Please help me!!

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  1. rooted1

    rooted1 New Member

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    I rooted my droid 1 a few days ago, everything worked fine. This morning I woke up and my phone would not turn on. So far I reset to the factory state and then rebooted the phone. For whatever reason now when I turn the phone on it goes to the bootloader screed. From there I can get to clockwork mod but i cant seem to get the phone to recover and turn on correctly. Any help is much appreciated
     
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    Tallica Premium Member Rescue Squad Premium Member

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    Were you running a Rom? What does it say in regards to battery on the bootloader screen? Is your phone charged?
     
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    yes i was running on the cyanogen rom, in bootloader i have
    Battery Ok
    Ok to program
    Connect to usb
    Data cable
     
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    I have also gone into clockwork mod and done the data wipe, cache wipe, tried to restore my latest backup, nothing seems to get the phone to turn on without going into bootloader
     
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    Tallica Premium Member Rescue Squad Premium Member

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    If you can get to clockwork, wipe data/cache x2 then use link 4 in my sig. If that doesn't work I'd say you have to try to flash a .sbf with RSD.
     
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    are you doing this all with your phone plugged in?
     
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    ok i have rsd lite now but my phone doesnt show up as a device. I tried switching options in the config. tab but it still doesnt show my device. Any suggestions?
     
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    did you install the motorola drivers?
     
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    Can't you just flash a different ROM? Try LGB....it's fast, seems stable, and very pleasing to use and see.
     
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    also any idea of what could have caused this issue in the first place? I rely on my phone for work and would love to avoid this in the future, that is if i get the phone working again
     
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    yes i have the drivers installed
     
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    there may be a simple solution to this, and im sorry if this insults your intelligence in any way, but have all these problems happened with a data cable plugged in because if so, a simple reboot without the data cable plugged in should clear this up