Hi all Well I bricked my phone and I'm stuck in AP Fastboot. When I try to start the phone (boot it up from off) It gets as far as the M logo then enters AP fastboot or it might even go directly to fastboot. What I was doing: I was trying to use Matt's Droid RAZR M utility 1.20 option 1 to go back to stock 4.1.2. That's when my problems started. I had nearly 70% battery when i started (now it says "low battery"). Phone set up: Droid RAZR M 4.1.2; Rooted; Locked bootloader; Safestrap 3.12 and backed up; stock slot was still stock and ROM slot 1 was running Eclipse Custom ROM. To be honest I cant remember if i was back in stock ROM slot or ROM slot 1 when I attempted to use Matt's Utility. And I didn't uninstall Safestrap nether prior to using the utility. Don't know how much those factors played into causing my problem. What I have tried: I have tried RSD Lite 6.1.4 with xml.zip files from the Droid-Developers SBF web site. But i keep getting this fail message, "Failed flashing process. 1/19 flash partition "gpt_main0.bin" -> Phone returned Fail." I have tried manually pushing the recovery.img, boot.img and system.img file onto the phone via cmd.exe and it fails with this message for all three attempts, "Battery Low!!" "FAILED (remote failure)". I have tried Matt's Utility option 1 I get multiple fail messages, "Failed to erase partition", "FAILED (remote failure)", "Failed to flash partition boot", "Failed to write mmc". I even purchased one of Team Black Hats Factory Programing Adapters (little red adapter) That acts like a factory programing cable (they said they don't sell the cable any more cause the red adapter does the same thing for cheaper). With the adapter connected I still get the same fail messages in RSD Lite, Matt's Utility, and cmd.exe prompt. I was under the impression that the factory programing cable (adapter) would solve my low battery issue. Any help would be great. Thank you in advance. View attachment 66236 View attachment 66237 View attachment 66238 View attachment 66239 View attachment 66240 PS: Also, I did not take the last OTA update from a few weeks ago. I was planning to unlock my bootloader. And my computer is a Windows XP (sp3). Thanks Again.