SBF'ed DX now have a Blue triangle and no Data

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    I have Sbf'ed for the first time, using rsdlite and after booting my device up in 2.3.34, there is a blue triangle in my notification bar and I have NO data reception. As you might understand issues like this drive my obssessive compulsiveness through the roof, Im slightly new to the rooting and was just trying to get back to normal old froyo. Now it seems I've screwed up. I have tried dialing *228 (I dont know if that makes sense but it was all I could come up with). Also since I was on Apex before I Sbf'ed I still have the Apex start up logo. Not a fan. I could really use some help!

    *Also, it looks as though I am no longer rooted..
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    You need to use option 1 when dialing *228.
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    I don't know how you SBF'd. I do it this way ALWAYS on DX's now. This for me is the absolute very best way to SBF an X

    Linux solution to your Windows/RSD lite problems

    moving on the blue triangle I believe indicates activation of the device. I can't recall if the *228 option 1 thing removes that or if it was signing into the Gmail account again that fixed it....
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    I did dial 1 and nothing else happened... I thought it was strange. I also can't make normal calls. Except to that activation number. I'll try signing in to gmail.
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    If you can just do the SBF method I posted above and try this again. I am thinking something might not have gone down right when you SBF'd.
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    Well I'm already signed into my google account. I'm also getting the error that gmail force closed every time I open it. And I was following a guide that helped me SBF on windows.
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    Oh, are you saying that just SBF ing again could give me all my connectivity back?
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    It should fix all your problems providing there are no hardware issues

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    Just follow the method I posted and tell me what happens

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    If it didn't say phone programmed successfully you need to do it again. Sometimes people have issues activating at night. Try again today.
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    Alright, I wanted to try this first to see if it was just this simple and it worked, so now i have a working phone today. Thanks! However, now Im still stuck with the Apex Boot Animation, and Gmail crashes constantly... Im going to try that other SBF method when I get home this evening, will that fix both of those issues? just curious. Or will I need to root my phone again from here and change the boot animation and then SBF back?
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    Yes it should fix all the issues you have described.
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    Just one more question so that I can make sure I'm following all the steps (I wanna get it right this time haha). Do I need to be rooted to enter Bootloader mode? or to SBF in general?
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    You don't need to be rooted to get into the bootloader.

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    Okay nerdslogic I really appreciate the feedback so far. From you and the others :) I have followed the Linux method and upon booting my phone up I still have the exact same issues :/ Apex Boot Animation is still there, and Gmail is still crashing constantly... what are my other options??
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    Alright, turns out the Gmail crashing was as simple as just needing to update it in the market XD

    ... so Ive got that fixed. Now I just need to figure out a way to get the Stock Droid X bootlogo back so that I can have my phone completely back to normal. Im thinking one way would be to root the phone again and install it custom myself? Or perhaps I have been SBF'ing a system file rather than the 'Full SBF'.. so i'll try another SBF I suppose. Downloading a new one from a fresh link right now... it couldnt hurt. Thoughts?
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    Oh my god, I just fixed everything.I've been doing my research all night and found that I needed to boot the phone into recovery and factory reset. ITS FIXED. And I am so ridiculously happy. Now I'm just crossing my fingers for that Official OTA Gingerbread update! :D
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