Cannot get back to stock, please help!

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    I have tried just about everything to get my phone back to stock from gummyjar. I have tried using rsd to put the official sbf on, I have tried bootstrapper and clockwork. RSD always gets the 0x7100 error and clockwork always gets to the step of installing clockwork over stock recovery and kicks me back to the menu.

    Now it seems I have somehow lost root in all of this, but am still stuck with gummyjar?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    Also, I have done all of the typical troubleshooting, downloading drivers, changing usb ports with no success
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    Give this a shot..see if it gets you where you want to be ----> maderstcok - OTA 2.3.340 update.zip

    Read the entire first post...follow the instructions correctly, and this should get you back to full stock...if you run into issues using this method, I am sure a PM to maderschramm will get you some god help...
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    Thanks, I had already tried that method with no luck, got frustrated and wiped a few too many things in clockwork trying to get the phone to let me flash and now I am at least somewhat bricked.

    I thought I had successfully flashed with rsd, but then it failed at 99%, said something about the super-file was signed and I needed an unsigned superfile?

    I pulled another .sbf to try flashing and hope for better luck, but now the battery is dead and not wanting to charge. As of now I am stuck at the boot menu with it blinking the battery is too low.
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    Well, for now you need to get a hold of another Droid X battery that is charged...or a stand alone charger since the X wont charge when it is bootlooped.

    I am not quite sure why the maderstock file didnt work...it should be a failry 1,2,3 seat up...
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    Ok, got my battery charged, used another laptop with rsd 4.9 and was able to successfully flash.

    the phone just boots back into bootloader with the following:

    bootloader
    30.04
    Err: A5,70,70,00,1F

    New_Map Blank
    Service Req'd

    Am I totally screwed?
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    SUCCESS!!! Only took 12 hours too!

    If anyone has this issue again make sure you are flashing with the latest version of rsd lite, sbf 2.3.340 full.

    And don't be afraid to hack apart a USB cable if your phone is dead, mad I drove around for almost two hours trying to find a battery or charger when all I had to do was sacrifice one micro USB.

    Hope this thread saves someone else my headaches
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    Yes, using RSD Lite 4.8 or 4.9 is integral to flashing SBFs correctly onto a Droid X/2 and 4.9 is required for the 2G/Pro. Congrats on getting it fixed! :)
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    I take it back, now it is registering unknown battery and refusing to charge. I guess I can at least say I got it back to ofw and verizon shouldn't dick me around too bad
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    As long as the software is stock there should be NO problems for a hardware fault like that. :)
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