Stuck in Android Bootloop? Here is How to Fix it

You probably would be desperate and worried about your Android phone or tablet, because of the bootloop error you’ve got on your device, You’ll face these common errors, if you’re an advanced Android user, advance in that sense, like Rooting, Installing Custom ROMs, Kernels and other Mods.

If you’re stuck in Bootloop! Then there is no need to worried about this issue, as these sorts of errors can be easily fixed. Bootloop errors can occur on both Rooted and Stock Android Phones and Tablets, and therefore both have slightly different solutions to fix the errors, in our step by step instructions tutorial, we will first try show you, How you can Fix Or Recover Android Boot Loop On Stock and then Rooted Device.

Steps to fix boot loop issues on stock Android

Here are the step-by-step instructions to fix any Android device stuck on the boot loop screen. I have written a general and detailed guide that applies to all Android phones including Samsung Galaxy (S7, S6 Edge, S5, Note 5, Note 4, Note 3) LG (G5, G4, G3, LG V20) Google Pixel and Nexus and all HTC phones.

Step 1: First of all, remove the battery from your phone or tablet and wait for almost 2 to 3 minutes. What if your device does not have a removable battery? Well, then you can power off it for almost 4 to 5 minutes.

Step 2: Now you need to boot into Stock Recovery Mode by pressing and holding the Volume Up+Home+Power buttons at the same time for a few seconds until you see the Android Recovery menu on your screen.

Step 3: You’ll be using the Volume Up/Down to switch between different options and Power button to select your desired option.

Step 4: Now select the Wipe data/Factory Reset option and confirm it.

Step 5: Additionally, also take the following actions:

– Wipe cache partition
– Go to Advance and Wipe Dalvik cache

6. Now Go back to the main Recovery menu and Select the option Reboot System Now to Reboot your phone.

Hopefully, once your phone reboots, you should have successfully got recovered from Bootloop. If you have got Root Access and Installed Custom Recovery (ClockworkMod or TWRP), then follow the below instructions.

Steps to fix boot loop issues on Rooted Android

If your phone is already rooted, you can try out the the instructions below to get rid of boot loop.

Step 1: Just like before, as we stated earlier, remove the Battery from your device or if it is not removable then keep your device turned off for 4 to 5 minutes.

Step 2: Reboot your phone or tablet into Custom Recovery Mode. (Step are same as we have instructed you in the above instructions)

Step 3: Next, take the following steps using the Recovery Options:

– Wipe data/Factory reset
– Wipe cache partition
– Go to Advance and Wipe Dalvik cache

Step 4: Head over to the main menu and Reboot your phone using the option Reboot phone using the Recovery Option.

That’s if folks, It was again, an easy tutorial, showing you, How to get rid or Recovered from the Bootloop on your stock and rooted Android. Do let us know in the comment section, how things went for you on the other side if you do need further support let us know.

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