No RECOVERY Mode!!!

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  1. italianwhiplash

    italianwhiplash New Member

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    Alright, So yesterday I was rooting my droid and did so successfully. But as I was doing a nandroid back up. I failed on my first attempt, so decided to do a second try (was doing it off the droidreview tutorial on youtube) he left out two important steps so i added those steps in and i clicked recovery mode and it would start my phone as normal. I tried again and again no luck! i even tried to do it with the power button and x just reboots and reboots until i let go and then itll start normally
     
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    Did you root with DMupdater? Do you have DroidMod currently on the device?
     
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    italianwhiplash New Member

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    I rooted with the file he said to download, Nope I dont have droid mod on the phone. Only that little ninja guy is on my app box.
     
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    this is the video that i did the rooting with
     
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    Hold down x first.....then power up the device.
     
  6. Erron

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    It's not possible to have a phone that boots with no recovery mode. Youre def doing something wrong.
     
  7. italianwhiplash

    italianwhiplash New Member

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    all it does is the moto comes up goes blac...moto comes up...goes black..i let go of x and then the phone will start up like normal. I'm not doing anything wrong, it's just doing this.
     
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    ok, well let it reload..then use droidmod updater to reinstall the sprecovery.
     
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    Correct...I went to find a link to Dmupdater for you whiplash, anyone know where one is off hand?
     
  10. pc747

    pc747 DF Administrator Staff Member Rescue Squad

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    are you holding x the entire time; because whther you rooted or not you will go int to recovery mode the diff is this:

    Unrooted:
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    Step 3: Preparing the Droid for Root
    Once you have unmounted the phone, it is now time to prepare the Droid to receive the Root files. You will be accessing Recovery Mode to do this, a special Android console which can be used to manually recover and install updates. Start by powering down the phone completely.
    While holding “X” on the physical keyboard, hold the power button to turn on the phone. You may let go of the power button, but do not let go of X.
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    After a few seconds, an Exclamation Mark icon will appear. You may now let go of X. To access Recovery Mode from the exclamation mark icon, hold the volume up button and then press the camera button.
    [​IMG]




    rooted with sprecovery:


    [​IMG]
    Step 1: Boot into SPRecovery
    Power down the Droid completely.
    While holding “X” on the physical keyboard, hold the power button to turn on the phone. You may let go of the power button, but do not let go of X.
    [​IMG]
    After a few seconds, a green-gold colored Android logo should appear behind the SPRecovery Console menu.
    [​IMG]
    You may now let go of X and are now ready to perform a Nandroid backup.
    [​IMG]




    these images are from: Full System Backup Using Nandroid | Root Your Droid
     
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    pc747 DF Administrator Staff Member Rescue Squad

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    droid mod

    DroidMod Updater has been released. Click this link directly from your phone’s browser.
     
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    where do i get droidmod updater from pilot charles i've been doing that and it just reboots to the moto screen. i might just take it to bestbuy and swap my phone
     
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    Right where it says click this link from your phones browser.

    If youre rooted, and the bootloader is jacked and you take it back...and if they figure out you tried rooting.....your next verizon bill will be a bit more than expected.
     
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    you have the little ninja dude which is SU. Now all you need to do is install a terminal emulator from the market and open it. Once in the emulator type:

    su <enter>
    reboot recovery <enter>

    That should automatically reboot your Droid into recovery mode.
     
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