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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global Development' started by 1KDS, Sep 8, 2011.
Glad to help out the community!
Answered pm, but I'll answer here too in case any one else was wondering. This iso doesn't change the baseband so you won't need to activate after flashing.
Huh, when I went to run the script, everything seemed to work at first. I pressed enter at the "Boot Baby... Boot" screen, and the yellow dots showed for a few minutes. Then a bunch of white script started to appear, but after a little bit, my display turned off and nothing happened. My laptop was still on, but nothing really happened. And also, after waiting at the display off for a little while, if I press Enter a few times, I can enter the SliTaz operating system I think. I did this whole process a few times, both with the phone not already plugged in, and plugged in in bootloader mode. Any idea why this is happening? I'm running Windows 7 on a Dell laptop.
How hard would it be to update the program to the newest 4.5.608 sbf file?
Pretty sure there isn't one.
I stand corrected.
Edit: Droid-Life also posted this, so it's legit.
Apparently, there is one now.
Note: I haven't tried this yet, use at your own risk.
Gingerbread Full SBF 4.5.608 - RootzWiki
Edited: Whoops... ^^^ what he said
I just don't know where the sbf file is inside of the rootfs.gz. I have some familiarity with linux, but not too much...
Sorry guys, I forgot to check this thread for a while. iamjackspost sent me a message about updating the script(s) to use the newest SBF file, I'm going to start working on it soon, hopefully this weekend, I will also add a root option to the script like I have on a few of the most recent images, what method is commonly used on the newest update, ZergRush? Droid 3?
Sweet thank you so much. But for GB most/everyone uses Pete's One Click Root, so I think thats the droid 3 one.
Excellent, I'll add the D3 script so people can root right after the sbf without rebooting or starting any other program.