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Discussion in 'Rescue Squad Guides' started by jntdroid, Sep 14, 2010.
yep and yep
great, hopefully my droids battery will be better now and it wont be slow and if not!? well ive got ma warranty back! ->verizon store for a new droid!!! woot
give me a sec lemme post a pic of my screwed up battery
sorry about the ugliness* its hard to shake while holding notifications lol
look at the charging from, charging since, and battery% now
I just tried this method this morning with the .zip provided, i got an error message.
I followed all directions with the stock recovery and it didn't work. Just letting you guys know...
jntdroid - thanks for the help. I just used this method to reset my phone. getting a droid 2 on warranty replacement. Thanks
can you elaborate a little more on the error?
+1 ^^^ this. It's all in the details.
OK I had to get yet another phone. I think I'm on my 4th. The last 2 or 3 times I went back to stock I would open the market and there were 20-30 programs downloading. This time, however I don't see anything downloading although it said that facebook, google goggles and gmail need to be updated. Based on another poster's advice I'm waiting for everything to re-install before rooting again, but I'm wondering if maybe I have a market problem or if it's normal NOT to see the apps I've downloaded before being re-installed? I tried rebooting.
gmail and facebook are still hanging and under the download section it only shows apps I've paid for and it doesn't even show the other 40 or so apps I have. It's been about 45 minutes
Try clearing your market's data and cache, see what happens. It can take up to an hour to have the market catch up to you, though.
Thanks I did that after you posted and still no luck. Guess its been a few hours now
I'd say you're probably going to have to do a factory reset. Sorry. If someone else has any ideas, though, please speak up.
I don't know if this is the advise that otter is referring to, as the way he (or she) put it and then described what they've done is different than what I suggest.
This is best done while you have wifi available. As FBM said, do a factory data reset. Then after you sign back into your google account, set your phone down. Do NOT touch it at ALL. Do not enter the market, do not look for your apps. When the 'sync' icon dissapears from your notification bar, leave your phone alone still. Only when you see "xxx applications restored" in your notification bar do you then pick your phone up and see if you need to get more from the market, root it, make a phone call, etc.
What Teddy/Fur said... don't even look at the market app icon until you've allowed it to sync and see that message in the notification bar. Just opening the market while it's syncing can mess is up. It's possible it wont fully download everything now, depends on what it "saved" when you tried earlier and it messed up.
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