D2g rom help

Discussion in 'Droid 2 Global Roms' started by n0madtanks, May 28, 2011.

  1. n0madtanks

    n0madtanks New Member

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    So I know there are a bunch of posts about loading roms on the droid 2 global. A lot of them leave out info like changing spf files and etc.

    Is there or can someone with experience loading roms on the global make and/or post a detailed step by step walk through for those of us that are gun shy or scared of bricking our phones.

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    There are detailed walkthroughs on most rom release posts. And I am certainly no going to go looking for links for you escpecially since I'm posting this from phone so I will start with this question: Have you even rooted your phone and have super user enabled and bootstrap recovery? If not then you need to start there. If you do then the rest is very simple and yes every rom release has install instructions from that point.

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    Yes I have rooted. I have tried using frm to load fission and all it does is say its installing and reboot to the same cruddy moto blur interface. Clock work seems to be specific to droid 2 non global. Advice Is greatly appreciated

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    Okay so then download either angel rom 6.2 or the themed angel rom(both located in this forum and both have the same instructions). Reboot into recovery, wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache, install zip, choose zip from sd, select your rom's zip, once its done reboot device. The first time u reboot after installing a rom the boot animation will take a while, don't worry that's normal. If you still can't understand these instructions then I would suggest searching youtube for a video of how to load a custom rom on rooted d2g(there are several) hope that helps but it really isn't anything different from the instructions included with every rom release... just sayin.

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    that is because you are not using droid 2 bootstrapper before attempting an install, which is needed for any rom install and is mentioned in pretty much every rom thread.
     
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    Yeah my bad I just assumed that when u said yes u meant that u had bootstrapper also. U MUST use bootstrap recovery to load themes as was stated above.

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    thanks everyone for the details and the assistance. I am really new at this and alot of times the directions can overwhelming when you have never done it before.

    Curious what kinda bugs are still in the angel rom...
     
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    I havent found any in the rom itself, oreoangel had some messed up .pngs, but they should all be worked out now.

    sent from an OreoAngel
     
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    when I chose reboot to recovery I am sitting at the bootloader screen. Says

    Bootloader
    d0.11

    Battery Ok
    Ok to Program
    Transfer Mode:
    USB

    There are no options to do anything Skitzo said after reboot to recovery?
     
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    If u are using BOOTSTRAPPER then u press the top button, then when the thingy pops up, you press OK, then u press the second button, then the phone will boot into recovery which looks like a simple dos style menu. I can't explain more simple than that. You obviously haven't searchec youtube because if u had then u would see EXACTLY what u need to know VISUALLY.

    This was my last attempt at playing nice...

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    n0madtanks New Member

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    so from that screen I removed my data cable that I was using to charge my phone at the time (charge mode only) and rebooted. Now I am at a screen that has an open box with an angled arrows coming out the top points down upon an android. There is a progress bar but it stalls out at about 20% if I pull the battery and reboot it comes back up into the droid os. but if i reboot to recovery this comes up every time.... any ideas????
     
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    dude I have been searching youtube and I am not seeing anything like what your describing I am sorry if me not knowing as much as you do about this subject aggravates you but I am reaching out for assistance. I appreciate the assistance you have given thus far, If you can can continue to provide it great, if not that is fine to But there is no need to be a jerk about it.