Last edited by sephtin; 12-21-2010 at 11:20 AM.
I can't get RDS to recognize my phone. I have tried it on two different computers and have tried the Linux approach.
My computer used to recognize the phone before this problem... now it only says: "one of the USB devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned, and windows does not recognize it"
The green led is on when plugged into the usb port and it won't stay on the bootloader screen. Does this mean that the battery is too low to perform the flash?
What should I do?
How do you have bootloader 29.01? Didn't it ship with 30.01? I have no idea...although, anything newer should work on an older bootloader... I'd just OTA up the ladder if I were you
If you've just rooted read this before doing anything else:
Droid X Koush Bootstrap Backup/Restore Tutorial
If your phone is bricked read this:
Complete Droid X .sbf Flashing Tutorial
Get back to stock:
Stock "M" Boot Image for Droid X
Change "Verizon Wireless" Display Text on Your Droid X
maderstcok 2.3.340 OTA upate.zip
Ok just went through the SBF. but it looks like RSD froze up at the end. It says "Please manually restart you phone" but it booted up by itself. I restarted it and it is RSD still says please manually restart. I feel like it is safe to unplug but I wanted to ask.
I attached the screen shot.
Also I was surprised to see all of my apps still on the phone. I thought the SBF would clear the data. Should I factory reset so it is totally clean?
If you were on a blur ROM, you might be ok not clearing data/cache... but it's always recommended.
Sent using the DF app, from a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away
What gives? I'm trying to reflash/restore factory state so I can get the 2.3.340 OTA update
Also, without wiping data/cache, you can still take the OTA. It doesn't do anything with /data /cache either.