Well, I don't know what to do anymore. Neither RSD Lite nor both the computers I'm trying to do this on will detect the phone whatsoever. I have the correct and newest drivers installed but the USB notification sound doesn't even go off. It doesn't show under Device Manager either. Thing is the phone detects when the USB is connected which I don't get.
Last edited by Joomla12; 06-21-2011 at 09:35 AM.
Step 3 is important. RSDLite will not work correctly (in my experience) if you don't run as administrator, but it won't throw any errors that let you know what is wrong.
I think RSDLite can also have problems on 64-bit operating systems, but I don't recall where I read that or what issues it caused.
The video on the post is also really useful. Hope this helps.
Last edited by Phergy; 06-21-2011 at 09:36 AM. Reason: clarity.
I could never get RSD Lite to work for me, and I tried everything possible. I am running Windows 7 64bit. I had to resort to using Linux and SBF'ing that way (which I know isn't an option for everyone...).
Droid 2 Liquid Gingerbread 2.6
Turns out RSD Lite wasn't the issue, it was the USB cable I was using...for some reason the one from Motorola won't work but an LG cable will.
Also, I'd prefer doing this on Linux but I don't have my laptop with me. At any rate, the flashing process is working so far. I turned off UAC and am running RSD Lite in XP SP3 mode.