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    stuck in clockwork recovery when I reboot

    Did an sbf last night with the 30.04 bootloader files and everytime I try to pull the battery I get looped into clockwork recovery and it will not allow me to restore any of my backups from there. If I do a factory reset I can restart but I'd rather not have to reinstall all of my apps and everything when I pull the battery or reboot the phone. Should i just not install clockwork recovery? I am rooted as well.

    What is the quickest way to have the phone back to where I was other than reinstalling the backups from clockwork mod recovery.
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    I am very confused by your question.

    Was your bootloader 30.04 before the sbf flash? Or did you use it too update your bootloader.

    And what do you mean by recovering your apps from Clockwork?

    If you had a nandroid backup of a 30.03 bootloader and then sbf'd and changed the bootloader to 30.04, your

    nandroid will no longer be any good.
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    screen says clockwork recovery v2.5.0.6

    did a cache and data wipe and tried to restore a backup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polenz View Post
    screen says clockwork recovery v2.5.0.6

    did a cache and data wipe and tried to restore a backup.
    So you attempted to wipe your phone and restore a nandroid backup?

    Now you can't find the update.zip/nandroid?

    Because restoring a nandroid backup is not an sbf. Sorry, just trying to understand.
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    Phone was a replacement running 30.04 bootloader. I sbf'd the proper file I believe a team black hat download. If I install koush's bootstrap, run that, and then boot into recovery and do a restore it goes to the m logo then sits for a minute and then kicks me back to the clockwork mod screen and I have to do a factory wipe to reboot the device back into the regular operating system.
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    When did you make the nandroid and was it before the .340 update?

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    After the update, last backup was done on 12-29. Sorry I'm trying to use the lingo to describe my problem and probably failing miserably.

    When I want to restore a backup, from clockwork recovery I click on "backup and restore" then click on the date of the restore I want to run and click it again. It runs, says it's complete and then I click reboot, which kicks me to the m logo and the screen goes black and boots back into clockwork recovery. I have to do a factory reset to actually get the phone to boot all the way back up.

    Should I just not install the bootstrap app? If I don't do that what is the best way to back up the device. I do have titanium as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polenz View Post
    Phone was a replacement running 30.04 bootloader. I sbf'd the proper file I believe a team black hat download. If I install koush's bootstrap, run that, and then boot into recovery and do a restore it goes to the m logo then sits for a minute and then kicks me back to the clockwork mod screen and I have to do a factory wipe to reboot the device back into the regular operating system.
    Oh oh oh, gotcha!

    Ok. First, you haven't made a recovery for it to recover. Unless you had a prior nandroid backup made.

    When you first got the Bootstrap app, you opened it, hit the top button, hit yes after it

    said "success?" Then you hit the second button and it boots into recovery. You have to make a backup there.

    If you did make a backup before the flashing of the sbf you should have moved it to the root

    of your SD card so you can find it. If you didn't, I don't know how to find it.

    But Bootstrap does not automatically make a backup of all your apps so you can recover them.

    Does this make sense?
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    Well you need bootstrap to access clockworkmod to make and restore backups. So if you just hit reboot now after restoring the backup it goes back to a bootloop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaz33g View Post
    Well you need bootstrap to access clockworkmod to make and restore backups. So if you just hit reboot now after restoring the backup it goes back to a bootloop?

    tappin and a talkin
    To me or him?

    I'm confused. I thought he was saying he flashed the sbf, got the Bootstrap app, booted int CW

    and tried to restore without having a prior backup. That's what I'm try'n to figure out.
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