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Briked phone, RSD acting weird

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by amaress, Apr 29, 2011.

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    Hey,

    I bricked my phone upgrading from Liberty 2.0.1 to the gingerbread nightly. I'm trying to RSD. It was up and running, then I walked away, and when I cam back it just says connected, like I hadn't evens tarted it, no status, doesn't tell me to restart, nothin'.

    The phone still says SW update, so I'm not sure what to do?
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    SBF and start over. You can boot into CW and try wiping everything, cache, davlik cache, factory reset and try flashing again after but I bet SBF is your fix here.
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    What version of RSD lite are you using?
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    4.9 with correct, updated, drivers.
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    Just download the Ubuntu ISO, and boot from it. Don't have to install the O/S, just run it from the CD and then SBF using that. I hate RSD because of the craptastic Windows drivers Motorola made, lol.

    OPTICALDELUSION: sbf_flash