Im in need for help! Please!

Discussion in 'Droid 2 Tech Issues' started by SilentNinjaX, Oct 23, 2010.

  1. SilentNinjaX

    SilentNinjaX New Member

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    I was trying to format my SDCard because I had too much on it and it was going really slow. I formatted it under the recovery menu (for rooted droids) and it didn't do anything. So like a dumb*** I was, I formatted everything in the partitions menu part of the recovery; boot, system, data, cache, sdcard, sd-ext. Now it won't boot anymore any it stays at the M logo, the motorola sign. I found out that I didn't unmount my sdcard (was copying stuff to computer before) and rebooted in recovery and tried to format it but it didn't do anything, so it resulted in the severe regret. :'(
    All I can do is go to the recovery menu.

    PLEASE HELP ME! I'LL BE WILLING TO TRY ANYTHING! I LOVE MY DROID A LOT AND I REALLY HOPE TO BRING IT BACK TO LIFE AGAIN! I'LL BE THE HAPPY GUY IN THE WORLD IF YOU HELPED ME!!

    *EDIT*: I'm sorry I barely realized that this is under the droid 2 section. but please still try to help me! im desperate to have my droid back in working condition!
     
    #1 SilentNinjaX, Oct 23, 2010
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    If you have a backup, and you should, just restore it.

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    Connect your phone to your computer, assuming you have clockwork, go to partitions, mount USB, put a ROM on your sd card, dismount USB, apply the rom...or just restore a backup.