Droid X Bricked. Really need help.

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  1. thiagohf113

    thiagohf113 New Member

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    So I'm not sure whether this has been posted before, but I'm panicking right now. I was trying to install a Dark Gray notification bar on my Froyo Droid X and I spelled something wrong in the command prompt.

    Instead of writing "cp /system/services.jar /system/framework" I wrote "cp /system/services.jar /system.framework"

    Every time I try to boot the device, it gets to the Red Eye and goes back to the drawing of "Droid". Is there any way to fix this? Thanks in advance.
     
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    cpjr Senior Member

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    You may be stuck starting up into recovery and formatting all data and cache. But your far from screwed.
     
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    boot it into recovery mode and wipe it. idk how to put a droid x into recovery mode because i have a og droid but im sure you have already done that to root it.
     
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    I've done this already and I'm still infinite looping =(

    I put it into recovery mode and wiped everything.

    And sorry about forgetting to introduce myself to the forums. I'm just panicking. So close to crying. I know, pathetic.
     
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    Recovery mode on the X, just hold down the home button and power on, hold button down until the recovery screen comes up.
     
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    If formatting everything isnt working...

    Then your gonna have to sbf recovery.
     
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    thiagohf113 New Member

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    This sounds violent and difficult. How would I go about doing this?
     
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    Very violent, a little difficult, somewhat pornographic, ok not really.

    MyDroidWorld - Droid X SBF file released
     
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    If you really were bricked, there would be no helping you. Please don't say you're bricked when it takes >30 minutes in rsd to fix. And use search for rsd, do some work yourself. Too many people can't do anything on this forum.....
     
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    Alright, I'll try to do this and get back to you. Thanks in advance, by the way.

    I'm sorry I'm new to Android. I don't really know how the phone works, so it's not really a lack of effort to find answers on my part. I thought the point of a forum was to ask for help when help is needed, which in my case is right now.
     
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    Trial and error... I've had to sbf maybe 10 times from playing with things... ill tell you though with the options available now you really don't NEED the sdk if you're only romming or theming.... rom manager... ninja morph.... root explorer.... one click roots.... easy as pie

    rubiX Focused 1.6 & Modded Black Juice.
     
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    Yea sbf is your solution.

    You did most of your homework. Its ok to ask questions if you don't know what's up. We were all noobs at some point.

    Sent from my stunning rooted droid using tapatalk.
     
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