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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by jessie2010, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. jessie2010
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    my motorola droid will not boot up. all i get on screen is...

    bootloader
    2c.6c

    battery ok
    ok to program
    connect usb
    data cable


    any suggestions on how to fix. the phone is only about 6 weeks old. never been wet or dropped.

    thanks
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    This is the screen I get when my USB cable is connected to my laptop when I tried to boot my DROID. I'm assuming your DROID is not connected to the USB cable. But perhaps there is something in the USB port that is shorting it out, or something. Try blowing in there and see if it'll boot then. Sounds weird I know ... it's all I can think of.
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    I was gonna give my Geocoords, but the Droid crash
    I just had this happen. I turned it off and back on again.

    [​IMG]
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    I just had this happen also ... no fix???
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    I have the same Issue

    I have the same problem, every time i try to restart my Droid i get
    Bootloader
    2c,6c





    battery ok
    Ok to program
    connect usb
    data cable

    The only way i have been able to get my phone to boot is to turn it off and on over and over until it finally completes the boot sequence. I really want better solution to this problem because it seems that i have to restart the thing pretty regularly because of other issues
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    I just had this happen to me today. I was charging my phone in my car and this morning I came out and it had this error, but mine stated Charging Low Battery. If we can pinpoint the reason we can help others. I'm running Smoked Glass Rom, 0.99.3.b SirPsycho. Those would be the only things that would cause any issues I would think.
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    Maybe verizon is trying to push an update and it's messing with some rooted phones? lmao
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    You know I was actually thinking that. When was the first push done for 2.0.1? If it's around the same time as those other posts, then we may be right.
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    I just got the same message on my phone. I've only had it about 4 months if that.
    My wife and I have the same phone, but unfortunately I can't find out if hers is doing the same thing.
    I do think the problem is related to either the type of usb cord used to connect to a PC or that it could have something to do with the operating system. Today was the first time I ever plugged my phone into a PC with Windows 7 to receive a charge.
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    I still stand by the fact that it's with each push. Mine was plugged into my car charger but the car was off so it wasn't charging and i found my phone with the error. Dunno...
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    I don't know how many people other than myself had this issue, but I was able to clear it up after tons of frustration. My error was slightly different (it said CODE CORRUPT under the boot loader numbers) but all that it needed to work again was:
    1. Removing the battery and MicroSD card.
    2. Replacing the battery after about a minute
    3. Booting (past the error) and properly shutting the phone down from the menu.
    4. Remove battery, replace MicroSD, replace battery, reboot and serve.

    Boots and reboots fine for me now.
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    I'm glad you fixed your problem, but no one else in this thread seemed to post whether or not their phones have been modified from the original OS or not. I'm interested if it was a Verizon thing conflicting with user modifications such as rooting as ROM upgrades or if it was something else.
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    My phone was stock except for forcing the 2.1 update with the file from google. I did not have it rooted, themed, or modified at all.
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    I just had this problem this morning, but mine was easily fixed. I pulled the battery and sd card, then replaced battery and booted it. Turned off phone and replaced my sd card and all was good!
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    My phone is less than 2 months old. I love it and it does everything I need for business and pleasure. However Friday I got the update for 2.1 notification and began the install.

    I accepted the update and the phone went to reboot after about 10 minutes of loading and install OTA.

    The screen remained on the Droid "eye" screen for over an hour during the reboot. I plugged in the phone to the wall during this time and waited another hour.

    After hour 2 I tried to turn off the phone. It wouldn't shut down. After another 20 minutes I decided to pull the battery.

    I reinstalled the battery, got the Motorola "M" logo and then it booted up fine to homescreen. Phone froze at home screen. Could not touch anything including apps, app drawer, phone button, hard keys such as menu etc... In other words it was a very pretty electronic paperweight.

    Repeated the above two steps for about an hour and then after my 10th or 11th attempt to remove the battery I got the boot loader screen with the error in this thread upon power up.

    Pulled battery and SD card. Replaced battery and turned on phone. Got Motorola "M" logo. Then boot loader.

    Repeated until Sunday and gave up after searching all the forums and trying every trick including reflash. Called Verizon warranty center.

    Tried booting to safe mode and doing hard reset per Tech instructions. Would not boot to safe mode and could not get to home screen to reset the phone.

    Called Verizon again this morning and they are overnighting me a new Droid. When it arrives I have to use my current battery, insert it into phone and boot up. Then send my current brick back to Verizon.

    For the record, my phone liquid indicator shows no signs of water. Meaning its White with solid Red "X's" as is the battery's indicator. I've not dropped it, its never been wet or even used in the snow or brought into the bathroom during a shower. I've also never rooted the phone or installed non market approved apps or anything silly like the picture generating apps for phone calls. (whatever those are) I've babied it and read that most users had no troubles with the update.

    Has anyone else had something similar?

    I'm really happy they are over nighting me a new phone. It gives me some confidence in their customer service.
    Last edited: Apr 5, 2010
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    the solution

    so i work for verizon wireless... and this happened to my own personal phone.. what verizon has to say about it is on the motorola droid when u see that screen it means one of the pins in the charging port is being bent the wrong way. What you have to do is call verizon and talk to tech support, if the phone is still under warranty they will send u a warranty replacement phone. You need to get it fixed soon tho because it can cause issues with the software to wear u have a brick for a phone. nobody wants that!

    Kalin Honomichl dancedroid
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    Cool thanks for the info! I'm sure if it came down to it, I would do the same thing if my phone wasn't working, but at least I have an idea of what might cause this problem.
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    Okay, my droid took a spill. The screen cracked, thus voiding the warranty. If I take it to verizon, they won't do anything because of this issue as far as I know. Please, correct me if I'm wrong. I'm getting the the bootloader screen, with a flashing "Battery Low" and "Cannot Program" text. What do I do now?
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    @pbclown459 if u have been having trouble with ur phone causeing u to turn it on and off a lot u may have drained the batvery faster than normal. I had the battery issue several times now, I have success in charging with different methods each time. One is use power outlet not the computer use to charge, charge it in that bootloader screen u see because it won't charge during a bootloop or stuck MOTO logo (seemingly won't charge anyway). One time that worked another it didn't. I let my battery go too low and it won't charge enough to stay on but has to be on while charging, so getting a new use data cable that is thicker has helped people because the provided ones are not the best for charging dead batteries. I plug mine into the computer to charge, take battery out to force it off, put battery back in and this allows me to charge while phone is off without turning itself back on. The easiest way, if u could boot up, is to turn it off while plugged into the computer it will stay off and charge. Remember a dead lithium ion charges at less than half the rate of a charged one, at 0% it seems to trickle charge very slowly with the provided cables.


    Please consider buying a battery charger that u put the battery in, not plug into the phone, it eliminates the need for multiple trial and error attempts if you are unsuccessful. It is important to have a sufficient battery charge to flash your phone to a working state, as you might be able to recover by flashing with RSD lite, by Motorola. It is not recommended. unless you tried everything else in these forums and only if u read and understand the entire thread on this forum that provides the warnings, instructions, and downloads. Sorry no link provided.


    I have probably made an attempt to correct all typos in this post, MOTO Droid keyboard has got me pressing the wrong keys I'm still practicing with it, its nothing like my awesome XV6700 keyboard, so forgive me if anything is unreadable.
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    Same problem here. Needless to say, I have voided my warranty. i have rebooted a hundred times and I still get the 2c.6c screen. I have pulled the battery and the sd card booted and still the same debugging screen. I have replaced just the battery and still the same screen. replaced both and still the same screen.

    Is there truly no fix for this?
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