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Did I brick my phone?

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by spartans, Dec 4, 2010.

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    Ok, so I wanted to install the 2.3.320 leak on my phone. Before I did this I wanted to SBF back to factory settings. Here's where I think I messed up. I downloaded the 2.3.15 SBF (I was on 2.3.20) and then I used RSDLite. At the end of the process when the phone tried to reboot it got stuck in a boot loop. Since I figured the problem was that I used the wrong SBF, I tried 2.3.20 then I got an error: FEBE 0047.

    Is there anything I can do to fix this? I really hope I don't need to get a new phone.
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    Did you try pulling the battery and booting into the bootloader and wiping the data/cache. Then turning it on.
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    If you can get back to the bootloader, then you're not bricked. Can you?
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    I'm trying to get into the bootloader and it's staying at the exclamation mark

    Edit: Never mind I was doing it wrong, I'll report back if this works

    Edit again: Yes, I can get into the bootloader. But when I try to wipe data it says "E:Can't mound CACHE:recovery/log"

    Edit again: Wiped data/cache. Works now, what a relief.. Thanks.
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    If you can see exclamation marks or the bootloader, you're not bricked. I've only ever seen two or three truly bricked phones on this forum since I got started a year ago. Glad you got it worked out.
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    If you can get into the bootloader then you're not bricked, as Ken said. Always remember that. :)

    (Unless it says can't program code corrupt.)

    Glad it's working for you!
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