Droid 2 possibly screwed.
Alright guys, I'm suffering from a major problem and I need your help.
Two days ago, I convinced my friend to let me root and flash his Droid 2. As I've rooted and flashed two phones in the past, I was fairly certain I would succeed.
After finishing the root, I flashed Apex 1.4.1 to get to something that had the Gingerbread leak. Then, and here's where I undoubtedly messed up, I flashed Apex 2.0 over that after a quick factory reset.
So, now it hangs at the Google bootscreen, and I have a very angry friend on my tail. Doing another factory reset/cache wipe does nothing. No matter how many times I battery pull, I can't get Clockworkmod to pop up. (I REALLY wish there was just an update.zip file I could use...)
So, I resorted to SBFing. After multiple failed attempts with TBH's file and the latest version of RSDlite + the Motorola drivers, I resorted to using the Linux live CD method, and that failed, as well.
Every time I try, I just get error FEBE 0047. I can still boot into the recovery and bootloader as if nothing happened, though.
So, I'm stuck. This is the error I get off of RSDlite. [Device ID: 0] Phone: Error sending JUMP command Device API Error: 0xE0020047 Address: 0x82000000 Command: JUMP
Any, ANY sort of help would be most appreciated. I really don't want to tell one of my best friends that I ruined his phone and force him to make a warranty claim.