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Stuck on bootloop

Discussion in 'Droid Rooted Help' started by jim2244, Sep 21, 2010.

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    i know it was extremely retarded to just mess with the rm but i had installed cyanogen mod and it worked alright, i went back to normal and i was going to put it back later on, however when i went to install off of sd i think i clicked the wrong file because it was stuck at the cyanogen bootloop, its rooted of course, any way to fix this without clearing everything? i did have a backup which for some reason didnt work when i selected every option from the nandroid advanced recovery. any advice or more info
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    Wipe Data and cache then restore your backup
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    dam =\ i was trying to keep the data on it but it ended up having to do that, i did that unbrick that was posted on here that reset everything, thank god it kept my calendar stuff :) guessin that type of data is saved via google?
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    Yep, calendar, gmail, contacts...etc
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    OP, check out MyBackUp Pro and Titanium. These apps are paid but will keep your data.