D2G stuck at bootloader RSD not good.

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  1. Savergn

    Savergn New Member

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    I tried to get the leaked release of gingerbread to work on the my D2.. and well.. it's been a hellish night so far. So bear with me if I seem distressed. After trying to get the GB update done via update.zip through the bootstrap loader, It took about 10 minutes to boot. I figured there was problem, so I did the same install instructions (format system, mount system) then in addition to, wiped data/factory reset and installed the ROM. It then bootlooped for quite some time, so I pulled the battery and now I have the whole "Ready to program plug in USB" crap going on. So I downloaded the SBF file for the D2G from TBH and have ran it. It froze at 94% of "Interface BP: Error Checking the RAM Downloader. I've gotten this every time. Please help.
     
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    do you have a droid 2 or a droid 2 global they are 2 different phones.
     
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    You may have a corrupt SBF file. You might have to try redownloading it. I don't think you've completely bricked your phone, so hopefully its just a bad sbf file.

    Edit: and yes, as pc said, make sure you have the right sbf file.
     
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    Installed the drivers you linked and restarted the computer, Currently trying to RSDlite it again. Long wait, sorry, thanks for the help again.
     
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    Still no good. Also, this was the SBF that I redownloaded, so its the same, but a new file. It gave the error [0x709f](Error checking the RAM downloader) if that means anything.
     
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    did you get that error code last time you did an sbf.
     
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    Also, does your bootloader say it's OK TO PROGRAM? Is code corrupt? Mem blank? Anything to indicate a more serious problem?
     
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    I have googled and tried looking up that error code and have not found anything helpful. All I found was what you already had which was the rsdlite program and the sbf files.

    Im assuming you are following these steps:

    Method 2: While phone is off
    To manually put your device in bootloader mode:
    Turn off device
    press and hold the up and down volume buttons
    power on device (continue to hold the up and down volume buttons)
    wala - you are in bootloader mode
    Launch RSDLite (make sure device appears in window)
    Select SBF
    Start


    I will continue to look for a solution.
     
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    So apparently the fix for this is to get RSDLite4.9. 4.8 doesn't do the job.. I thought it would as the link for it (4.9) was dead from TBH. Sorry the the ignorance.. and thanks again for all your help.
     
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    So you got it fixed.
     
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    Yes. Thanks again for all your help.
     
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    good to hear.
     
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