X2 Bootstrap Recovery APK

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  1. MikeJ92YJ

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    F**k No! I Live On The Dangerous Side Let's Take A Chance At Something New. There's A "Risk" In Any ROM's, Themes, APKs, RSDing You Name It There's A Risk. So If You So Concerned About A "Safe Reliable Source" Then Just Quit Complaining And Maybe The Rest Of Us Wanna Take The Risk.
     
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    I installed the bootstrap apk and then did the sd fix and now rom manager reads it as the latest version of clockwork recovery. There's no roms for dx2 yet but its cool that rm is recognized the recovery.

    I didn't use rm but I did do a back up and restore through the recovery and it worked fine. Just my 2¢ .

    Sent from my DROID X2 using Tapatalk
     
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    I can vouch for the recovery working wonderfully. I'll take apart the .apk and see what's inside. I know what I should see and since it's actually a port of a known devs work I think I will find it is clean.
     
    #39 rooted_default, Jul 18, 2011
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    Awesome guys, congrats!.....I'm not an X2 owner but I know the agony waiting on a root process. I love the Android community.:icon_ banana:
     
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    What SD Fix Are You Referring About, I Haven't Seen A Thread For That. Would You Mind Sharing The Link?
     
  6. C21johnson

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    Original update posted to include MinimalX ROM (now available!)
     
  7. Lotho

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    I followed OP's instuctions but after clicking "Recovery Mode" in the Droid X2 Recovery app the phone reboots but hangs on the Motorola Logo. Any ideas what may be wrong?

    I tried restarting it but the only way to get it working was to put it into Android Recovery mode and wipe the data.
     
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    Make sure you keep your phone plugged into the wall before you hit recovery mode or else it will not boot into it
     
  9. MikeJ92YJ

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    As Paul Stated Or Try Hitting The Install Recovery A Couple Times. If That Fails Uninstall The Recovery Turn Off Pull Battery For 30 Seconds Boot Up And Reinstall.
     
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    I tried both keeping the phone on the charger through the whole process and plugging it in after installing the recovery.

    I hit install a few times, each coming up with "Install Successful" but the phone still hangs on the Motorola Logo.

    By uninstall the recovery do you mean install the app, uninstall it, reboot, and reinstall? Because I'm doing an android recovery after failed recovery
     
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    Uninstall App, Shut Down, Pull Battery, And Reboot To Reinstall The App.
     
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    Ok, just followed those instructions.

    From Andriod Recovery:
    1) Initialized device with Google Account and Verizon Backup Assistant
    2) Installed System Recovery via Root Explorer
    3) Uninstalled System Recovery
    4) Rebooted Device
    5) Removed Battery
    6) Waited 30 seconds
    7) Started Phone
    8) "Install Recovery" .... Grant Superuser? ... Yes ... Install Successful
    9) Rebooted
    10) Ran Recovery, pressed Install again, plugged in device, pressed Recover
    11) Still waiting for device to come back up.......
     
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