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    i have no clue of what to read when i click on the link, lost with all whats on there. at the moment my phone keeps lighting up every now and the but still saying battery low
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    #12
    if the light is not staying on, it's not charging

    wiki/ left side/ tools/ sbf/ how to
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    SBF How-To

    Note: According to the documentation it's not required to boot the phone into the SBF loader. However, the author of this article had no success with starting the flashing process straight from the stock Blur firmware.
    • Charge the battery. This is important: you don't want the phone die during the flashing process, as there is no way to charge the phone using the supplied charger once you can't boot into the OS.
    • Start RSDLite. Choose the image by pressing the button labelled “…” next to the Filename box. Once the image is loaded (which takes a few seconds and the program stops responding to user for that short while), the File Properties will display information related to the image file you loaded.
    • Boot the phone into SBF loader:
      • Power down the phone.
      • Slide the keyboard out.
      • Press and hold the up arrow (↑) key.
      • Press the lock/power button.
      • Once the SBF loader screen pops up, release the up arrow key.
    • The screen will show:

    BootloaderD0.11Battery OKOK to ProgramConnect USBData Cable
    • Connect the phone to your PC. It should appear in RSDLite window's bottom section. There will be no information displayed about the model and IMEI/MEID of the device.
    • Press Start in RSDLite. The flashing process will begin.
    Note: Under certain circumstances (especially when using Windows Vista and Windows 7) there might be a problem with not all device drivers being installed correctly. In such case, the flashing process will abort, and your phone won't be able to boot normally. RSDLite shows the following error message:

    Error switching phone to BP Pass through modeTo get around this issue, once you get a Device driver could not be installed message from Windows, don't close RSDLite nor power off the phone. Start Motorola Driver Installer once again, and let it finish. Then if RSDLite didn't timeout yet, head to Device Manager, find theUnknown device, and in its properties' Driver tab click Update driver…. It should now install normally. If RSDLite timed out and you got an error from it, just repeat the SBF process. The driver should now be present, and the flashing process will finish normally.
    • Once the flashing process is complete, RSDLite will tell you to “power the phone up manually”. In most cases you won't be able to do this straight as instructed: the phone will be bootlooping. Take the battery out, and then place it back in. Press the lock/power button: the phone should boot normally.
    • Close RSDLite. Disregard the warning about flashing not being completed since your phone has already booted into Android.
    In case you still get bootloops after pulling the battery, refer to Android Recovery.
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    dude i want to thank u so much for your time and effort just totally cant do it, battery is not charging at all! if i could wire my charger directly to the battery maybe but i dont know if that would even work
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    just be careful
    you can fry you battery and/or phone
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=892026
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    dude i got it to battery ok ok to program ran the sbf and it failed
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    which sbf did you use?
    rsd errors?
    bootloader errors?
    mem blank error?
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    Droid2we_x6_2.4.29
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    #18
    did you unzip file first, use 7zip
    use 608 sbf, if you get a
    mem blank error, you need 629 aka 2.3.4-4.5.1_57
    edit: 2.4.29 is fine as long as you don't see bootloader error, mem blank error

    try ezSBF
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    this seems pretty easy to do, i will give it a try. I have a new phone comeing on monday but im lost without my phone on weekend
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