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  1. satoru

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    Team black hat offers the sbf files that's where I got mine for my d2g.

    Edit: 4.9 is the newest version. All the drivers should update but if they don't I think there is a package for them as well. I did not need it so im not 100% on that.
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    He didn't say anything about filing an insurance claim for it...or a warranty claim, he just said he bought a new one. He hasn't said whether or not he has done anything wrong in regards to Motorola/Verizon so besides jumping the gun on buying a new DX, I'm not sure he did anything wrong...unless he states otherwise.
     
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    Good point, didn't see this post. Don't flame the guy for making a simple mistake all he did was buy a new one which he should return for his money if possible because im sure his first one will be working soon enough. I highly doubt one person sending their phone would cause moto to lock the bootloader >>

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    Dude you can totally do it and once you do, you will have a new found confidence in modding your phone. I made sure before I flashed a rom that I knew how to sbf, just in case. Hopefully this is a lesson learned!

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    Its funny that I can brick a phone and not a laptop even though they are the same price now.

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    You didn't brick ur phone. Same thing happens to a buddy of mine going from Rubix focused to rubix blurry. Use rsd lite to get back to stock and try again.

    Btw i have only Seen one truly bricked phone. When i couldn't fix it, i asked for help. No one could help. It was a true brick. Wouldn't turn on at all. Wouldn't charge. Nothing. It was useless

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    thank you every one im working on it now...... hope i get it right ill let everyone know:)
     
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    BTW im located in portland or
     
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    Hey dude..... I am in Portland also....if you want to meet up I can help you in person. Do you have Heytel installed? This might have just gotten much easier for you.
     
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    Try using this program/method. Worked perfect for me.

    • Burn the ISO to a disc.
    • Reboot your computer via cdrom.
    • Put your phone in the bootloader (power + camera + volume down)
    • Connect phone to the computer...
    • Follow the onscreen directions.
    Nothing install on the computer.. It is all run from the CD. Fast and Simple.

    When done you will have 2.3.340 on your phone stock.
    NOTE: use only if you have bootloader v30.04.

    Linux solution to your Windows/RSD lite problems