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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by Omega Blaze, Aug 30, 2011.

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    I have a alltel milestone x /droid x It seems to be rooted= ] I have the superuser icon & wifi tethering from the market worked. [I used gingerbreak.] I also used bootstrap for the droid 2? I'm not sure if i can go to custom roms now or what. Also, Titanium backup can't gain root access. I'm still on froyo 2.2.1 Thanks..
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    I'm not sure if you have an actual question. Please, clarify what you are trying to do and about what device you have.

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    Try uninstalling and reinstalling Titanium. Also try and locate an sbf file for the MB809 before you attempt a ROM.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^Thanks for the help bro.. I just flashed to Liquid 2.6 flawlessly. Hopefully anyone who has a milestone x with alltel will be able to take something from this thread.
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    Also, now that i'm on a custom rom titanium back up works!!!
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    As long as you don't flash anything that has a radio update, you should be good. I don't think the Alltel and VZW radios are the same.

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    Do most chefs specify whether they change the radio's or are you saying i shouldn't independently change the radio i have?
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    Chefs?

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    Cookers. The people make the roms..
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    If you upgraded to say GB for the DROIDX, it would change the baseband for the radio and I am not sure if it would work with Alltel. And like you said, don't change the baseband by installing an updater file either.

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    Liquid 2.6 is GB correct?
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    Yes but it runs off the Froyo kernel because of the locked bootloader

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    So would i be able to flash to MIUI without any problems?
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    Yes. Just wipe everything and flash. Any of the Froyo based ROMs should work for you. MIUI is pretty cool because its a big difference. Looks iphone-ish, but it runs well and its clean.

    Also, now that you are on a 2nd init ROM, do not use bootstrap. You will brick. You can hold the power button, select reboot then select recovery. Or you can download ROM Manager and boot into Recovery using that.

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    WhoA! brick? Thanks for the heads up bro. Is it safe to delete bootstrap or will i need it for future roms?
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    If you ever go back to a non 2nd init ROM like Liberty Froyo, Apex 1.4 or stock, then you will need to use it.

    But on Liquid, CM7, SSX, MIUI, MOEmod, and any other 2nd init ROM, it will soft brick and you will have to sbf.

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    So I can flash to any 2nd int Tom and I should be fine as long as I use Clockwork?
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    Yes. You use Clockwork to flash any ROM. Bootstrap is needed to access Clockwork Recovery on phones with a locked bootloader, such as the Motorola products. With 2nd init ROMs, bootstrap is basically built in.

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