Stock Recovery? Help cant get into phone!

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    Im on my MIUI and flashed the battery fix and now it has begun to restart right when it gets to the lockscreen so I cant get into the phone. Can I use the stock recovery to re flash MIUI? I dont know how to fix this.
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    When you hold down the up button on your keyboard and press power button it should boot you to the sbf screen(meaning your pc will recognize your phone) and you can sbf it back to stock.
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    Rev's trick for getting into clockwork recovery, assuming you flashed it with Dx 2nd init from Rom manager...
    On a computer with adb installed

    adb shell "echo 1 > /data/.recovery_mode; sync;"
    adb reboot
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    I flashed that fix and never had any issues...before SBF or other more extreme options, you can try booting into stock recovery and wipe data/cache.

    Remove battery
    Re-insert it
    Boot up holding Power and X button on the keyboard
    When the Triangle appears press the Search (magnifying glass) button on the keyboard
    Select the wipe data/factory reset option
    Reboot and see if it will boot up.

    If not, SBF, root w/Z4 root, install D2 Bootstrapper, boot into CW Recovery and restore your nandroid backup. You DID make a backup before applying the battery update, right?! :) If not, lesson learned...
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    Thanks for all the advice. I ended up trying to wipe data and cache in the stock recovery. That caused me to bootloop for some reason. I just ended up SBFing and everythings all good now (I had made a backup before flashing the battery fix).

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