Backflip does't boot past at&t logo and is stuck in a loop
Phone was turned off for about 3 weeks. When I tried to turn it on the phone did not load as usual, it got past the at&t logo then it got to motoblur and then it restart this process again. It's been stuck in this loop. The phone is not rooted or neither been tried to.
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A loop is when you boot the phone and it get stuck in the logo, and it never gets to open.
If the phone is IOS, you need to restore the phone by plugging it to the computer and using iTune.
If its an Android phone, you need to hard reset the phone, but I'm not able to help you how to because there is no details about the phone. But you can always search for: How to hard reset (phone model).
If the Apple logo keeps flashing and never does anything, it is most likely stuck in a boot loop. You can try reinstalling the OS by connecting it to your computer, but if that doesn't work, the boot loop is most likely caused by a hardware failure.
Hi, try pressing the power button and holding it for 10 seconds. Then wait a while. Turn it back on, you may press F12 or other key when the Samsung Logo appears (before Windows Logo) to see the boot options. Choose the one to check for any errors or anything else - Run diagnostics. Then also you may scan your hard drive for any failures.
Are you familiar with wireshark or other packet sniffers? You might consider running wireshark on the network to see exactly what the phone is doing when it boots. It might be configured to connect to a TFTP server or something on boot, to look for a firmware or config file update.