Sbf and gb leak

Discussion in 'Droid 2 Tech Issues' started by destin246, May 13, 2011.

  1. destin246

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    If I got the gb leak can I use d2 sbf and. Rsd lite 4.9 and moto drivers to get back to froyo stock?

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    Yes you can use the d2. 2.3.20 sbf to go back to stock froyo from the leak gb

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    Rsd lite will not recognize my phone any suggestions?

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    Did you put in to the bootloader before running rsd lite, also sometimes you might have run rsd lite as administrator

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    Yes. How do I run it in administrator?

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    You make yourself an administrator of the computer and log in as such.

    I want to caution people about assuming you can sbf back to stock from Gingerbread. I successfully completed the sbf and my phone bricked. There is no explanation on how or why this happened.

    Just be aware that things can go wrong. Nothing is guaranteed, things can go wrong.
     
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    Yes what hookbill said also in rsd lite if you go to config in the tool bar and go down to device id option and select first come and restart it it seem to help

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    Well guess I'm stayin on gb lol.

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    For what its worth when I was using my DROID 2 I successfully flashed an sbf 10+ times from gingerbread. I prefer using linux though considering sbf flashing is as simple as entering a few terminal commands. Obviously things CAN always go wrong but I feel like rsdlite is what causes the most trouble for people. I haven't heard of anyone bricking their device by flashing with linux but I suppose it could happen.