My DX wont take the SBF file.....HELP!

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  1. prince1071

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    I'm trying to SBF and it isnt working for me. I made the attempt to SBF earlier and it went through the process as normal with a "100%/Successful" end result from RSD lite and now my phone is stuck in a boot loop at the M...when I try to redo the SBF process it tells me "FAIL" each time and I've tried different methods, meaning I used different downloads (SBF Files) but RSD will only recognize one of the SBF files that I have. When I select a different file the RSD "START" button isnt active for me to attempt the flash process.....

    PLEASE HELP, ANYONE, IF POSSIBLE........thanks

    I should add that I'm able to get the phone into "bootloader" mode and plug it in where RSD will recognize the phone but it wont run the flash process. I tried to get it into recovery mode also but nothing happens when I press the "search" button....just the "yellow exclamation" on the screen, but it wont go into "recovery mode" for me to attempt a wipe or factory reset...
     
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    pm sent this will help
     
  3. XDRDX

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    The easiest way to SBF is to download ubuntu iso mount it then use the wubi installer choosing the second option then reboot into linux and use sbf_flash.

    Follow this guide.

    Complete Droid X .sbf Flashing Guide

    SBF always works from linux and is easy as pie!
     
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    Maybe try that method in the"new way to sbf" thread. I did that and it worked for me.
     
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    he figured it out. this thread should be closed
     
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