This is for my girlfriend's Motorola Droid, unrooted. We woke up this morning, and it was working fine, as the alarm went off. She got up and drove for a couple hours (we're truck drivers) and when she pulled the phone out of her pocket to use it, it gave her:
OK to program
We had this happen before, last November, when the phone was dropped. So, I woke up and booted my laptop, and plugged her phone in. Now it says "Transfer mode: USB" but unlike last time, rebooting the phone won't bring it back.
I can't get it to come back at all. I've rebooted it several times, hooked it to the laptop in various ways (off before hooking, on before hooking, etc) and it's still stuck on bootloader. I even swapped the battery with my Droid, thinking it might help. I've also taken the battery out for several minutes, but nothing. And, I tried booting without the SD card, thinking it might be the problem. Still nothing.
When I attach it to my laptop, it tells me it found new hardware. SE Flash OMAP3430 MI, but it's not anything I've ever encountered before.
Suggestions? My girlfriend says she may try to back everything up from her SD card and reset the phone to the factory standard, but that's a last resort.