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Can't flash roms with rom manager and cant reboot into recovery.

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by digerati, Jul 11, 2010.

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    For some reason I cannot flash a new rom or get into recovery mode at all ever since I flashed bb v0.4. When I try to flash a rom it reboots, but it doesnt do anything it just boots into bb, and it just sits at the Motorola "M" when i hold x while booting to get into recovery. Has anyone else had this issue and is there a way to fix it?
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    Just go into rom manager and reflash clockwork mod recovery. I have had this several times.....just reflash it and it works fine. I think it is something with froyo roms.
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    Are you using Rom Manager?? If so, one cause could be the download cache. Go into Rom Manager > menu > clear download cache. Then power off your phone, hold the x and power up. You should be able to get into recovery. I would suggest restoring a backup from before bb if you have one. I have had this problem with RM before (several times) and it always comes back to the download cache.
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    This doesn't work for me, but I'm also using UD 3.0.0. I really need help in getting out of this ROM. My SD card isn't recognized, either, but it shows space used and available in settings. Anyone know how I can get out of this?
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    This is a typical issue with froyo ROMs. Go into ROM Manager, flash SPRecovery (near the bottom), then flash clockworkmod recovery.

    I know it sounds weird, but it'll fix it.
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    easy fix

    flash 2.0.2.0

    I been had to do this for a long time
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    This is what worked for me. Flash SP Recovery then reboot and flash back to clockworkmod.

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
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    if it doesn't flash the 2.0.2.0 rather quickly ...reboot then flash it a couple times...problem solved
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    Yep, this worked! Thanks, man!!
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