Droid 2 Booting Issue

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Development' started by lloyd2398, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. lloyd2398

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    Hello to all, I seem to find my phone doing something wierd. Okay, what its doing is, when ever i reset the phone or battery dies completely, when i charge it or turn it back on, it goes directly into clockwork recovery. I cant stand then having to press the system reboot and wait all over again, please give me some ideas that may cause this to happen.
     
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    You have some bytes crossed up somewhere...I helped someone else w/this issue recently in a thread here, I suggested he try these, I think the second one worked for him:

    1. Boot up - when eye appears, pull battery.
    2. Put battery back in, boot up again, you should go to CW Recovery.
    3. Select Reboot phone option.
    4. After phone reboots fully, turn off normally and turn on again.

    or...

    1. Open Droid 2 Bootstrap
    2. Select Bootstrap
    3. Select launch recovery
    4. Select reboot in recovery
    5. After phone reboots fully, turn off normally and turn on again.

    or...

    1. Open ROM Manager
    2. Select backup current
    3. Either rename the backup or let it use the standard date name provided and allow backup to complete
    4. Phone will reboot after backup is over.
    5. After phone reboots fully, turn off normally and turn on again.

    Basically it seems like you have an errant byte somewhere that is causing this problem - above actions could shake it free....