Instructions: Boot into recovery on Dx2

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  1. papibone5

    papibone5 New Member

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    I hijack this from another forums and I also perform the process and it work flawless

    But here is a version:

    •Power down
    •Power up holding the power button and the down arrow at the same time and keep holding. You will see it say something to the effect of "Fast Boot." Now you can release.
    •Press the down arrow until you get to "Launch (or boot) into Android Recovery" or something to that effect. (Roughly about 7 presses).
    •Press BOTH the up and down arrow simultaneously. It will load the next window we all know.
    •Now press the up AND down arrows again. Now it will put you into the menu screen.
    •Up and down arrows are still used to scroll. Your power button is your "enter" or "select" key.

    I also found something interesting out. If you power on pressing the up arrow and power button simultaneously, it gives you RSD tools or something like that!

    I haven't looked to see what all is there to select from on the RSD thing or the other things going to recovery. But if someone beats me to it, by al means, hit us up and share it. We are all on the same team here. Hahahahaha
     
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    Awesome work! I must have powered up a dozen times already. So how much more work until we can flash? I understand the bootloader is locked but someone has to be able to hack it or bypass it, right?
     
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    Awesome work! I must have powered up a dozen times already. So how much more work until we can flash? I understand the bootloader is locked but someone has to be able to hack it or bypass it, right?
     
  4. papibone5

    papibone5 New Member

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    I take no credit in this I just came upon it over at the droidxforum.. but hopefully this will be a start of something big

    Sent from my DROID X2 using DroidForums
     
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    You can also use Quick Boot to boot into recovery mode on DX2 (when rooted obviously) for those who don't care to do the button madness...

    <a href="https://market.android.com/details?id=com. siriusapplications.quickboot&feature=search_result" target="_blank">https://market.android.com/details? id=com.siriusapplications.quickboot&feature=search_ result</a>

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  6. psychotic_penguin

    psychotic_penguin Super Moderator
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    Very similar to the Xoom, except locked up
     
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    Signing keys?
     
  8. DoubleTapp89

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    Thanks for the find. Never know when you might need to go into recovery mode.
     
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    Good work!
     
  10. scott240

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    I can get into recovery but I don't see where I can install zip. I have looked all over the internet but can't seem to find out where to install a custom rom. All the x2 bootstrap links I have found are broken so how would I put a rom on my x2, could someone please help me I am stumped
     
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    Here's a bootstrap download
    http://db.tt/sy5eGE3s

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    Thank you very much, it works great.
     
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