Bricked my phone....

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by simon_lefisch, Jun 24, 2011.

  1. simon_lefisch
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    so i bricked my phone while i was trying to flash the GB leak and now im stuck on the bootlader with the following error:

    Bootloader
    D2.37
    Err:A5,69,35,00,27

    battery ok
    ok to program
    connect to usb
    data cable

    whats strange is ive flashed the GB leak before and never had this problem. will flashing the 2.3.20 sbf thru RSDLite fix this?
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    Yes it will. And I wouldn't be too worried about your phone being bricked. If it was truly bricked you wouldn't have that message on your screen.

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    yea thats kinda what i thought, just being cautious i guess. thanks for the reply :)
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    if you need it, I've got the program and 2 programs you need to reinstall all the hard/software you need in a zip folder that I can send you.
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    I just get the m am I bricked?

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    If you can't get into clockworkrecovery go to stock recovery and wipe data/cache bthen reboot.

    Edit: have you flashed an sbf?

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    Last edited: Jun 26, 2011
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    in my opinion i dont think you are bricked, can you get into bootloader? turning the phone off and holding both vol dwn and vol up + power? and get the bootloader menu? if yes your not bricked and can easily fix it