Stuck in Bootloader

Discussion in 'Droid 2 Tech Issues' started by remarsh2003, Nov 13, 2010.

  1. remarsh2003

    remarsh2003 New Member

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    i was trying to do the sfb back to 2.1 to unroot my phone now its would let me out of Bootloader i tried doing it over again and still the some thing can anyone plzs help me
     
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    If you got 2.2 on your phone you can not flash back to 2.1. You need 2.2 sbf.
     
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    One more thing u can just unroot vs flashing sbf
     
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    Hey everybody, I have the droid 2; rooted with z4; wifi hotspot hacked; and thats where I stopped. This past saturday my phone died and when i got it home and charged I went to turn it on.... It started fine then couldnt get past screen after bootscreen after the Motorola M. Last night I re-flashed the stock roms using RSD Lite and it passed after i finally figured out the drivers and such. Still a no go on the loading, im losing it right now because i dont have my phone.


    Asurion said since its cracked (has been for like a month) it voids the warranty so i figured i'll just mod it. Is it a hardware issure? I can use my rebate from them to buy one for $100 till august but I would lose all my stuff.

    Anybody have an idea on what to do? Im still a n00b but i can figure out most things.
     
  5. UrbanBounca

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    Asurion is insurance. Why wouldn't they cover a damaged screen?

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    So you sbf'd and it's still stuck? Are you sure you sbf'd correctly? Which guide did you follow?
     
  7. lizard

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    I can't get past this either, since I also pay for it.

    Sent from my rooted, and CM7 rommed, Droid2
     
  8. CODModder

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    I called Asurion for the bootloader screen, they said that the cracked screen voided their warranty.

    Anyways I did a factory wipe of all data because I was getting pissed and I was in a bad mood. The phone is fixed since. I wiped, I re activated it and all I need to do is download all my apps again. Thank god it saved my pics and music! Im on the fence.about re rooting her just to be safe, and I cant remember what method I used to re flash but if you want to know I could go on my computer bookmarks and find it later, sorry guys... Thanks for the replies anyway

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  9. UrbanBounca

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    There is no "warranty" with Asurion. I think you're mixing up "warranty" and "insurance."

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    Yeah I was mixing that up. My bad, but i called them in the first place because of the bootloader issue. It would have been covered had the phone not been cracked, thats their reason for not replacing the phone, it could have been damaged from the fall. Which it wasnt.

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  11. UrbanBounca

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    It has a cracked screen due to a fall. If you have insurance (via Asurion), call them and tell them you dropped the phone and cracked the screen. VZW won't warranty a damaged phone, which is why you're paying for insurance via Asurion.
     
  12. CJM

    CJM Developer Relations Staff Member Rescue Squad Premium Member

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    Are you saying that asurion won't replace it for free or that they wont let you file a claim?

    Tapped from an Unbrickable DROID
     
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    I could get a refurbed phone from them for $100. I didn't want to pay that because I knew I could fix it if they didn't replace it free.


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  14. UrbanBounca

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    The new LCD will cost you about $50. I'd much rather pay the $100 and get an insurance replacement. If you don't have the tools and time, it's not worth it.
     
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