Moto Droid Stuck On BootLoader

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  1. decode88

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    My girlfriend had bought a droid a while back ( Droid 1 ) Motorola , She was hanging out with her friends and she looked down to check her phone and it was dead once she got home she plugged it up to the charger and she got this.

    Nothing was spilled on it.

    Bootloader
    2c.7c





    Battery OK
    OK to Program
    Connect USB
    Data Cable



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    This is a non rooted droid , It was stock we left it alone as far as mods go.

    This is a list of the things ive tried.

    Replaced Battery with a new one
    Put a new SD card in
    Cleared Data / Cache
    Installed SP Recovery
    Installed Clock Work Recovery
    Installed Bugless Beast V0.6.2.1
    Flashed VZW_A855_FRG22D_QSC6085BP_C_01.43.01P_SW_UPDATE_01 .sbf
    (When i try and install that SBF file i get RSD lite ERROR : Failed flashing process . Phone[0000] Error Switching phone to BP Pass Through Mode (0x70BE) ; Phone connected )


    Thanks in advance for your help.
     
  2. guidot

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    This is generally a driver or a USB connection issue. Is it plugged directly into the PC or through a USB hub? Do you have the latest Motorola drivers for your PC?
     
  3. decode88

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    I do have the latest drivers and i also have it plugged directly into the computer , It lets me install any other SBF like clockwork and sprecovery ive been just trying random things to try and get out of boot loader loop...
     
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    Motorola phones have this issue. Take it to verizon and explain that you didn't hack it.

    Sent from my D2G on MIUI
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  5. decode88

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    the phones around a year old , has no warranty im trying to fix it without having to pay to fix it.
     
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    My Droid X did the same thing Friday, the 12th, but my message was Bootloader
    30.04
    with the same written below this. Verizon told me it was a virus...is this correct? They had me wipe the phone and on reboot it repeatedly came back to the same message. Now it is completely dead with no response to anything. This is my third Droid X since 11/10. All have had some issue that could not be corrected. Is this phone really that bad? Now Verizon is sending me a new Droid X2, but after reading about some of the problems with that model, I don't know if I have made a good choice or not. Any suggestions?...a Verizon is going to follow up after I activate the new phone. I am really feed up with the phone and Verizon's help in dealing with the problems. We on have one store to serve a town or 150,000 and a major university of about 45,000. Waits to get service in store are an hour at the best. I switched from AT&T for better service and now not sure I did the right thing.

    I would like to hear and feedback...pro/con or suggestions.

    Thanks for your time and any help.


     
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