Yes, unfortunately you will have to flash the official Android firmware on your device.
In this way you will be able to restore the stock restrictions and default settings and your smartphone / tablet will be restored to its initial state.
Now, during the following list I will show you how to properly update your Android device with a custom ROM firmware.
So, now you know how to properly install a custom ROM firmware.
Usually, the boot loop problem is occurring when flashing custom ROMs; you should know that after updating with the firmware, a wipe is being required.
If you somehow skip the wipe, your phone will keep rebooting.
In case after flashing a custom ROM, your handset enters right to recovery mode, then you can try to wipe the system and see the results.
But, most likely the wiping solution will not work here.
Therefore, you will have to re-install the firmware on your phone, or to choose another software suitable with your smartphone / tablet.But first do remember that the solutions described during the following lines might, or might not work for your smartphone / tablet; also we shouldn’t be held responsible if you can’t fix your Android handset.Do take note that operations like rooting, installing a custom ROM and so on are unofficial ones and by completing the same the warranty of your device gets voided.You see, after using your SD card for a while, it might get corrupted, meaning that you will stock data on it without obtaining any kind of result.So, you might resolve your problems by formatting the SD card.
Well, during the present step by step guide I will show you how to easily fix the most common issues related to the Android OS and bringing you device back to life.