If you are an android user and most of the times testing Custom ROMs on your device or install some android tweaks, then you know what a Android bootloop issue is. Most of the android users face this problem when they flash new custom rom or recovery. At this time your device keeps rebooting into the recovery mode instead of the normal mode or stuck in the android boot screen. Once of the most common problem for the android users. Today in this we’ll show you how can came out form this situation and fix your android device. The process is very simple and takes a few minutes to solve the Android Bootloop issue. Below is the guide which helps you to fixing the boot loop issue on stock recovery and custom recovery.
How to Fix Bootloop in Stock Recovery
If your device is running on the stock recovery, then follow this guide. Switch off your android and boot the device in recovery mode. To do so, you need to hold down a key combination that will take you to the Recovery mode. Search google.com to enter the recovery mode on your device.
Once you are on the android stock recovery main menu, go to the option that says “Wipe data/factory reset.” This option will factory reset your device. Hit “Yes” when you are prompted to confirm your action. Once it will done, go back and restart your device by hitting ‘Reboot System Now’ option.
Fix Android Bootloop in Custom Recovery
If your device is running on custom recovery like CWM or TWRP then follow this guide. Switch off your mobile or tablet and boot your device in recovery mode. As mentioned above, you need to find the right key combination for your device to get into Recovery mode.
Once you are on the custom recovery screen. Next, take the following steps using the Recovery Options:
– Wipe data/Factory reset
– Wipe cache partition
– Go to Advance and Wipe dalvick cache
That’s it! Now your bootloop issue should now be solved and your device should boot up in normal mode.