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RSDLite has "Start" button grayed out/unclickable

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by reichbc, Apr 17, 2010.

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    I recently had trouble with my Droid in an endless boot loop, and trying to charge my battery while it was stuck int hat loop just made the phone overheat. So i used SPRecovery to clear the data and cache partitions, and it started up. I have the battery up to about 20% but when i plug it into the computer and run RSDLite, the Start button is not clickable after I select the SBF file. Any ideas?
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    Do you have the motorola drivers installed on your computer? Do you not have a backup you can roll back to. What brought about your bootloop issue, a little more information could go a long way in getting your issue resolved.
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    If you have the correct Motorola drivers installed already, be sure to move or copy the .sbf file over to the root of your C:\ drive and rename the file to a shorter title (1234.sbf). That worked for me (running Vista Business on my comp)...
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