Please Help. Is my Droid X Bricked? Went from Gingerbread->Liberty in Clockwork.

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  1. Micahh
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    After getting tired of Gingerbread, I wanted to go back to Liberty 2.0
    I went into clockwork recovery and Nandroid recovered back to when I had liberty 2.0. I had a feeling it wouldn't work but I didn't know it would be this bad.

    The phone won't boot up.
    I can't get past "M" logo; sometimes after the M logo it goes to a blank screen.
    I can't get into clockwork recovery anymore.
    I can get into bootloader 30.04 screen
    but my device doesn't appear on RSDLITE 4.9
    This makes it impossible to SBF back.


    The driver I am missing is s flash omap3630 mi. I've been trying everything I can find for 3 hours.

    Someone please help. How can I get the drivers I need?
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    i just say use a different computer. I had the same issue useing windows xp but worked on my windows 7 computer. also look around I cant post any links someone created a linux live cd for just sbf your phone back to normal
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    Try a different version of rsd they have bugs in some versions. Linux is the easier way. As said by the previous post use a live linux cd if u don't wont to install linux on your computer. If you need some links on info let me know

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    Install the latest drivers from Motorola. If you have them uninstall them and re-install and give it another try. If that does not work let us know. Also if you are using Windows 7 on a 64bit machine they are known to have issues search around.

    Also make sure you using the correct SBF file you need the FULL .340 SBF file.
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    If you can't get pass the M, can't get into bootloader to run SBF I feel you are officially bricked.

    I was in the same situation and I could get into bootloader. I completed the sbf successfully and still could not get past the M. This was a D2, not an X but basically similar situation.

    I'd start thinking about exercising your warranty and getting another phone.
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    He said he can get into the bootloader. Rsd is giving him the issues whether it be drivers or the version of rsd.

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    Im sorry :( thats why u have no investigate before doing something
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    Or, just use unrooted stock. It's really not that bad as a bricked DroidX.

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    I want to confirm... a Nandroid recovery did not work to restore your phone? A lot of people consider it the foolproof backup/restore to get back to the last known working version.

    Thank you for sharing your experience. It will enlighten others.

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    Try RSD 4.7 or 4.8. I hear 4.9 has bugs.
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    You can't restore from gingerbread back to froyo .

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    ^^^i agree with home skillet..lol
    ..flashin a Nandroid of your previous back up to get back from Gingerbread to your custom or stock Froyo rom cause this problem you have here..

    since you can get into the bootloader, you can still do and SBF
    all you have to do is find a non curupted RSDlite and unstall all previous drivers and reinstall them...
    if your using windows...XP, 7 make sure u Run RSDlite as "Admin"..
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    Lol I had the same issue. Only remedy is an sbf .

    Sent from a DROIDX that has been flashed more times then a bead vendor at mardi gras.
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    Rsd 4.7 worked fine for me. Just make sure you are flashing .340

    Sent from a DROIDX that has been flashed more times then a bead vendor at mardi gras.
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    I had a situation the other day where I upgraded to RSDLite 4.9 and it wouldn't see my phone. I went back to 4.8 and it could see my phone, but then it wouldn't take the SBF file. My Desktop was cluttered with SBF files. I am running Windows 7 64 bit. I remembered reading somewhere that putting the SBF file in the root of your C:\ Drive, and renaming it to something like r.sbf or r1.sbf would work. Once I put it in the root of my C:\ Drive, RSDLite 4.8 recognized it and my phone was back to normal.
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    There have been issues with windows 7 and rsd. Vista has worked fine each time for me with no issues

    Sent from a DROIDX that has been flashed more times then a bead vendor at mardi gras.
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    Honestly, you are in good shape if you can get into the bootloader. I would use a VM of Ubuntu if you don't use Linux already and use "sbf_flash". It is so brain dead simple to SBF this way, RSD is for suckers!

    OPTICALDELUSION: sbf_flash
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    This Happened to me just last night actually

    I wanted to give the new Liberty rom a shot, so I used Droid 2 Recovery to try to restore from Gingerbread back to froyo and I encountered the same issue. I spent a good hour either waiting for my phone to load, and pulling the battery, and all that. What ended up working was I went into recovery and selected clear data/factory reset and just reinstalled the Gingerbread.zip that I initially used to flash gingerbread, then just sbf'ed back to 2.3.340
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