Using RSD Lite to flash an SBF file -- correctly

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  1. furbearingmammal

    furbearingmammal Super Moderator

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    No, you have to use D2 SBFs and the correct one for the bootloader or it'll either not flash, be rejected, or screw the phone up. Go Motorola's encrypted bootloaders!
     
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    under model i see S flash IMEI/ESN/MEID: N / A
    Technology: N / A
    Software Version: N / A
    Flex Version: N / A
    Bootloader Version: v0x00D011
    DRM Version: N / A
    AP Die ID: 2890010f44a03a0a0000d8ff0100
    BP Die ID: 0000000000000000cd6932890485
    AP Public ID: 009450ecf4c298a12cb967c05bbb47087efc619d
    BP Public ID: 040000000500000002000000ffff0000ed153289
    and then all of that when i click on it is this my phone
     
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    pk iit just said switching device to BP pass through then it tried to install a d river on my comp and it failed now its stuck there help now it says flsahing failed failed result FAIL
     
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    tried to restart my phone and it says bootloder

    code corrup connect to USB
     
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    Nice. So you ask a question and instead of waiting for the answer, you just go ahead. Did you use a .sbf file that is specifically for your Droid 2 global? Why did you want/need to do this in the first place?
     
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    Go with option two on this one. Especially on locked bootloaders like your X.
     
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    Do NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT STOP THE FLASH PROCESS midway through!!! It _might_ be recoverable, but it increases the chances of trouble by about 10,000%!
     
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    my d2 is stuck in a bootloop tha i cant get out of. i am trying to use rsdlite to flash the 2.3.2 sbf but i cant get rsd to recognize my device. im not sure if my computer isnt recognizing my device because i cant get past the droid ever and bootloop or if its the program. i am in some serious need of help. never had to flash anything from the computer before and am a little out of my element. i feel like i understand the directions on how to run rsd but am missing something help please.
     
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    Dumb question. Are you in recovery or the bootloader when you try to flash? Have you attempted a factory reset from recovery after you get a PASS in RSD Lite?
     
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    Thanks to the author, for helping me undo my f-up. This write up is great.

    However, I have read through this and several other similar threads but cannot find any help with my problem. I was using a new File managing program and messed up my cut/paste with a file rename and then deleted the file, and so I lost my build.prop file. I was having no luck rebooting my phone, it would hang after the motorola "M" power up screen. So I flashed my phone with RSD lite 4.8 (4.9 wouldn't install on my laptop) and the 2.3.32 SBF the flash went well, no errors and I caught the reboot to get to the bootloader and got the "PASS" message. everything on my phone appears to be saved but I am roaming, have no data or phone service and cant make a call to my VM. Havnt tried calling an actual phone since its 1 am on monday night.

    The about phone menu has my phone # as 0000000965 and the WiFi and BlueTooth MAC address' are "unavalible"

    Any help is appreciated.

    It's a Droid X with Verizon.

    EDIT:

    NM, found another walk through for n00bs like me. Dial *228 to reprogram

    Thanks for taking the time to share your knowledge to help others! Def a lifesaver!
     
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    Edit: WOOO!!!! I did it! I fixed it! I was able to get into normal recovery mode after flashing the DROIDPRO_2.26.20.sbf by pressing and holding R + M while pressing the power button. From here I was able to do a factory data reset and viola! No more bootloop!!!
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    I'm stuck in bootloop on my Droid Pro. I know this tutorial was written for the Droid 1 but it worked for me the first time I tried it.

    I used this tutorial to flash back to 2.2.1 in order to use ClockWorkMod Recovery to flash to 2.3.3.

    I accidentally deleted a system app in 2.3.3 and wanted to start over from the beginning.

    So I attempted to flash back to 2.2.1 with RSD lite 5.5. Everything went fine. I got my PASS but now I'm stuck in bootloop.

    I am still able to get into the bootloader so I tried reflashing 2.2.1 to no avail. I'm stuck right back in the bootloop.

    I'm not sure where to go from here.
     
    #72 dispenser, Oct 16, 2011
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2011
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