Droid 2 hacking/rom install class

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Development' started by pc747, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. Droidtwo619
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    It sure does say running exploit lol. man u guys know ur stuff hehehe ok i'm gonna try what u said and will be right back thanks
     
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    Weeeee ownnnn theeee worlddddd hahahahahha!!!! it worked "FC127" superuser on applications slide. ok so now what would be the best app to start out this ROOT?? oh yeah thamk for the help bro. Now later i'm gonna do the same to my wife's D2G LOL!
     
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    Glad I could help. My best advice is to make sure you read and understand the processes involved in sbfing. This will save you phone and 600 bucks if you get into trouble. Make sure you know what you are doing if you get into flashing roms and such. Don't be afraid to ask questions. There are a lot of people here willing to help.

    Oh, and have fun with your phone. The wireless tether app is handy.

    Sent from my DROID2 using DroidForums App
     
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    Yeah i appreciate ur help and thee other member's who helped out.. Right now i'm reading,looking around too see what i can and what should i avoid to not brick my phone he! hmmm, where would that info on the sbefing @?? f&q's or hacks???
     
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    Will this work on a D2Global?
     
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    What do you think the guy posting right before you was asking? :)

    Droidtwo619, you're posting in a thread about hacking the D2. Using RSD Lite is essential for anyone hacking ANY Motorola phone. Reread the first few posts. :)
     
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    Thanks FBM for covering....Ill make a separate class for the droid 2 global.
     
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    Actually Ill add the droid 2 global to the mix
     
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    Below is the procedure for the droid 2 global:


    The steps will be the same as the droid 2 except the sbf file will be different. Thanks to team black hat for the sbf file.

    SBF file: Droid 2 Global SBF File (2.4.29) Full and RSDLite

    Step 1: Boot into the bootloader, you do this by powering on and holding the physical up button on your keyboard. You should see a black screen with text that says battery: OK

    Step 2: Plug is your usb cord into the computer you loaded the rsdlite file on

    Step 3: Click on your rsdlite program. You need to run as an administrator, to do that hold shift key and right click on the rsdlite program (do that as you are about to open the program). Thanks Firesong3k for reminding me about that.

    Step 4: Next to the file name text box in the rsdlite program are three little dots. Click on those dots and find the file Click on that file and then click start. Make sure you have a strong battery before flashing this is the one time you need to ensure your battery is ok to get through the process, because the program erases everything and re-flashes your phone.

    Step 5: Wait for it to get to 100% and reboot your phone to the motorola "M" symbol first then unplug your device. While at the M take off the battery cover out and remove your battery. Wait for about 3 seconds and then reinstall your battery. Power on and hold the physical X key until you get to the triangle and !.

    Step 6: on your physical keyboard push the search button to get into the recovery mode. From there you are going to wipe data/factory reset. AFter that is complete click reboot.




    Droid Pro:

    Droidpro sbf: Droid Pro SBF File (2.26.20) Full and RSDLite



    Step 1: Boot into the bootloader, press and hold the up and down volume buttons power on device (continue to hold the up and down volume buttons)

    Step 2: Plug is your usb cord into the computer you loaded the rsdlite file on

    Step 3: Click on your rsdlite program. You need to run as an administrator, to do that hold shift key and right click on the rsdlite program (do that as you are about to open the program). Thanks Firesong3k for reminding me about that.

    Step 4: Next to the file name text box in the rsdlite program are three little dots. Click on those dots and find the file Click on that file and then click start. Make sure you have a strong battery before flashing this is the one time you need to ensure your battery is ok to get through the process, because the program erases everything and re-flashes your phone.

    Step 5: Wait for it to get to 100% and reboot your phone to the motorola "M" symbol first then unplug your device. While at the M take off the battery cover out and remove your battery. And boot into recovery mode (hold R + M + Power button until triangle, then press the @ key) credit JackpotClavin
    Step 6: from there use the volume button to navigate to wipe data/factory reset hit the enter key to select. AFter that is complete click reboot. credit JackpotClavin

     
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    Problem...

    I've gotten as far as to flash my phone back to factory reset but, when I try to run a Bootstrap Recovery, it doesn't woork and tells me there was an error running the command. I don't know where to go from here...
     
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    You have to be rooted to run the Bootstraper, and SBFing back to stock removes root AND the pre-existing bootstrap.
     
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    Then, why was it in order after I had rooted?
     
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    I can think of two things;

    One, you misread the intent of the rooting procedure. (possible)

    Two, it was to make sure you knew HOW to do it in case you needed to. This is what backups are for. (most likely)

    No matter the cause, you just wiped your phone out (unless it was a system-only SBF in which case you still have everything you just reset some things). Try z4root to root the phone and see if it works. If it does, good. At least now you know how to SBF your phone in case you flash a ROM and it goes badly or something else catastrophic happens.
     
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    Could I have kept all of my original stuff (like my desktop) had I not done this? Making it a whole lot easier?
     
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    I put it in order after rooting bbecause it is one of the most important proceduress that u need to know how to do. If for what ever reason a rom causes your device not to boot up or you need to return your device it is important to understand the procedure. Sbf is an emergency procedure but you should not wait until the emergency to have it set up. If you are gonna root and mod your device you need to know how to recover it just incase and that is why I made it post number 2.
     
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