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Help!!! Droid 2 Bootloop!!!

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Development' started by samiusmc, Jun 10, 2011.

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    I tried flashing a rom and my Droid 2 is stuck in a bootloop. I tried going into the stock recovery and wiping data and cache. It's still bootlooping. I can't get into clockwork mod.

    I want to SBF it or do something but nothing is working. Please help me. What do I do?
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    I hear ya man. I got jumped all over for asking a question about selling my d2 for an iphone 5. :p wish I could help with your problem, but I haven't messed with rooting my phone yet.

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    Did you try flashing back to stock, also where does the process fail, and how are you flashing?

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    I fixed it. I had to SBF back to stock but it works.
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    Good news, let me know if you need help with anything, I recently needed to flash to stock and reroot. I stuck with foyo rooted and overclocked @ 1.2 MHz, seemed to be the most stable for my preference.

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