Droid X Infinite reboot loop T_T

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  1. WACOMalt
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    Got my droid X (posted here a few days ago)

    After installing MoreLocales 2 to get more languages for the interface, the droidx froze. Now it is stuck in an infinite red eye - vibrate - red eye - vibrate loop when I try to turn it on... help!!!

    I tried booting into safe mode by pressing power with menu held for awhile, that didn't do a thing. I booted into the bootloader with power, volume down, and camera for 5 seconds, but there are no recovery options there, though it does allow it to be connected to my computer as Motorola Flash or something, I assume to reload the factory rom. Does anyone know where I can find the factory Rom?

    Obviously everyone has told me to reset to factory defaults, but how can I do that with no access to the menus?
     
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    hold the power button and the home button till you see a ! inside of a triangle and the Droid robot.

    release both buttons and press the search button ( last one on the right)

    use your volume down button untill you highlight "wipe data/factory reset

    click on your menu button ( first on on your left)
    then go down to "Yes -- delete all user data"

    phone will wipe ( normally takes 2 minutes )

    phone will reboot

    and your good to go..

    dont forget once you do this and your phone is back up and working before you do anything call *228 and press option 2 to update your phones network coverage.

    please let me know if this was any help.
     
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    I wound up getting this myself after a bunch of random guesses. thanks so much though!
     
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    Thank god for this post. I just had to do the same with my phone after less than 48 hours of owning it. I REALLY hope this is not a consistent issue.
     
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    is there a way to fix this without wiping all data from the device?
     
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    Not that I could find. I was lucky it only happened on Day Two, so I didn't have much to recover at all. If it happened today, I'd be much more upset.
     
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