Unbricking Your Droid X

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  1. xlivewire7x

    xlivewire7x Member

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    The .ini file is not in the sbf folder. When you download the .zip file containing RSD Lite, the .ini file should be in the same folder as the executable.
     
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    If anyone still has the files. I would greatly appreciate them.
    Thanks,
     
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    Good to know sorry now I know hopefully everyone else will too.
     
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    anyone still need links to sbf file pm me
     
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    I've been getting a lot of positive opinions about the guide in private messages. Just want to say thats for all the feedback :) Still hoping this gets stickied, not sure what the requirements are or if its just if a dev approves.
     
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    I have an issue. I reflashed sbf file and now I have no data. It's a blue triangle. Any idea on a fix?
     
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    Can you post a picture or more information? I'm wondering if the sbf did not flash correctly. If you try flashing it again that might fix it, and make sure there are no errors coming up in RSD Lite.
     
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    Well, here's what I did. I did a factory wipe and had to reactivate the phone. For some reason the data didn't register. After the reactivation, it's fine now. Weird right?
     
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    Yea that is strange. Hopefully somebody else knows what's up with that so I can add it to the guide.
     
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    I am trying this and I keep getting a failure when I try and flash.
    It says my Droid X Failed flashing process: Failed flashing process. Phone[0000]: Phone is not compatable with multi-interface super file. [0x703B] Phone connected. HELP!!!
     
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    Sorry to leave you hangin there, I've been trying to think of what I did to fix this error. A few things that came to mind:
    -Run RSD Lite as Admin
    -Make sure the phone is in bootloader mode
    -When in bootloader mode and connected to computer, make sure phone says "Okay to Program"

    I'll try to think of some more solutions, I know how frustrating it is to not have a working phone.
     
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    Thanks, but Ive done all of that. I just took it to my Verizon store, they said they had an issue with the update that went out last night and are overnighting me a new Droid. So I lucked out.
     
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