So is there anyway around this??

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  1. cincinnaticj7
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    Please see the attached image as well as the attached link that started earlier. I have been trying get my Droid X back from the dead..if you will... from going from Liberty 1.5 to the rooted Gingerbread...which may have killed it... and I am having a hell of a time trying to fix it. Please assist.

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/ha...read-root-not-wanted-apply-rom-now-stuck.html

    Here is what the error log looks like.

    18:52:38, June 01, 2011
    Line: 1641
    ERROR: Platform is not defined for CDMA_TYPE-OMAP_CHIPSET.
    File: D:\test_dev_usb\flash\code\flashdll\FlashCharacteristics.cpp
    Device ID: 0

    18:52:38, June 01, 2011
    Line: 1641
    ERROR: Platform is not defined for CDMA_TYPE-MSM6800_CHIPSET.
    File: D:\test_dev_usb\flash\code\flashdll\FlashCharacteristics.cpp
    Device ID: 0

    18:52:46, June 01, 2011
    Line: 2170
    ERROR: Device S Flash OMAP3630 MI is not supported.
    File: D:\test_dev_usb\flash\code\flashdll\FlashCharacteristics.cpp
    Device ID: 0

    18:52:46, June 01, 2011
    Line: 1021
    ERROR: Phone[0000]: Unable to retrieve initialization values from INI file.
    File: D:\test_dev_usb\flash\code\flashdll\PST_FP_FlashThread.cpp
    Device ID: 0

    18:52:46, June 01, 2011
    Line: 520
    ERROR: Unable to retrieve initialization values from INI file.
    File: D:\test_dev_usb\flash\code\flashdll\FlashHdlr.cpp
    Device ID: 0

    I am also running on XP sp3 and with rsd 4.2 because that seems to be the ONLY Rsd to pick the usb connection...but it still doesn't load anything.
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    DX needs minimum 4.9 AFAIK.

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    Well even after loading up Unbuntu Linux..to try and reload the SBF file, I am not getting anywhere. It says it cannot find the phone.
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    From the filename, you are flashing a Droid1 SBF to a DroidX. That will not work.
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    Well I downloaded the correct file for the Droid X sbf. And it still is not connecting
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    Not correct. RSD lite 4.8 works great. It's the only RSD that runs native as administrator also
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    Ah. Its 4.7 that doesn't work. I apologize.

    Have you tried moving the sbf into the rsdlite folder or renaming it to a shorter name?
    There are a few tricks.

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    I still am not able to get anything running/ meaning RSD 4.8 is not recognizing the Droid X
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    Lookup linux solution to your rsd lite problems that should fix it

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    I have actually ran this through linux (ubuntu) and it still says unable to find device.
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    Does the phone connect to the PC ok? Can you transfer files to and from? Sounds like a driver issue to me.

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    No way.....you are having issues with RSD? ;)

    OK....this is no shock....at all. Try this and let me know if you still have any trouble. Bet you wont.

    Linux solution to your Windows/RSD lite problems

    but you MUST read and follow every step just like it is described.
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    Make sure you are running RSD lite as administrator.
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    I have ran RSD as an admin on 3 different Computers..they are all running XP SP3. And nothing... I just ran the Linux flash, and I getting line 36 and line 23 errors. Then it loads some other lines of programs and then it says, waiting for phone. I think my Droid X may be out of luck...
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    I had lots of trouble trying 1kds linux method, always stuck at "waiting for phone" and also rsd 4.8 and 4.9 always "failed to re-enumerate." Despite using three different pcs (2 on xp sp3 and 1 on win7) and deleting and reinstalling drivers and software, nothing would work to sbf my phone. So on the final try instead of manually installing the drivers for my machines i just went to moto's site and got "moto helper" and it took care of the drivers for me. Then to my amazement rsd worked and my phone was revived after only 9 minutes.

    Note: when plugging my x into usb prior to obtaining moto helper my pc didn't see anything from motorola regardless of the selected usb connection type, only a removable storage device - after moto helper the pc Saw everything just fine, not just a storage device but a moto phone with omap processor AND storage. Just thought I'd share my experience

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    Joe.Bob,

    I had the motorola helper file with the RSD and SBF files prior to the Linux part that I am stuck in now. I have changed out my USB connections, USB to Micro USB cable, still getting nowhere and I am just plain frustrated.

    I have admin rights on everything as well...
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    Hmm I didn't have to run anything as admin on xp, but I did have to open up the properties of rsd and the sbf file itself and "unblock" them from windows security to get it working. Not sure if that's the admin part or not. Sorry for your dilemma, hope you get it fixed

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