How To Fix Phone Stuck In Fastboot Mode After Flashing Stock ROM

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This guide will help you to solve the problem of getting stuck after flashing the stock room in the fastboot mode of your phone. There are many benefits to using an open-source platform like Android. You can do many things with Android, including the ability to flash TWRP or gain administrative access via Magisk. But, the best feature for many users is the ability to flash custom ROMs.

These custom ROMs can be used to unlock a lot of new items and upgrade your OS longer than your OEM. Sometimes that can be a problem. When this happens, you can return to the stock ecosystem via fastboot commands and OEM-designated devices. Even in this process, problems have their part.
Some users have expressed concern. They can successfully flash stock firmware, but it does not work when they boot the device. Looks like they’re stuck in a boot loop. Don’t worry if you have this problem. This guide will explain how to solve the problem of fast boot mode after flashing the stock firmware. Let’s get to that.

Fix: Phone Stuck in Fastboot Mode after flashing Stock ROM

Disclaimer: The instructions below are divided into sections for ease of understanding. If your alarm goes off, you are not woken by it, or your data is lost, we won’t be responsible.

STEP 1: Install Android SDK

First and foremost, you will have to install the Android SDK Platform Tools on your PC. This is the official ADB and Fastboot binary provided by Google and is the only recommended one. So download it and then extract it to any convenient location on your PC. Doing so will give you the platform-tools folder, which will be used throughout this guide.

STEP 2: Boot to Fastboot Mode

In most cases, your device will already be booted to Fastboot Mode. However, if that is not the case, you may have to take the help of a workaround to boot to this mode. For that, power it off and then press and hold the Power and Volume Up keys (or Volume Down in some devices) for a few seconds, and your device will be booted to Fastboot Mode. [Since you wouldn’t be able to access the OS, you wouldn’t be able to use the ADB reboot bootloader command].

STEP 3: Clear Fastboot fb_mode

1. To begin with, connect your device to the PC via a USB cable. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled. (Check out how to enable USB debugging on Xiaomi or any other Android device.)

2. Then head over to the platform-tools folder, type in CMD in the address bar, and hit Enter. This will launch the Command Prompt.

3. Now type in the following command in the CMD window to clear the Fastboot fb_mode:

fastboot oem fb_mode_clear

4. Once that is done, execute the below command to boot the device to the OS:

fastboot reboot

That’s it. This should have fixed the issue of the phone being stuck in the Fastboot Mode after flashing the stock firmware. So what did we do just now? Well, by default, the device obeys the fastboot oem fb_mode_set command, which instructs the device to boot to Fastboot Mode. So we had to execute the fastboot oem fb_mode_clear command to reset this mode, and hence the device will boot to the OS. On that note, we round off this guide. All your queries are welcomed in the comments section.

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