1. SilentKillzr's Avatar
    I rooted and flashed my phone a long time ago, i have an assortment of different roms on my phone for quick flashing, I recently let my phone die.
    Well it wont boot at all now, ive cleared cache, dalvik cache numerous times, and tried flashing 5-10 different roms. All it does when powering up is show the google logo, flash once, and stay on the google logo forever.

    Ive run out of ideas, and i am not sure what to do.

    Ironically i do have a free upgrade this month, so i can go get the Galaxy Nexus ive been wanting.

    Nexus S 4G, but that should be figured by the catagory :P

    UPDATE: i used the One click to factory 4.1.1 package on here, to return the phone back to "stock". Phone is no longer unlocked, still does not boot.
    11-23-2012 04:44 AM
  2. Paul627g's Avatar
    Interesting.. Almost sounds like your boot partition may have been damaged. I have heard of this before, though rare but it can happen.
    11-23-2012 01:20 PM
  3. SilentKillzr's Avatar
    Yeah, Ive tried everything i could read about. Ive decided its best to just upgrade. I have a free upgrading waiting, I picked out the Galaxy Nexus, as it was free, and a pretty good reviewed phone. Thanks for the reply though, much appreciated!
    11-23-2012 03:33 PM

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