HELP!! Bootloader 2c.7c code corrupt battery low cannot program

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    Please help! I was trying to root my phone and now i am getting error message

    Bootloader
    2C.7C

    Code Corrupt
    Battery Low
    Cannot Program

    I am freaking out. Please help me!
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    First off relax, take a deep breath. You did not completely ruin your phone! Its going to be ok!

    Basically what you need to do is charge that battery in there. Plugging the phone in to the wall, your car charger, or even USB are all not very effective.

    Do you have a spare battery or battery charger? If yes swap batteries/charge up the battery. Follow the instructions on how to flash the stock SBF to your phone.

    If no you will need to find a friend with a battery, go to the verizon store possibly, etc. What i did was redneck but effective. I took an old samsung charger which put out 5volts DC and .7amps. Something close to that is fine. Cut the plug off, strip the wires, and twist the strands of wire together so that you have 2 leads, a + and -. Now take out the battery and touch the + lead to the + terminal of the battery and the - lead to - terminal of the battery. In my charger the insulated wire was + and the non insulated wire was -. Hold the two wires to the battery for about 10 minutes.

    Install the battery and smile when you see "Battery Ok ready to program"

    Follow these instructions to get back to stock android 2.0.1
    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/rescue-squad-guides/39254-sbf-root-unroot.html
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    i have the same screen except mine says battery ok ready to program how do i fix it so ican use the phone?
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    Which phone, danielleray?
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    It is the droid I bought new battery and when I put it in it says battery good ready to program with black screen. How do I program it again verision said nothing is wrong with phone but I would have to come to this site to reprogram it they can't legal issues it is the droid 1.
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    You flash SBF. Your phone currently has no running software. My suggestion to you is decide which way you want to go -- stock or root -- and I'll guide you from there. :)
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    It has the stock on it. I want to reactivate it to use it so how do I do it so I have a normal phone back with screen and icons
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    I'm asking you if you want stock or rooted because it makes a difference. If you want stock, I'll get you stock. Simple.

    Download this file to your PC.

    MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

    Now read this thread.

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-labs/73579-using-rsd-lite-flash-sbf-file-correctly.html

    Now install RSD Lite 4.6 because that one seems to work best for the Droid 1.

    http://androidoverdrive.com/downloads/RSDLite4.6.7z

    In order to install that you'll need to decompress it; for that you'll need 7-zip installed. 7-zip is free.

    7-Zip

    You'll need drivers for your phone.

    http://www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Support/Experiences/Global_Drivers/USB_Drivers_bit_4.7.1.zip

    Follow the instructions in the thread for flashing the SBF via RSD Lite and you should be good.
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    The person that is putting it on my phone. Said he has all that for the stock and it seems to already have it he said but he will try it again is there another way without having to root it. All I want is to be able to have phone restored with the right format. It just says battery good ready to program with black grounjd behind it
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    You could try pulling out the battery for about thirty seconds, then put it back in and try to boot the phone up. If it just boots back to the bootloader screen that you describe, everything you need is in furman's post above.

    good luck
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    I apologize if my prior post wasn't clear enough (I haven't had the best sleep lately). Those are all the hoops you -- or your friend, since someone else is doing it for you -- will have to jump through to get your phone working and stock all in one go. Rooting might actually have been easier for you at this point in time, interestingly enough. :)

    Did your friend tell you what errors he ran into while doing this procedure? They would be EXTREMELY helpful in diagnosing what we can do to fix. :)

    Also, follow teddy's suggestion. It's amazing how often that fixes things.
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