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Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by pjmag22, Jan 6, 2012.
i do have a way to access my sd card, but weres a good place to download roms?
XDA-Developers has the best Dev community I've found. Here is a link to there D2 forum:
Motorola Droid 2 - xda-developers
ive been using: www.theunlockr.com will that work the same as the link you sent me?
I found this in a D2G thread, try it and see if you can boot into recovery. "The best way to get CWM to boot is to wait until the "M" logo comes up and the backlight on the screen turns off, then pressing and holding the power button for 5-10 seconds." If this method does not work, you are probably going to have to use RSD lite to return the phone back to stock and then start over from scratch.
will this site work the same as the one you sent me?
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I just checked that site out and it looks like the MIUI ROM is the only one that is designed for a D2G. If that is the one you want it should be fine.
Here is the D2G Development section on XDA:
Droid 2 Global Android Development - xda-developers
There are many ROMs available in here and they usually have install instructions in the first post. Check it out.
If you continue to read through this development section you can find threads that discuss the very issue you are having.
im confused were do i go when im in your link:/?
Go to the Android Droid 2 Global Development section or just hit the link in my post before this (same place)
and 1 more thing: what is gingerbread? i see it everywere and i dont know what it is? and if im compatible with it?
Here you go! The first link here is full instructions on how to reload a rootable software on your phone using RSD lite.
The second link here is for the CM7 (Cyanogenmod 7) build for the D2G. I think you will really like this if you are new to ROMs.
[ROM] CyanogenMod 7 for the Motorola Droid 2 Global :: V7.1.0 (9 Oct 2011) - xda-developers
Gingerbread is a version of Google's Android OS. Yes your phone is compatible and the link in my previous post (CM7) is a highly customizable version of Gingerbread. I think you will like it.