How to DEBOOTSTRAP a Droid 2 Global(Sticky please)

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global' started by Byakushiki, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. MrHatchi87

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    im doing that as we speak, and i hope this helps ( +1 ) and i dont wanna brick this thing
     
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    It won't brick, worst that happens is that you have to charge the battery again. Use a battery charger or a different phone for that
     
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    This thread turned into a review of how to sbf :)
     
  4. MrHatchi87

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    im in a bootloop, so i know there is a way out of that righT? lol



    *** EDIT ***
    LETS HOPE!

    *** UPDATE
    Im activating the phone as we speak, and everything seems to be alright, thanks so much Byakushiki :)
     
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    No matter, might just clean out a couple posts to shorten it down. Otherwise, everything else here is just for troubleshooting :laugh:
    Oh easy. Just reboot into standard recovery, power up while holding x(hit the hard keyboard magnifying glass button once the exclamation mark appears). Wipe data'n cache, and no more bootlooping from there
     
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    i just sbf my phone yet i still have all my old programs still installed
     
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    Hey, Byakushiki, if I restored my phone using a nandroid backup, do I still have to do this?

    Thanks.
     
  8. Byakushiki

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    Yes, if you don't remove the bootstrap files, the update install will be blocked by cw recovery. (And take care in deleting/moving the right files, one person already got bootlooped doing this)
    Sbfing is the other option if you want to remove bootstrap.
     
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    Just SBF and wait for the OTA gingerbread :) bootloop = scary!

    Sent from my DROID2 GLOBAL using DroidForums
     
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    Would doing a factory reset also work? I have no experience with rooted Moto devices and my friend came to me for help. I guess he rooted and then un-rooted with an app and wants to get rid of CWM since everytime he reboots it goes to the recovery.

    Thanks for any input.
     
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