[HOW TO] Restore your Motorola Droid 4 (XT894) to stock [Windows Only]

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  1. core2kid

    core2kid New Member

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    My battery level was 15-25% when I used these files. My phone wasn't bricked though, I'd uninstalled a lot of system & Verizon apps which kept failing when trying to reinstall through Titanium Backup. Also I kept dropping 3G & Wifi so I called Verizon and they said they'd send me a new phone but since the fastboot files are out, I'll keep this one.
     
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    How did you end up getting it to work?
     
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    Nothing special, I just followed the directions on the first page. After using the fastboot file though I had to restore my phone to stock from settings.
     
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    Nope, it won't even let me do that :(
     
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    Had the same problem as stated previously. Failed at 17/18 and now my phone won't go past that "Flash Failure" screen or whatever. Bad news is, my battery ran out, and that fix posted earlier for the low batter fix isn't working. :(. But my wall wart keeps the phone powered on. Guess I will need a USB hub with a 2 amp output to try again.
     
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    r314bd Member

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    This is concerning.

    Which file did you use, the .219 or the .215? I posted about this problem over in the original thread at XDA and haven't heard of a fix yet. It has worked for several people so we definitely need to narrow the problem down before this happens to anyone else.
     
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    I used the 215 originally. My phone won't stay on long enough for my to try the 219. I know there has got to be some way to power it while doing this though. I also couldn't find a USB hub locally so I spliced two cables together, power coming from wall wart, data going to PC. Still no luck for some reason. Also, from what I understand, 17/18 was webtop. That's also the error it gives me on the phone for the reason it isn't booting.
     
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    try using a different USB port. you may have to power it up then on a good moto cable run the fast boot files. I have found that anything other than a factory cable, the one it comes with, can give you mixed results. if you are using a desktop the USB ports in the back of the computer will give you a more consistent connection than the front ones, may be the same on a laptop if yours has a port in the back.

    Sent from my DROID4 using Tapatalk
     
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    Thanks, but already tried that. I feel that I should also mention I'm getting "cannot program" now instead of the "Battery Ok
    Ok to Program
    Connect USB
    Data Cable"
    message. I think I'm about to attempt to make a factory cable. Wish me luck lol
     
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    nitrojuga New Member

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    I made a factory cable. At least I think I did. lol... Says "battery OK" now and "Ok to program" but now it doesn't show up in RSD lite :(. The computer says it failed to find the drivers so I'm guessing this config uses totally different drivers. Anyone know where these could be found? I can't seem to find any :(
     
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    Hope you get it working soon man. Keep us posted...I'm keeping my eye out for any solutions as well
     
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    IF THE BOT LOADER IS LOCK WILL NOT FLASH WILL GET FAIL ERRO NO MATTER WHICH FILE USING .215 OR.219


    Failed flashing process.1/18 flash mbm "alow-mbml.............FAIL

    AP FASTBOOTLOADER 0A.61
     
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