I just signed up for this forum and I'm new to the DroidX2, so please go easy on me.
Here's the deal: I just got this new DX2 for work on Monday and, by Friday, leave it to me to get a new toy and "break" it!
Reading thru the forum posts throughout the week, I taught myself how to root this guy, and was even able to flash Eclipse v2.0.1. so I thought I was catching on pretty well...'til Friday night.
While I was uninstalling all the bloatware, I accidentally removed the "contacts sync" and "contacts storage" apps. Needless to say, the process com.motorola.contacts is fc'ing now. (At least I know what I did if that helps).
I thought I could restore the deleted files simply by going into android recovery and doing an "erase data/factory reset", but that didn't bring back com.motorola.contacts.
However, the phone does continue to boot up normally into the Eclipse ROM and goes to the home screen w/o issue. I tried re-installing my corporate account settings again, but the second the settings are validated and the work contacts syncing begins, I get the force close message again.
From reading some of the other posts, I hearing some people say to:
1. flash a stock recovery image (not sure how to do this -- if someone would be so kind as to provide some instructions, I'll do my best to follow them)
2. install a "Yahoo Mail Authenticator" (not sure if this applies to me since I don't have a Yahoo account but, pardon my "newbiness"...enlighten me please.
3. install some sort of system image file
4. install some .apk file(s) from somewhere
Unfortunately, I don't have a backup file to fall back on yet as I just finished flashing the ROM, and was planning on using ROM Manager/Toolbox to do this (until this contacts issue happened)
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide...I'm prepared to do whatever it takes to get this fixed as the phone is new & there is nothing of value on it (yet). Finally, I'm glad my boss is going on vacation starting next Monday!!