Bricked my Droid HEEELLPP!! O:

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  1. G00MBA

    G00MBA New Member

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    i was trying to install a custom ROM on my rooted Droid X with DroidXbootloader.
    Using these directions -->[ROM] rubiX Blurry 0.3 - Android Forums


    "INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS:
    Open DroidXBootstrapper
    Bootstrap Recovery
    Reboot Recovery
    Nandroid Backup (Just in case you don't want to keep my rom or something goes wrong)
    Mounts and Storage
    Format System
    Format Data
    Format Cache
    ****Mount System**** VERY IMPORTANT, DO NOT FORGET THIS STEP OR YOU WILL BE BRICKED
    Install Zip From SDCard
    Select rubiXBlurry0.3.zip
    Select Yes
    Reboot System
    Enjoy"

    followed it step for step and stopped after Format Cache because i couldnt find the File on my sdcard so i took the battery out.

    when i turn my phone on it stays on the motorola "M"

    idk what to do now, i have acces to the Android System Recovery Menu thats it.

    PLEASE HELP! ):
     
  2. Daali

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    Since system was formatted, you need to get that back on. If you cannot get back into clockwork recovery to restore your nandroid BU, then you will need to RSDLite 4.8 and 2.2 SBF system from TBH. Worst case scenario would be RSDLite 4.8 and the Full 2.2 SBF
     
  3. Abe21599

    Abe21599 Super Moderator
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    since the full 2.2 sbf is out, i wouldnt bother using the one that TBH made.
     
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    i have the same problem. Did you figure out how to fix it???
     
  5. G00MBA

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    nope, it got worst. i heard that i can use adb to access my backup or something like that.
     
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    G00MBA New Member

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    my phones stuck on the bootloader screen now and it says error in code .
     
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    All you have to do is flash the sbf. It will give you a stock phone.

    Edit: Do not let your phone die. If you do you may not be able to charge it with the usb cable and you will have to rig it up. Not fun if you don't know what you are doing.
     
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    i tried that already with RSD lite and when it rebooted it goes to the bootloader again, and says error in code or something like that.
     
  9. Abe21599

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    what exactly does the bootloader say?
     
  10. crashdau

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    Well, I've gotten alot of practice sbf'ing my phone the last couple of days trying different ROM's and making my bonehead mistakes.

    Once your in bootloader, connect your cable and run the rsdlite then coose the sbf and off you go.

    If you dont have the necessary files, just do a google search for Droid X Full 2.2 SBF and you should be good to go.
     
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    it says "code dorrupt"

    and "corrupt program" lower down