Bootloader code corrupt.. Help!

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  1. RighteousAura

    RighteousAura New Member

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    Today I pulled my sd card out for a minute and when I put it back in and powered the phone back up it went straight to the bootloader.. I tried a battery pull and all but every time I started the phone it just went to the bootloader. So then I tried to do an sbf recovery but it failed part way through and now it says bootloader code corrupt cannot program. Should I just take it back to verizon? and if that's the case is there anything I can do to conceal the fact it was rooted and running a custom rom?
     
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    Try booting without the SD card, or with another one...
     
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    I tried without the sd.. same result.
     
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    Use RSDLite to flash the 2.0.1 SBF and start fresh...Look in one of the sticky threads in this forum on how to do it.
     
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    It will not let me flash the sbf. It says code corrupt cannot program.
     
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    Did you boot into the bootloader and then try to flash? Are you using RSD Lite to flash the SBF?
     
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    Yes, I am in bootloader my phone automatically goes into whenever the phone is powered on.. and yes I am using RSD Lite.. I have done this before and it worked fine however this time it will not allow me to flash the sbf.
     
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    Try booting while holding the d-pad and see if that works...if not maybe you need a trip to the verizon for warranty exchange...
     
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    It doesn't matter if I hit the d-pad or not it does the same thing.. I figured I was probably going to have to take it to verizon... I just wanted to see if there was anything else I could try before resorting to that.
     
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    I am not sure what else you can do. I thought RSD was suppose to fix stuff like that. One my bootloader got corrupted thats all I did...sorry could not have been more help.
     
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