Help Droid Won't Boot past Logo Screen

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  1. chkmate

    chkmate Silver Member

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    Reason I'm asking so many questions is cause it sounds like either a charger or phone hardware problem.

    If there isn't enough juice it wont allow it to boot up very far. This does not seem to be an issue that

    needs to be resolved with an sbf. Especially if you haven't done anything extreme to it. Like installing

    a theme or ROM.
     
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    Yea I've tried two different chargers so I don't think that its the charger.
     
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    Ok...only thing I can suggest is find a friend that has a Droid X and a charger and try his. Or you can

    take it to Verizon, at your own risk and see if they can get it too charge. It could be a battery prob

    or a hardware problem. I say, "at your own risk" cause they may or may not think you did something

    to it to get it in this state. Then again they may not. But they wont be able to tell your rooted just by

    looking at it and trying to get it to boot.
     
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    Ok well my friend did put a custom rom on it so if they get it to boot it will be pretty obvious to them right ?
     
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    Well, if you haven't done anything to it, you could get it warrantied. I don't think it needs to be sbf'd and

    it wont sbf if the battery isn't charged above 50% anyway I believe. Did you try your friends battery?
     
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    Ohhh, most likely. Depends on how knowledgeable the person who is looking at it is.

    Have you been running that ROM for a month no problem? Or was it recently put on?
     
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    No he doesn't live close to me. Not sure I know anyone else who has the droid x either.
     
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    Yea I've been running it with out a problem for about a month
     
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    Well thats my only suggestion, sorry. You have to have it fully charged before doing anything drastic to

    get it back to stock. Try something real quick, if its allowing you to power on at least. Hold your camera

    button, volume buttons at the same time and then hold power button down. When it flashes, release all

    and see if it goes into your bootloader. It will be a black screen with some words in white on the left.
     
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    Yea I was able to do that. It says

    Bootloader 30.04
    Battery OK
    OK to Program Connect USB Data Cable
     
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    Oops. My last instructions on what I wanted you to try, you have to have power OFF before holding

    those buttons and trying that.
     
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    Ok, thats where you will go if you need to sbf later. Hit the power button and it will shut back off

    from there. But you can't start an sbf if you don't know where your battery level is. This is the

    problem. If you start the sbf and battery isn't charged you can run into more serious issues.
     
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