Droid X stuck at bootloader

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by shawt15, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. shawt15

    shawt15 New Member

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    hi guys, i have a Droid X that was rooted a while ago, but it sbf'd it off and went back to complete stock. today i noticed my market has changed on my phone so i went to check if there is an upgrade for my system and there was. i downloaded and installed like normal, but when my phone booted up, it went straight to the bootloader saying: "bootloader 30.04 err:A5,69,35,00,27" this happens evertime i turn on my phone. also, the motorola M Logo that is shown while my phone is starting up is now the color red, instead of the normal silver, i dont know if that means my phone has upgraded or if that was custom bootlogo i put on a while ago. any help would be appreciated, i would like to try not to have to sbf my phone again because i dont want to lose any settings or apps, its such a pain lol thanks.
     
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    bump. please help
     
  3. shawt15

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    now it says "battery low" cannot program. wtf do i do. i need my cell phone working
     
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    Well if you have access to the flash recovery you should be able to go back to stock if you made a backup. Then start from there. Also if it's showing low battery plug it in the charger while you are reverting to stock.

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    I am all to familiar with this BL error. I wont go into why it happened until you are up and running. U have to sbf back to froyo then take the oota to gb. However it wont sbf if u have low battery. You need to make the USB charger cable to hot charge the battery during sbf. It's on these forums. U will be ok but u need to start by either hot charge or borrowing a battery or taking battery to vzw and they will charge on a stand alone. Once u have 100% charge we will get u saved.
     
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    ^what he said^ you need to get a charged battery in the DX somehow then flash the 2.3.340 sbf file. You can get it here, check out the ezSBF link on the right side of that page too.
     
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    ok guys thanks, i got RSD Lite, the SBF you specified, and the only problem is i cant charge my battery so i ordered a separate charger just for the battery and i also got an extra batter just in case lol so thanks guys.
     
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    That's a good plan, I have an external charger and a spare (cheapo) battery for situations like this, you can get both for <$10 on eBay.
     
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    Yep that will work if you get a charged battery in there and flash it to .340. The same thing happened to me while on vacation. I went to a Verizon store and after they insisted that charging the battery was not going to help and charged it anyway for me, it worked like a charm. One more thing. If after sbfing you find yourself in a bootloop, take the battery out and make your way to the bootloader screen and choose factory reset in the menu. Any questions feel free to pm me.
     
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    those will be perfect
     
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    ok so i got my charger, by battery charged, i SBF'd my phone.. did it properly..and when my phone boots up, everything is exactly how it was before (all my apps data, backgroud is all there, and settings r the same) BUT i have no service! i have a blue triangle where my 3g symbol usually is, and when i make a call, it goes to verizon, so please help me get my service back, i really need my phone working!!! thanks
     
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    Did you try *228 option1?

    My Droid Thrives on the DarkSlide!!!
     
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    +1 *228 and a factory reset will fix it up.
    Pull the battery and reinstall, hold home and power as it boots, release and hit search at the droid/triangle/exclamation mark screen, wipe data, wipe cache, reboot. Then *228 option 1.
     
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    Yep.......... they have it right, *228 then option 1 and if that does'nt work call customer service 1-800-922-0204 and tell them that after factory resetting your phone you're not able to activate it.

    Let us know how it goes
     
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