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Liberty GB - Loop on install

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by subyfan, Apr 29, 2011.

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    I am getting a loop at the boot logo no matter what method I use to flash GB. I am by no means new to any of this as far as ADB, RSD, flashing, etc. goes. Any input as to another method I could try would be greatly appreciated and could possible save my sanity!!!

    Cheers
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    You have a Droid X right? After you flash and start looping have you gone in and wiped davlik cache?
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    Did you start from a clean .340 froyo SBF? Often times after an SBF, i'll bootloop until i go into factory recovery and do a reset/wipe.
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    Yes I have a Droid X and I have tried all of the above mentioned steps in differing combinations. Still never make it past the "FIST".
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    Meh. To make things clear, care to list your step process?
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    I know this is going to sound stupid and I don't mean to insult your intelligence by any means but have you gone to Youtube and looked up booting into recovery on the DX? You might find an alternative way. I found one for the Droid 2 that way.

    Another question. What if you pull battery, insert USB cable connected to PC, install battery and boot? This typically throws me into recovery
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    Not to be short, but I have literally tried everything!!!
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    I have no problem getting into recovery. I have reinstalled, SBF'd, etc literally probably 15 times...
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    Have you tried slamming it face down on a tile floor? I did that with a Droid 2 and it resulted in a new Droid 2 with no issues.....;)
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    ok.....I think I was confused and thinking you couldn't get into recovery. So you SBF and then bootloop right? After you SBF and start bootlooping, have you booted into recovery, gone to advanced, wiped davlik cache? That fixes all my bootloop issues especially after flashing GB.

    I would try it again....if you are bootlooping go into recovery, wipe data, factory reset, go into advanced and wipe davlik then back out and reboot.

    If that doesn't work see my above post.
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    I am getting close to considering this now.
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    Have you tried redownloading the file over wifi...are you using d2bootstrap?
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    Lul. Understandable subyfan. Have you tried to install using koush's recovery browsing to the liberty/nightly folder?
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    Pull your battery and make sure phone is off. Insert battery and plug it into a wall charger. Wait for the battery charging logo to pop up, then power on. I then downloaded over wifi and it worked.

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    Last edited: Apr 29, 2011
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    There is no advanced in stock recovery?
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    I have tried using the built in bootstrap in the toolbox as well as the D2Bootstrap. I have also tried installing manually through clockwork as mentioned above.

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    Well ****, who did you piss off? lol.
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    I couldn't get past the fist logo either. I also couldn't boot into recovery. The only thing that would work was that method. Once I booted up like normal, I downloaded over wifi and it worked. No idea why but that worked.

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    Apparently the Android GODS!!!
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    KK then will try this now!