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

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by Micahh, Apr 16, 2011.

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    (Fixed!:Solution) Is my Droid X Bricked? Went from Gingerbread->Liberty in Clockwork.

    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.
    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.


    Edit: Problem Fixed. I used windows XP (instead of windows 7) and downloaded the drivers from the motorola website, get them here: USB and PC Charging Drivers - Motorola Mobility, Inc. USA
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    Your not bricked you will just need to sbf 2.3.340 that will get you back up and running
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    My Droid X won't show up in RSDLITE; I need drivers, but I can't find any anywhere.
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    Well he said his phone isn't showing in rsdlite. So im curious too...how can he sbf if the phone isn't showing up in rsdlite?

    Im not sure what you need to do bro. Haven't had my phone not show up in rsdlite. But if your phone was perma bricked it wouldn't even turn on, at least I don't think. When I bricked my PSP when hacking it, it wouldn't even turn on. But phones could be different. But I think your phone isn't bricked

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    You have to sbf when you jump between os versions

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    Get the team black hat app, there is an sbf zip file you can install via clock work, or go to the moto site and get the drivers

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    I thought so.. I should've waited until i got home :/ but i wanted liberty back. GB user for 1 week, Liberty user since 1.0.

    I hope this wasn't a $500 mistake
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    Fully charged battery? what does stock recovery say when you plug your usb device in? If you can get to the bootloader like you said you should have no problem getting a sbf with a good charge .
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    See my above post

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    It was 90% when it died. So i should be fine there.

    The problem is that RSDlite wont detect my device, my computer says it has no drivers..
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    Read my above

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    I don't think the moto site helped, I installed their programs and it's still not showing up in Rsdlite? :s
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    There is a download specifically for the droid x drivers

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    Link me please? I appreciate it
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    Now I'm trying it on xp too, same thing... can't find driver s flash omap3630 mi.
    Anyone have any ideas?:/
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    try rebooting your computer if you havent already.
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    I've been in this situation more than once.
    This excellent collection of links set me up in no time . I prefer the full system SBF since I've been tinkering with the Gingerbread leak but it's probably not necessary.

    As far as your phone powering down during an update, I wouldn't worry about it since you said the flash was mostly completed. My assumption is that the SW update loader is the first 0.5% of progress that way if everything else is fubar you can at least reflash.

    This guy put together a simple-to-use live linux image for SBF'ing if you're one of those people not running windows or need a different method for troubleshooting.
    I run that in a parallels VM many many times and find it very useful.

    I've never seen a genuinely bricked DX, just phones that need help getting into working condition. I've gotten stuck and worked it out so many times that now it's casual like changing out a wallpaper.

    Use Recovery Backup frequently!!! The best way to experiment is to backup, flash whatever you like and go from there. More than once I have flashed a bad zip or performed a wipe and then found that the zip is bad so I'd have to start at square one. If you have recovery backup images you will invariably save yourself time and frustration.

    Hope that helps and happy hacking.