I sold my friend my old Droid X and he doesn't want a custom ROM (he's not much of a tech guy). Well, it's been a seemingly never ending battle. At first, I was stuck in boot loop and when I went into bootloader it said that the battery was low and couldn't program, so I spliced a USB cable and got it to think it was charged so that I could use ezSBF. After some fiddling around, I finally got that working and now it boots up with the Motorola bootscreen.
Now, however, if I plug it into my computer it allows me to get into the bootloader where I wiped data, wiped cache, and did a reboot. After rebooting, it just goes to a battery screen that shows a question mark. I can't seem to do anything from there. While plugged into the computer, the green charge light does not come on.
If I plug it into the wall, the green charge light does come one... but I can't do ANYTHING. If I press the power button or anything else for that matter, it doesn't respond to anything.
If the device is unplugged, it's also unresponsive.
As someone who's rooted many phones before, I never thought reverting it back to stock would take me well over 8 hours of fiddling around and reading other forum posts.
Can anyone point me in the right direction? Right now it seems like I'm just banging my head up against a wall