Froyo Distribution Causing Lock Ups at Boot

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  1. hookbill

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    Our good friends at MDW have informed us that a number of the Droid X devices are locking up during bootload or at the M logo screens. Here are the complete details:
    Read more here: Droid X MR2 2.3.15 OTA device lockup
     
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    Wow, at least they officially acknowledged it. Thanks for the info!
     
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    True. They could be like other companies and say tell them not to update the phone that way.
     
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    There has been no official statement by VZW or Moto on this issue, this is an internal document only.
     
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    This is my 4th android phone, g1, droid1, droid incredible, now the X. This update has been the biggest circus. Wrecking phones, nobody knows what the difference is between the leaks the and the official OTA beside a different baseband. Having to SBF back to a earlier version. I'm usually one of the first to jump on an update but I decided to wait this time. I'm running the leaked 2.3.15 and think I'll stay here for a while. I don't know, maybe some of the phones are just duds. I sbf'd back to 2.1 stock in order to apply the first leak and since updated to the next leak with no problems. Everything seems to be working for me. I'm tempted to sbf back to stock to do the OTA but I'm going to wait.
     
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    I personally contacted Motorola about this issue as well as the Verizon Corporate office. My X had this issue and they sent me a new X. When I got the new X I did the 2.2 update and the issue does not exist on the new one.

    PLEASE, if you have this issue let them know. I would recommend calling VZW and Motorola.
     
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    Had no issue getting the update on my my X. I updated my phone at 11:00 pm on Tuesday. The only issue I have seen is that once in a while, when I launch an app, usually a game, it takes a few moments to load. That could be the app, and not the OS. Either way though, the OS is quite zippy. I've removed some much hated bloatware after rooting it and all seems good. I'm waiting to see if anyone deodexes it and to see if its worth it. Time will tell.
     
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    Good this What Motorola Gets for locking the bootloader THEY PWNED THEMselves What Morons !!!! See what they got HA HA HA HA
     
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