biit into clockwors recovery from shut down state.

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM D2' started by Cstryon, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. Cstryon
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    So I could have screwed myself. I lowered the voltages too ow and seem to be in a bootloop. my phone gets to the lockscreen and shows my wallpaper, but beforte I can do anything it reboots. I have a recent back up that I did before tweaking my settings (lesson learned). I was wondering if anyone knows how to get into clockwork recovery from shutdown. I tried, power and volume, it took me to the bootloader. I tried power and x, and it took me to the blue recovery (I'll call it blue because I don't know what it is exactly.) Does anyone know of a proper way to get it recovery so I can load my backu? Or maybe a different way to load a backup?
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    Sounds like you may have to sbf. To do so, boot into the bootloader (Hold the up key and press power), and follow the directions here:

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-2-hacks/91760-droid-2-hacking-rom-install-class.html

    I just sbf'd about a week ago, and I kinda had to search around for an active link with the sbf file, but other than that it wasn't too hard.

    Also, RSDLite didn't work on Windows 7 for me. It says in that post that if you "Run as Administrator" it should work, but I had to use XP to get it to recognize my phone.

    Once you sbf, you can re-root, install clockwork recovery, and reload your backup. But I don't know any other way you're going to get into recovery right now.

    If you have any other questions, let me know.
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    Turn ur phone off and turn it back on. Right after ur phone goes from the splash screen to the boot animation pull the battery. It may take a few trys but it should eventually boot in to clockwork

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    try booting with the sd card out