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Droid X Won't Boot Past M

Discussion in 'Droid X Hacks' started by tube222, Jan 1, 2011.

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    Please forgive me if this is redundant on a previous post. I've searched and couldn't find an answer.

    First off, I'm new at messing under the hood of my Droid X. I did a lot of reading and felt I understood what I was doing. Obviously, I was mistaken.

    My Droid X is rooted and has been for a couple of weeks with no problems. I installed ROM Manager and bootstrap. Decided to try the Gingerbread keyboard. Followed instructions and installed the zip file. When I rebooted, I got a message saying there was a problem with the file, ie wouldn't load. I changed my input method and was okay. Decided to try and install Gingerbread theme. Followed directions, rebooted and got stuck at the M screen. I had previously done a full backup with ROM manager. When I into recovery, there's a message at the bottom saying "E:Can't open /cache/recovery/command". Out of frustration, I wiped data/factory reset. Didn't work. Wiped cache partition. Didn't work. I'm stuck at this point.

    I thought maybe if I installed a whole new ROM that I might be okay, but when I boot into recovery, I don't have the option to install zip file that I had previously gotten from bootstrap. Any way to get back to that point now?

    Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
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    Nevermind. I was able to figure it out. Was using an incorrect file.
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