So I got a used D2G fairly cheap on ebay and it worked flawlessly, then I started tinkering with it and started noticing a minor glitch with the launcher. After researching and trying different options I decided that the only option was to flash an sbf (which I had done before with my Droid 1). So I downloaded and flashed the latest Froyo sbf that I could find and everything went smoothly but now when it loads the android OS it gets to the stupid media sync screen and tries to sync which (of course) fails because I haven't setup a wireless connection on the device yet. But instead of just failing and going away the media sync shows a force close prompt and when I click the FC button it just sits there almost unresponsive for several seconds (sometimes a whole minute) and then it shows "sync is taking longer than expected and will continue running in the background" ...why? On that screen there's a COMPLETELY unresponsive "OK" button. When I click the home, menu, back, or search buttons on the bottom the phone registers the click because it vibrates but the OS doesn't respond to them. I can drag the notification bar down but when I click the USB Connect button I don't get that menu option of PC Mode, Charge Only, USB Transfer, etc.
I tried booting the phone into safe-mode but I get the exact same result and problem. At his point this D2G is a brick and even the sbf won't fix it.
Another issue is that if I go into recovery mode when I press Vol+ & the Camera button nothing happens. I can't even use recovery mode to re-wipe the phone. What gives? Is this the kind of crap Motorola is putting out now? I never had this much problem with my Droid 1
What other options do I have at this point, if any? Please help, I'm about ready to punch a wall.