I think my Motorola DROID is bricked. Crap.

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  1. snipe

    snipe New Member

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    HELP PLEASEE
    I have the Motorola Droid.
    Doesn't boot (Stuck at M)
    Doesn't boot into SPRecovery (Doesn't boot at all when I hold x and press power button.)
    Boots into bootloader(hold up power button) but it shows
    "Battery Low
    Unable to program"
    (And before you tell me to charge it, I can't seem to charge it while it starts up or in the boot loader)

    What I did to get here. :(
    1. Partitioned my sd card.. (without backing up)
    2. Backed up my motorola droid on Clockwork, running Bugless Beast v1.1. (With partitioned sd card)
    3. Flashed SPRecovery.
    4. I flashed the ZeusDroid HTC Desire Rom.
    5. Played around for a while, then restored back to Bugless Beast with SPRecovery.
    6. Then, when I tried to reboot it again. This happened.
     
  2. wuyanks

    wuyanks DF News Team Premium Member

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    swap your battery for a friends, which is fully charged. then get back into bootloader and load an sbf
     
  3. snipe

    snipe New Member

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    What if I don't have any battery in hand?
     
  4. Kmart95

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    See if you can use someone elses

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
  5. snipe

    snipe New Member

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    ..I'll have to wait 2 days for school to start again and then ask one of the two people in our entire school if they want to swap out their full battery for my dead one.
     
  6. JCo352

    JCo352 Senior Member

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    Are you trying to charge from the ac charger or off of a usb?
     
  7. JhankG

    JhankG Silver Member

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    Well that is your only option since you decicded to flash something without fully charging the battery.

    Sent from my Droid
     
  8. Droids

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    Doesn't the Verizon store carry a stand alone battery charger? Cost something but it's one way out of this.
     
  9. warrior21

    warrior21 Active Member

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    Or go and buy another battery. A new phone is going to cost a whole lot more.

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
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    Stand alone for the battery only ?
     
  11. LtKen

    LtKen Silver Member

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    The phone has to be on to charge.
     
  12. snipe

    snipe New Member

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    So there's no way to fix it without charging the battery somehow? And let's say I did end up charging it but it doesn't work, what shall I do?
     
  13. JCo352

    JCo352 Senior Member

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    Answer my question from the first page.
     
  14. snipe

    snipe New Member

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    I've tried charging with both. They both try to turn the phone on but it gets stuck in boot.
     
  15. forkup

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    Use adb to flash clockwork recovery then reload a rom. There's several threads on how to do that.