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droid x bootloop and cant go in clockwork recovery and stock recovery!!!! DX

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    i have tried installing a rom and messed up but the point is that i cant get in clockwork recovery or stock recovery.i have tried to use rsd light and did all the step but it turns out that i need to do a factory reset.i cant do this in any way!so if there is anyway to swype it externaly or any software on the pc to fix this,please tell me. thank you. i have the droid x.
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    Try this if all else fails...
    Linux solution to your Windows/RSD lite problems
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    i had just finished doing that. after i finished with all the step its complete,then it goes in a bootloop again.
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    Pull the battery...hold down power and the home button, and as you are doing that, push the battery back in. Try that.
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    i just see the robot with a triangle.ive tried it already.i know im supposed to press the search button but it seem like that recovery isnt working.
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    Even pressing the search button doesn't work? Strange. What method did you use to SBF? RSD Lite or Linux? If you used RSD Lite, did you use 4.9? I would re-download RSD Lite 4.9, new drivers that go with your computer, and a new .340 SBF file, in case something was wrong with the ones you had....then try doing a new SBF and factory reset. That's all I can think of...
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    by factory reset do u mean via rsd light?i used rsd 4.8
    should i use 4.9?
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    GB recovery is home and power. Then you press the volume up and down buttons.

    Just throwing that out there, although I know you said you sbf'd to Froyo...

    Apex 2.0 Revolution
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    yes but no recoveries work at all i tried everything
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    im not realy a droid newbie.ive been modding and hacking my droidx for months
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    You use RSD Lite 4.9 to SBF your phone with the .340 SBF file...when you are done with the SBF process, then you factory reset it(holding power and home, then pressing search, then selecting wipe data and wiping cache). That's all part of the process. You can't just SBF your phone. You always do a factory reset afterwards, then you'll be on stock 2.2.1

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    Also, I sent you a link to a Linux method to SBF it...it is totally different from the usual way of doing it where you just download files to your computer. I don't think you did it the Linux method. You should read up on that link. Maybe people swear by it, and it works where the other method ususally fails.
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