Brick! Help please!

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    Ok so I had Bugless Beast 0.8(ESE53) with sirphysico 99.2b recovery. I then installed clockwork 1.6.9 recovery so I could try the cyanogen mod. I made a backup of bb and then I installed the cyanogen mod. I didn't like it so I used Clockwork to restore bb but for some reason I got stuck at the M. I tried factory reseting and cache wipe but I still get stuck at the M. What should I do? Please help!
     
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    You tried going in to sprecovery mode and restoring from advance nandroid backup
     
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    MAy I ask you you didnt like cyanogen. I am about to flash it, but if it is horrible Ima stop now. and you are referring to 5.0.4.2
     
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    I replaced sprecovery with clockworkmod so I can't do use nandroid. Please help!!
     
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    I just installed clockmod but it kept freezing on me as well, I did a battery pull and it sent me back to droidmod.
    You may be different are you getting an error dump message
     
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    sorry for the delay I was trying that rom and i for got about you being stuck. I was going to suggest you go and try to restore back up from the ctyanogem sprecovery
     
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    Benny let me know how you making out; I have 10 mins before I have to call it a noght.
     
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    Hey Benny, I went from SPrecovery to Clockworkmod last night and I want my old ROM back. I tried to restore my last nandroid backup but I had the same problem you had. It wouldn't load past the Moto "M". I had to reinstall the Cyanogen zip file to get.gy phone back on, but I still don't know how to get my phone back to the former setup.
     
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    benny I hope you get it fixed; Ima call it. Good luck
     
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    Last night when I tried to go back to my much beloved SS2.02, I went into Clockwork recovery and tried to use the backup that I had created with Clockwork. The droid would not get past the M.

    I then rebooted into clockwork and I selected install and reinstalled the CM rom that was on my sdcard. The phone then rebooted fine. I then used Droid Root Pro to install Flash Image (there's a button that does this for you) and then tried to use Droid Root Pro to re-install SPRecovery, but it did not work. I then manually installed SPRecovery via terminal emulator:

    [FONT=&quot]Code:[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
    [FONT=&quot]DO NOT TYPE THE QUOTATION MARKS AND MAKE SURE YOU INCLUDE THE SPACES (if you have 0.99.2b on your sdcard, use it instead of 0.99.3b in the text below)

    "su" press enter
    "flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery-0.99.3b.img" press enter
    "reboot recovery" press enter[/FONT]

    I then was able to use my nandroid backups to restore.

    BTW, I went back almost immediately to SS2.02 because on my droid it is way faster than CM was. YMMV !!

    Good luck.
     
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    I can't get back to the cyanogen rom because for some reason it doesn't show up in the clockworkmod recovery.
    Should I use the .sbf file to unbrick my phone?
     
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    You needed to go back to sprecovery befire flashing the new rom coming from cynagen. Can you boot in to recovery mode (power + x button)
     
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    if you cannot access recovery mode, just boot into bootloader mode, and install the 2.0.1 SBF file... really it's a very simple process