Phone failed to boot 4 , Bricked?

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  1. gkeller16

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    My god ive havent felt like a noob this bad in a while lol. I did that and am getting


    === VRZ_MB870_DTN-14.8_1FF_01.sbf ===
    00: RDL03 0x00000000-0x002FFFFF 4E72 AP
    01: RDL01 0x00800000-0x00850457 60DE BP
    02: CG05 0x00000000-0x018BBF4F 0329 BP
    03: CG02 0x00000010-0x0000580F 92DB AP
    04: CG03 0x000000A0-0x0008009F 05E4 AP
    05: CG39 0x00000020-0x0030001F 07B9 AP
    06: CG42 0x00000050-0x0030004F A16C AP
    07: CG47 0x00000070-0x0008006F 7F99 AP
    08: CG56 0x00000100-0x000320FF 1A99 AP
    09: CG58 0x00000120-0x0080011F DCDF AP
    10: CG59 0x00000130-0x0080012F 2907 AP
    11: CG60 0x00000140-0x1C20013F 631C AP
    12: CG62 0x00000160-0x0140015F C8DA AP
    13: CG65 0x00000190-0x115ED98F 52A1 AP

    >> waiting for phone: FAILED: Could not claim usb interface
    (Are you root?)
    ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop$
     
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    Try this:

    sudo ./sbf_flash <file name>

    Sent from my DROID X2
     
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    crossing fingers , its running !
     
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    Sweet I hope it works for you because honestly, I don't have any other options for you.

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    yeah , I hear ya . Im about to throw it out the window and claim my insurance .We shall see its running pretty slow but no errors or anything yet .
     
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    I'm pretty confident this will work, just because you were getting it to *mostly* flash with RSDlite. Just for some reason the last part wouldn't take. The nice thing about linux is there is nothing to interfere with the process, like drivers or windows crap lol. Flashing with linux is bullet proof, so if it won't work now it's probably never going to.

    Good luck and let me know what happens.

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    still failed to boot ,sigh ,Well I appreciate the help its not looking good for my x2. This is from the command :

    >> waiting for phone: Connected.
    >> uploading RDL03: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> verifying ramloader
    -- OK
    >> executing ramloader
    -- OK
    >> waiting for phone: Connected.
    >> sending erase
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG02: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG03: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG39: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG42: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG47: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG56: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG58: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG59: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG60: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG62: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> uploading CG65: 100.0%
    -- OK
    >> rebooting
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    Well damn I'm gonna have to say it's a hardware issue, cause that is definitely been flashed, linux won't lie to you like windows.

    other than getting a replacement the only other thing I can think of is getting a TBH programming cable and using that to flash it. which will take time and a little cash to get. Might as well just file an insurance claim.

    Sorry I couldn't help more.

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    If I take this back to verizon and just play dumb ,will they know it was rooted ,meaning was my system completly wiped clean?
     
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    Only if you did a factory reset and a sbf will it be totally clean. Just a sbf alone won't do it.

    But since it won't boot and you couldn't flash a sbf there is a chance they won't be able to find out. But they'll try and I don't really know if they can get it to boot.

    Just guessing but I'd say you'd have a 85% chance of getting away with it.

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    You did have a fully charged battery when you were flashing, right?

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    no it was about 30 percent . I had read about charging the battery but my wife took her x with her and thats all I had at the time . That was my next step was to try charging it to full when she gets back .
     
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