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Stuck on Moboot screen

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OP haccumchu

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Posted 23 December 2011 - 10:42 AM #1

When I tried to reboot from CyanogenMod to web os, I got to the moboot screen. When I went to select webos, the countdown stopped and now I can't select boot to webos. The volume button works fine, but I can't select anything with the home button so I am stuck at the screen. If anybody knows how to fix this I would really appreciate it!!
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nevertells

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Posted 23 December 2011 - 01:03 PM #2

When I tried to reboot from CyanogenMod to web os, I got to the moboot screen. When I went to select webos, the countdown stopped and now I can't select boot to webos. The volume button works fine, but I can't select anything with the home button so I am stuck at the screen. If anybody knows how to fix this I would really appreciate it!!


Can you select anything else? Try reinstalling Moboot.
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jcsullins

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Posted 23 December 2011 - 03:41 PM #3

When I tried to reboot from CyanogenMod to web os, I got to the moboot screen. When I went to select webos, the countdown stopped and now I can't select boot to webos. The volume button works fine, but I can't select anything with the home button so I am stuck at the screen. If anybody knows how to fix this I would really appreciate it!!


Maybe the home button is defective? Try holding Power+Home for 30 seconds.
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dmt0

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Posted 04 February 2012 - 12:16 PM #4

Maybe the home button is defective? Try holding Power+Home for 30 seconds.


I'm in the same situation. Tried your suggestion - no effect. Is there anything else I can do or do I have to wait for battery to run out?
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rohan

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Posted 04 February 2012 - 12:38 PM #5

Try holding the power button then pressing the home button 10 times rapidly. And only do it 10 times, no more, or no less. And do it rapidly.
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dmt0

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Posted 04 February 2012 - 12:58 PM #6

Try holding the power button then pressing the home button 10 times rapidly. And only do it 10 times, no more, or no less. And do it rapidly.


Tried several times with different kinds of "rapidly", no result.
Maybe my home button is faulty - it does feel unusual to press, but I do believe it worked 10 minute ago...
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dmt0

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Posted 04 February 2012 - 01:14 PM #7

Very interesting - pried open the case, looked around, nothing seemed suspicious and not much access to the home button to see if it works. Closed the case back - and now the home button "just worked".
In either case, thanks for the answers guys!
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