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Discussion in 'Rescue Squad Help' started by BlueSami, Apr 7, 2010.

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    This may not be a kernel problem. Never heard of someone trying all those and still getting bootloops. I think it may be something else.
    I see you're on UD9 are you using sprecovery or clockwork?
    Have you tried wiping data and cache then reflashing the ROM?
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    well i used CW to put the rom on. I did do a format data and cache and i think system too when i put 9.0 on.
    i was thinking aobut going to 9.8 and thought my issues were with the kernal so i was trying to fix them before i put a new ROM on.
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    Issue could be a bad download of the ROM. Try a different one and see if it persists.