Droid X2 SBF get it here.....

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    Here you go X2 owners.

    [SBF] MB870 Verizon Droid X2 - xda-developers
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    Awesome!!!!! Let the development begin!!!!!!
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    How to load it, ??? What do we do with it??? And were to load? ??
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    Turbo- The SBF is used flash your phone back to a completely factory state. If you brick it playing around with removing apps, applying themes, developer roms, etc.. You would use the SBF to bring your phone back to a working state.

    You can also use it as an easy way to prepare a phone that you rooted/rom'ed for shipment back to verizon on warranty returns.

    There are a couple of ways to flash it to your phone, but the most common is to use a program called RSDlite
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    i have already rooted ,charged it & sd card speed , what do i do with the sbf file & how to load it ????
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    Read Nate's post again. It is used to get your phone back to how it was out of the box, in case you brick the phone or want to take it back to Verizon. You use a program called RSD Lite to flash the sbf file on your phone...

    sent from my ZombieStomped X
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    so should i take everything off & then load the sbf file,or

    can i do it with all the stuff i've done already???
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    You can do it with everything on your phone. You will need to put your phone into bootloader mode. I am not sure how to do it on the X2, since it doesn't have a camera button. On the X, you have the phone turned off and hold the power, camera and volume down buttons.

    Make sure you have RSD Lite and the Moto drivers installed on your PC

    sent from my ZombieStomped X
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    ill wate a little till some one has loaded it on a x2 with the steps, then ill do it. thanks for the help everyone here is awsome, man this opens door to this phone & will make it a better phone :icon_ banana:
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    Woooohoooo my x2 will be Monday!!

    Sent...
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    TURBO- Unless something is wrong with your phone or your returning it. There isn't a reason to flash the SBF. It doesn't do anything to make your phone better. It is simply a recovery tool.

    All it being released does is open the door a little further for the developers to start building ROMs and themes for the X2. Because they can get into things and not have to worry about screwing anything up since they have the SBF to fall back on.
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    Huzzah! TY TY TY!!!
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    YES!!!!! Now I can do some serious surgery on this thing! Thanks OP!
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    So mode it be!

    X2 using DroidForums
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    This may be a dumb ? but now that we have the sbf, does that mean we will be getting clockwork(rom manager) support soon ?
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    Got a new laptop today, time to see watt I can do to help my fone

    Sent....
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    Is this a tough process to complete to obtain these things cause I want to try to flash the new beta rom out on this forum.. im new to root game but already have system recovery and have flashed some themes from xda developers but I want this invade I wanna go back to the way I have it now

    Sent from my DROID X2 using DroidForums
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    @Kevin:

    Thanks to DAG425 over at the XDA Forums.

    Sent from my DROID X2 using Tapatalk
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    Sbf

    Do I SBF the X2 the same way I did the original X with the RSDLite and so on?
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    Quick question, if anyone is watching. what's the chance of battery running out while flashing an SBF?

    I had an interesting day, using the one-click root i found over on xda, then trying to install the v6 script. after a lot of sed/awk not found errors (wrong version of busybox maybe?) the script didn't show any sign of error so I went ahead and rebooted, and got stuck in a loop at the "droooiiiiid" sound...so now it's time to SBF...but my battery's at a measly 40%.
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