Droid 2 Global Stuck in bootloader after RSDLite

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  1. v1cd3

    v1cd3 New Member

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    Hey guys,
    So I was going through some other threads of folks with a D2G, and I can't seem to find anyone with a similar error as me.

    What I've done so far:
    I installed RSDLite on two computers, one 64 bit Win7 and another running 32bit XP. Both used the 4.9 version of RSDLite. I also used the .29 version ROM.

    I first tried it on the Win7 PC and got this error. Then I tried the same the thing on the XP but to no avail.

    Here is the error I get on the Bootloader screen:

    Code:
    Bootloader
    D0.11
    Err: A5,70,70,00,1F
    
    
    NEW_MAP Blank
    Service Req'd
    Battery OK
    OK to program
    Connect to USB
    Data Cable
    I could not find anywhere that referenced those error codes.

    I was downgrading from 2.4.330 I believe.

    Anyways, let me know what you all think.
    This phone was so bogged down with Free Apps that it was pretty much unusable, but I would like to resurrect it if possible.
    Thanks!:biggrin:
     
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    looks like you might have installed update 4.5.629
    you bricked you phone till new SBF is found/leaked
    update may have installed automatically

    if you are sure you didn't update try ezSBF 4.5.608
     
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    Yes this second method was the one I used. The files I used were:

    VRZ_A956_2.4.33_1FF_01.sbf (md5: 49cc34d07666c92c1a2a5779e2c74243)
    DROID2WE_X6_2.4.29_FULL.sbf

    I tried the 2.4.33 one first, which is where I first encountered the error.

    I will add that even though RSDLite says "PASS" after every load, the error persists.
    Also, it has never booted to the Motorola "M" screen.
     
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    Also maybe worth noting, I used the latest version of RSDLite with the 2.4.33, and when that did not work, I used the 4.9 version with the 2.4.29, which also did not work.
     
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    Looking through another site, this guy said that he fixed his problem with Ubuntu. Link I have an Ubuntu box but I am not too familiar with the system. I also found this technique that uses a boot cd for a linux distro to do it. Anybody think either of these will work? I can't find a write-up on what the first guy did, but I assume it uses sbf_flash?
     
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    hm thats pretty bizarre and unexpected.
     
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    google new update 4.5.629
    moto changed bootloader so you can't go back
    if you had 4.5.629, if not try ezSBF 4.5.608
     
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    Thanks for all your help guys! Looks like this thing is now my new paper weight! Which adds slightly more functionality than it had yesterday :p
    Is it possible that a new SBF will be released sometime in the future? Or have I found my next target for the gun range?
     
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    sbf are found not released
    someone has to search motorola's server for it
    not knowing excact name
    could be days or months

    edit: if you wait till SBF is found, you could fix, then sell on ebay
    I got $130, it was in good shape and unlocked

    Sent from my DROID X2 using DroidForums
     
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    Thank you for all the help you saved my Droid :):biggrin::icon_ lala:
     
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