Boot Manager

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  1. en28so

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    I don't even get that. If I try it from the the rom menu, it just stays stuck on the boot screen. And if I try it from the boot manager menu, it just reboots normal.

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    I would contact the developers. I had a few issues with Boot manager when I first got it and they found out that I was missing some necessary files. They responded quickly and it didn't take long for them to figure out what the problem was. Good Luck!
     
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    I had issues like that and it was because of my base ROM. Some have turned off USB debugging and were able to get into recovery. I had to flash an older version of recovery (2.5.0.7)

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    I tried turning off usb debugging, but still no luck. How do I flash an older version of recovery? I guess through rom manager
     
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    ROM Manager. Scroll down to the bottom and select flash alternate recovery.

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    When I go to flash alternate recovery, it's browned out and it says " no alternate recovery available ".

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    Try this version. I had to use it to flash the recovery. The newest one wouldn't work for me.

    http://db.tt/WHMaxK2P

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