Newbie in Need!

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  1. WVdroidx40

    WVdroidx40 New Member

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    Im stuck at the boot logo screen after trying to install Gb with root and deodexer. I had the right software and cached and wiped before download. now i cant get it to even turn on. any suggestions?
     
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    Ive also pulled battery many times.
     
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    Have you tried battery pull?

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    If it was me, I would sbf back to stock 2.2. Then try again.....but that is just me. Can you get into recovery?

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    only sign i have of life right now is the LED from being plugged in
     
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    http://www.mydroidworld.com/forums/droid-x-how-tos/6233-how-sbf-droid-x-2-3-320-340-a.html
    You will need to sbf back to stock. Then root again. I like Z4root. Then reinstall Clockwork Recovery and Rom Manager. Once you finish check your gb download to make sure the md5 checksum is a correct. If it is, then reinstall in Clockwork Recovery. Make sure you do a factory reset / wipe data about 3 times in Clockwork Recovery before you flash the new rom. This should be standard practice. It's the best way to insure a clean install. You don't need to format the SD Card though.
    Hope this helps!