How to recover if your Android phone goes into Bootloop

If you are an Android mobile user, of course, you always want to customize or update your device, but have you ever heard about the Android Boot Loop? When you try to use some mod or install new custom Roms on your device, you might face Android Bootloop.

At that time, you device will be stuck on the Android logo in the booting screen and your phone cannot restart. Almost time we also faced the same situation on our Android devices, so today in this article, we will show you how to fix the Android boot loop issue on your device and come out from the Android boot screen without damaging your Android.

No matter are you a newbie or a noob, you just then follow the mention below and read all the steps one by one carefully to keep put of being damaged or bricked your Android smartphone. This following method will work for Android devices running both the Stock Rom and Custom ROM.

Warning: Follow this instruction at your own risk; we will not take any responsibility in case your device is damaged during the process.

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How to recover your Android phone from Bootloop

  1. Fix Android Bootloop on Stock Rom

 Step 1: Remove the battery of your device, wait for 1 minute, and then put it back on. If your phone is not able to remove the battery, then power off your phone and keep it for 5 minutes. This will turn off your phone permanently.

Step 2: Then, boot your device into Stock Recovery Mode. Samsung Users use Volume Up+ Home + Power buttons, for Asus users are the Volume Up +Power buttons. If you have the other Android device, you can do a Google search to enter the Stock recovery mode.

Step 3: Once your device is in the Recovery Mode, move to the “wipe cache partition” option, and select it.

Step 4: After that, back to the Stock recovery menu and reboot the device by selecting “reboot system now” option.

Step 5: If your device is still stuck on Android BootLoop, repeat the above steps. This time you need to “wipe data/factory reset” and then reboot your Android.

Now your device can overcome the Android Boot Loop and at the first time, it will need some time to reboot.

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  1. Fix Android Bootloop using CWM / TWRP Recovery

Step 1: Do the same step 1 and step 2 above on your device (the requirement is that you have installed CWM/ TWRP recovery for your device before)

Step 2: Once your device is on custom recovery mode, go to “Advanced” and select “Wipe dalvik-cache”, then move to “Mounts & Storage” and choose “Wipe /cache”. In the end, back to the recovery menu and reboot your phone. (Here is for CWM recovery)

Now the Android Boot Loop issue will disappear. If it still persists, do the following steps on your device.

Move to “Mounts & Storage”, choose “Wipe /data” then “Wipe /cache”, and reboot your Android. Now the phone will reboot normally and the Android loop issue is solved on your device.


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