1. thepenrosesteps's Avatar
    Hey! So a few months back, my HTC One X entered a bootloop after dying of a low battery. Once powered on, it gets to the point where I can see my lockscreen and even unlock the phone if I am fast enough, but then it restarts and this cycle continues. I can hold down the power button and the volume up/down button to access that menu, and my phone can be recognized under "fastboot devices" when connected to a PC (but not "adb devices"). However, entering Safe Mode and using the Recovery (stock) function does not do anything. The phone is unrooted with a locked bootloader, and it was purchased in North America.

    Is there any way I can get my phone out of this bootloop without doing a factory reset and losing the data stored on the internal SD card? If not, is there any way I can use ADB or an alternative to recover my photos?
    08-06-2015 04:10 PM
  2. Elias Ethen's Avatar
    i have the same problem .please help me out .
    08-18-2015 04:34 AM

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