Droid 2 Brick/Bootloop

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    Guys, I've done a ton of reading and research, but the time has come to post my problem.

    I was freezing/unfreezing apps with a bloatfreeze program. I apparently frooze some system apps and froze my cell (antenne, not working).

    I performed a system restore (hold down x,etc, etc.). This didn't work.

    I read a ton of posts on using sbf to recover this back to original state. Droid2 with bloatware.

    I would like to restore this back to original.

    Here is what I did. I have XP

    1. Download RSD Lite. (RSDLite-4.7+patch.zip). Patch included has a different .ini file.
    2. downloaded DROID2WE_X6_2.4.29_FULL.sbf
    3. I have the moto drivers. (32bit). 4.9.0
    4. flashed my device.

    one of 2 things happen.
    1. I either end up with the booloader screen (d0.11)
    Infinite loops.
    2. I can get to the "Welcome" Android screen.
    The problem here is that my antenna has a slash through it and I have no service. Hence I can't do anything, like activate the phone.
    3. I also have received Failed Flashing Process. Phone (0000): Error Switching phone to BP Pass through ...

    I'm pretty stumped on this, any help, suggestions, comments, would be greatly appreciated

    Thanks!
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    When you had the bootloop, did you pull the battery,reboot in recovery and clear data/factory reset?

    Sent from my DROID2
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    op are you using a droid 2 global?
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    I agree. Sbf has never let me down in these situations!

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    I'll give this a shot in a bit, thanks!
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    @louy99

    If I could run out and hug you I would. In the end, I pulled the battery out and did a factory reset. Previously to this I could get to the welcome screen, but the antenna showed a slash through it. Once I pulled the battery after the flash, did the factory reset, rebooted, it came back like normal.

    I did end up placing the file in the root C:\ directory (makes no sense I realize, however people were getting the same error I was). I was receiving and "error sending JUMP command droid" and read that placing the file in the root directory resolved some users problems. Thought I would share for full disclosure.

    This, btw, was after the flash said it was unsuccessful, but I did use the sbf provided.

    You guys are the best. Many, Many, Many, Many thanks.
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    Does anyone know where I can still get the SBF file that was posted here. The link in this post is dead. I am running into the same exact problem as stated JMarquette and I can't seem to figure out what I am doing wrong. The phone is stuck in bootloop, which i guess means I bricked it.
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    try this.

    Google for: DROID2WE_X6_2.4.29_FULL

    This should return you some hits back on some locations to download. If you can't find it, reply back to the thread and I can throw it on dropbox for you. I'm taking off in a couple of minutes for the weekend, but hopefully this help.

    Oh, another huge help for me. I use sbf_flash for linux, I gave up on the windows route (using the Motorola RSD lite). I'm really not trying to start a Linux vs. Windows thing, but I did have good luck with sbf_flash for linux. Not sure if you are up for Linux, but I would highly recommend. Ubuntu is a great place to start. There are quite a few threads on running ubuntu and sbf_flash.

    I hope this helps.

    Jason
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    Sbf

    I was wondering if you could dropbox me the correct sbf file if you still have it i bricked my phone i guess and all the ones ive gotten to download are the wrong ones and im guessing the one i need is DROID2WE_X6_2.4.29_FULL but i cant find it ....i have the Droid 2 Global I rooted it with MotorolaOneclick root and doroot.bat ...worked great...when i tried a diff rom Liberty 3 v 2.0 it just looped on the logo screen ive tried everything now it wont do ****!!! im ready to throw it out a window...any help would be appreciated
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