the exact same way I rooted my new One. I believe that the problem has to do with the new software update from HTC causing problems with SuperSU's program. I just had to go to the SuperSU Download page to find the SuperSU zip file, downloaded it to my computer, moved it to my phone's internal storage, went into TWRP, and flashed the .zip file. Thanks for the help everyone.
    06-30-2014 02:58 PM
  17. ahdez's Avatar
    Had the same issue. What fixed it for me was un-hiding the SuperSU app and then opening it. It wanted to update, it did through TWRP, then all is good.
    Exact same issue here, exact same result! Thanks
    07-17-2014 08:17 PM
  18. antmit's Avatar
    Hi Guys

    Long time iPhone user (since 2008 up to and including the present day) but recently a convert to the LG G3 and shortly thereafter the HTC One M8. I found the G3 a fantastic phone and amazing camera, but just that little too large and the interface too childish.

    I rooted my M8 last night and this morning was plagued with the repeated crashes, and so I turned here for help. I can confirm that going into SuperSU and allowing it to update via TWRP seems to have fixed it. I'm just waiting on the phone returning to ART before breathing a sigh of relief, but just wanted to say thanks to those who contributed on this thread!

    Thanks
    Ant
    08-04-2014 04:26 AM
  19. Yasiry98's Avatar
    Thanx alot, I was having the same problem,
    09-10-2014 02:22 AM
  20. Mijail Carpio's Avatar
    Hi thanks for this, quick question... Did you wipe cache/dalvik after flashing Super SU?
    09-26-2014 12:06 PM
  21. Ron Satikunver's Avatar
    Hello guys m just planing to root my htc m8 so sould i do it or nt??
    01-03-2015 02:02 AM
  22. notownsoldier's Avatar
    I have the same exact issue and flashing superuser throught tWRP did not work for me, I also tried using other superuser, I also tried installing different recoveries and the issue still remains the same
    09-20-2015 06:53 PM
  23. desean949412's Avatar
    I rooted my note 4 a few days ago and I just Uninstalled kingo root and then I restarted my phone. It won't even enter safe mode. It's just restating over and over. Please help
    12-05-2015 09:35 PM
  24. alex xmbsw's Avatar
    As far i see its an unfinished code problem.. had many so

    Try reinstalling from laptop or for 50 on the repair store
    07-06-2016 12:20 PM

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