Possibly bricked phone

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  1. mattbc1

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    I went into bootstrap recovery under advanced options and basically formatted everything (system, boot, sd card etc.), now my phone is stuck at the m logo and won't go any furtther. I can get into stock recovery but that's about it. I know this was a stupid move but does anyone have a possible fix for this? Any help is appreciated.
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    Do a battery pull and try and turn it on again. If that doesn't work then hook it up to your computer and SBF it

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    If you can get into android recovery then you can get into rsd mode and sbf your phone to stock

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1175300

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    I tried this and it seemed like it was going through, but after it got to 100% in rsd lite it was saying "waiting for renumeration" . Then it just says that it failed. The thing is, rsd lite does not recognize my phone. Under meid/esn it doesn't show anything, and my computer no longer recognizes my phone when I plug in the usb cable. I'm back to my droid for now, this screen just feels so tiny compared to the x2.

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    Did you use the FULL sbf or the SYSTEM ONLY? Because if system only didn't work, the full sbf sometimes does.

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    It was the full sbf as far as I know. The file was about 482 mb, and I think 799 mb after I extracted it.

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    What are you using to extract the .gz file
    I had errors with winzip, winrar and gzip, it only worked with 7zip
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    Sorry it took so long to reply back, but work has been crazy. So I had to get a battery charger because my phone would not charge. I recharged the battery, extracted the file using 7 zip and I am happy to say my phone is back and working again. Thanks for the help.

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