Baseband flash for noobs????

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by tony1208, Mar 19, 2010.

  1. bill1253

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    I flashed my droid this morning and it worked the first time. I got the updated radio. Used laptop with win 7 32 bit.
     
    #37 bill1253, Mar 20, 2010
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    win7 32bit latest moto 4.5 drivers, worked first time for me too
     
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    Guys could someone explain what is the advantage of doing this? Have flashed using rsd lite before to change the motorola logo. The process seems similar. Before I try it wanna know what the point is? Thanks
     
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    Yes. But everyone time I turn it on, I get...

    Bootloader
    2C.6C
    Code Corrupt
    Battery Low
    Cannot Program

    I left it sit on the USB charger for four hours, then on the wall charger for seven hours. Same message each time.

    -Mike
     
  5. adrynalyne

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    We used to do this with the Omnia...

    Take the battery out and just power it via usb. No idea if it will work, of course.
     
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    Please check your data before posting something like this.

    Note the release notes version in your post.
     
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    It won't power up.

    The 2C.6C? I don't know if that is wrong or not.

    -Mike
     
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    I hate RSD Lite. It refuses to even let me click start. Detects my phone. Will not do anything with the sbf file.
     
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    sorry adrynalyne
    I was just looking at the baseband which was right but wrong rom
     
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    Oh no, I was replying to the poster who posted up the 2.0.1 changes.
     
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    Did you unzip it?
    The one I dl was zipped and needed to be extracted.
     
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    Actually thats an older baseband.
     
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