Emargency help!! Milestone dosent boot!!

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  1. Yaba

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    Hi guys.
    I am carrying a Europe Milestone 2.1, i know its different from the droid.
    But i am sure u can help me...

    My device is rooted, i flashed a new rom as update.zip, it did the update,
    rebooted and - thats where it ended - stays on white M logo!!

    Now i cant access anything on the device cause of course, the sdcard dosent mount...

    How do i fix this...?? I am lost.....

    Thanks a lot!
     
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    Link the thread where you got this file from. And also see if your recovery has an enable usb option. It may be hidden under other options.
     
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    Did you wipe data / cache before installing?
     
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    Yes i did...
     
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    Alright...are there any .sbf files out for the Milestone?
     
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    I did the rooting with ADB recovery. No sbf files there...
    Chief, i am sorry but i have to split for like 2 - 3 hours, will be back here than.

    Waiting for your help....
    Thanks a lot in advance!
     
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    Hi guys...

    Anyone out there...?
     
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    I do believe there are Milestone sbf's out there. I am sad to say not too many people know much about the Milestone here.

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
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    Thanks a lot chief
     
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    Sorry to hear that happened Yaba, sounds like you got a hold of a ROM that wasn't compatible for your version of the Milestone.

    Easiest solution is to Follow the Instructions in the MILESTONE 2.1 update and root guide thread, and pick a UK SBF file when you reach that step.

    This will flash your phone, overwriting anything you put on there that broke it before. AKA: Giant reset button.
     
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    Hey man, thanks a lot for your answer.
    Actually, at the end, i sorted it out myself cause all the solutions i have been given -
    non of them worked....

    Lucky for me, i had a good backup of nandroid files on my laptop.
    The only thing was to figure out how to get them to the right place since i had no approach to the sdcard or the device itself :)

    I found somewhere an open recovery, which gave me the option to do the nandroid
    backup and restore. I mounted the sdcard through a nokia device and that gave me the option to copy the "good files" to it.

    Anyway, main thing is i am over it :) And, learned how important is to have a good backup. It realy saved my ass.....

    Cheers!
     
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