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HTC Rezound Network-Related Bootlooping Problem Now Has a Fix
A little boot-looping on your brand new HTC Rezound got you down? Well, it’s time to turn that frown upside down because there’s now a fix for it.
XDA Senior Member jayochs has released a how-to on getting the boot loops stopped without requiring a factory reset. Initially, no one knew what caused the boot loops but after some digging, it was found out that it was network-related. jayoch says:
*#*#4636#*#* Under phone info you will find that the network is factory set to WCDMA Preferred… I guess the SIM card decides sometime along the way that it doesn’t like that much… Setting the network to CDMA EVDO/LTE – Auto completely corrects the problem
Oh those silly SIM cards, when will they learn? If you’re having some HTC Rezound boot-looping woes and need some help fixing it, you can find a complete set of instructions, explanations and even a nifty little Android app that will get you to the phone menu without needing to type codes into the phone dialer right here in the original thread . If the fix happens not to work, there’s a plethora of other methods in the user comments to try out as well. There’s more than one way to skin a cat, the old saying goes.
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