Trying to root 4.5.602 - Help??

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    I've been going crazy looking everywhere. I'm trying to root and load a custom rom on my droid x. I have 4.5.602 and i can't flash back to froyo. Seems like this is a known thing but im not 100% sure. Can i not flash back to froyo? If not, how can i root? I haven't been able to find anything that works. Thanks.
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    Thanks a lot for the reply. I actually figured it out by myself using the motorolaoneclickroot_psouza4 program combined with ADB. I do however still have a question, is it not possible for me at all to flash back to froyo if im running gingerbread .602?
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    Yea. I'm not new to the whole sbf flashing and installing ROMs thing. However, when i tried to flash back to the froyo sbf my phone wouldn't boot up so i just figured i couldn't do it. It would go to the droid screen (the red eye that kinda has that 1 spinning part on it) and hang there. Are there any known issues going from gingerbread .602 to froyo?
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    Yeah it bootloops..pull the battery, then boot into stock recovery(home key +power), then search key, volume keys to factory reset, select with camera, then select reboot.