Bummer: Full 2.3.5/1.3.418 root is broken

Discussion in 'Droid X2 Development' started by Jason.DROID, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. ConcreteB

    ConcreteB New Member

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    Raven, most of us that have done as of Wednesday got replacement phones with 2.3.5 / 1.3.418 installed on them. So we were never rooted, however, our phones never had previous software installed on them either. I do not believe that it matters, but I wouldn't claim to know everything about it. I can only confirm what I've done. I SBFd my factory new DX2 with 2.3.5 / 1.3.418 backwards to 2.3.4 with only one minor issue. That issue was that I had to factory reset after in order to get out of roaming mode. Before the reset I was able to root, install titanium backup, install items from my old phone and then backup the phone with my data from the week since I got my new phone. I am very happy with the results. I'm deciding between reinstalling the update, or using a custom rom.

    You'll see more people making these mods now that the update is available
     
  2. Dkbiker3501

    Dkbiker3501 New Member

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    You're the man, I'm gunna go for it after work tonight. Which sbf did you use? That dtn150 that the other guys were talking about?
     
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    Dkbiker3501 New Member

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    So I decided to finally go for it and all is well. Sbf back to 2.3.4 went fine, as well as rooting. Now I'm enjoying cm7 which is showing how horrid MOTOBLUR really is because this is silky smooth. Now contemplating whether or not to update back to 2.3.5 and try out the 2.3.5 eclipse rom! Thanks everyone!
     
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    Very good to hear! Are you having any issues at all with CM7 - or is WiFi, 3G, and everything else working well? I'm going to take the plunge very soon - and I can't decide if I want to try CM7 or Eclipse... or just get rooted on 2.3.5, freeze some bloat there and stick with that. I'm generally happy with the stock ROM (when it's not lagging/crashing), but I'm sure I just don't know what I'm missing with the custom ROMs.
     
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    I only had CM7 shortly before I fell asleep on top of my phone while it was in recovery because i was performing a backup.. the next morning my phone was in a bootloop lol. I do believe everything on that rom was working fine. Prior to me causing it to crash somehow That same day though, I re-sbf'ed it and then rooted it. I protected the root with voodoo( since its only way to have rooted 2.3.5) and then updated back to 2.3.5. I restored root and it worked fine. I then flashed Eclipse because i loved the way it looked, its a very nice looking rom. Everything on this rom is working so far and I've been using it for a day or so. Thank god! Im so glad I'm able to flash roms on this phone, that was my only worry when leaving my D2.

    But if you do choose to go for eclipse, here is some advice: After you protect the root with voodoo, carry on with your update to 2.3.5. But do not flash the eclipse rom yet. After using a root checker of some sort, and have verified that you have root access, be sure to delete the backup out of voodoo! I failed to do this and it causes a crash in the eclipse install, which forced me to have to sbf and third time.. If nothing else this forced me to get a little more comfortable messing with this phone. Lol anyway, Good luck!
     
  6. DerekFlint

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    I am a total noob at all things root-related. After receiving a replacement X2 a few weeks ago, I used "droid_easy_root_v7d" on my mac to root it. Then Verizon sent an update that I tried to ignore, but the phone eventually updated itself and I lost root. I am clueless about how to SBF back to 2.3.4, and quite frankly would rather wait until some new droid_easy_root thing is available vs. possibly screw up my phone because of my ignorance. Is a new version going to be available any time soon?
     
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