SBF problem.... help please?

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    Alright, I was running 2.3.20 on a rooted DX with rubiX Focused 1.8.9.

    When I saw that the SBF file for the 2.3.320 file was released I downloaded it and got set up to flash it and update to the leak.

    I completely charged the phone, and followed these instructions: Complete Droid X .sbf Flashing Guide

    I'm using RSDlite 4.9 on Windows 7 64 bit with the latest motorola drivers installed 4.7.1

    I didn't have any trouble whatsoever until it completed flashing and now RSDLite says "Please manually power up this phone" but it is stuck in the "Droid to red eye thing" animation.

    I searched google and found [EasyTip™] RSDLite stuck at "Please manually power up this phone." - Mobile Modding.us and tried that, but it still got stuck in the same animation.

    When I went into the bootloader again, it still says I'm on 30.03 and NOT 30.04. Does this mean that it didn't apply the SBF?

    Please tell me I'm not screwed :icon_eek:
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    Boot into factory recovery...wipe data factory reset you should be good to go.


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    Alright, I tried that - that didn't work. Still stuck on the red eye thing. When I load into the factory recovery it says ... "E:Can't open /cache/recovery/command" too - don't know if that means anything.

    Going to try reflashing the SBF and making sure that RSDLite is working in admin mode. If that doesn't work, I'm gonna try using a different computer. The guide said he had trouble with win7 64 bit... so ...
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    Alright, I don't know what I did different this time, but the phone is back up and working. Thanks for your help - I was starting to get a little frantic. Been messing with it for like 2 hours and was afraid I'd kill the battery
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    Nice glad to hear it. Might have just not flashed properly the first time.

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    Probably. Rsdlite blows balls. sbf_flash all the way. I actually just sbfed the leak tonight as well. Glad my guide helped you (especially the faq :laugh:)

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