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When I turn on my g1 it stops at the android screen and keeps cycling and will not boot up. What do I do?

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Easy i just figured it out with my g1 and g2 both with the same problem. The solution is this: Try taking out the battery put it back in. press and hold the power+home butto. a screen will show then press the power and home button agian. It will then give you a choise to whip out ur memery to factory settings and it should work after.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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    das for the g2. Now the g1 is similar but then u would open the key and press back return and home

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