1. Zycarite's Avatar
    [XPERIAS SP/STOCK ROM/ROOTED/NON-UNLOCKABLE BOOTLOADER/NO CWM/SUPERSU/BUSYBOX]

    I was changing my boot animation last night (and it was working with different animations) on the stock rom with the stock rom on a Sony Xperia SP. I accidentally changed the resolution, and now it won't boot up. I can only assume that the phone is attempting to boot regardless, as the "Sony" logo shows, followed by a black screen, then after a short amount of time a dimmed black screen, then a re-brightened black screen (As it re-brightens I can only assume I've reached the lock screen).

    I have gotten it to boot successfully before.
    Once pressing random buttons which looks like I forced a resolution change, which I screwed up by changing the boot animation without changing the resolution (which didn't fix anything obviously) causing it to restart.
    The second time was after that, I somehow booted it into safemode, but I reinserted my sim card (after taking it out in desperation) causing it to auto-restart.


    I haven't been able to boot into safe mode since.
    I'd prefer if there was non-computer solutions. Until the 30th I have no laptop, just a tablet and a functioning RPi.

    Thanks!
    08-26-2015 08:31 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    I think you're going to have to wait 3 days - then flash a stock ROM (which is why you should always back everything up before you play with things).
    08-27-2015 02:50 AM

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