All right guys, i need some help here..


Apr 20, 2012
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So, i got a droid 2 global off ebay that wouldnt boot / hung at (red circle / white m - gingerbread)

Well, it was bootlooping.. see below

Too find out the battery was dead, so i charged it using an unreccomended way (usb cable red and black to corresponding + and - terminals)

When it was charged, i flashed the .608 sbf to the phone, got the MEM_MAP error and applied this fix ([How-to] [SBF] unbricking & root D2g 629 - Droid 2 / R2D2 / Milestone 2 / Droid 2 Global - RootzWiki) which after flashing .608 applies a special "repacked 629 sbf", rebooted into recovery and wiped cache and data, rebooted - nothing. hung at the (red circle / white m) boot logo.

Im at my wits end with this, and i know i havent bricked it or anything but am just needing some guidance on what too do here.

I'm just glad i have my Droid X2 for a regular phone.. or else id be screwed.

I was mainly wanting to have this Droid 2 Global as a primary phone / development phone (starting out..) and mainly because it is a slider compared to my Droid X2 and i tend to create alot of documents on the go and just a touch screen isnt cutting it.

Anyways, rambling..

Can you guys here help me with some advice?

Thank you!

Edit #1: Did this with Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit with Motorola 64 Bit Drivers and RSD Lite 5.6, just thought I'd throw that in there.
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try just the 629 sbf
or the Linux iso method 629 or repacked 629
try just the 629 sbf
or the Linux iso method 629 or repacked 629

Alright, ill try that once my battery's charged, Thank You!

Edit #1.. Welps.. couldnt get it too work. Its forever stuck on the Motorola logo, i was really hopin i could fix this but i guess i cant. Cant access stock recovery, so it looks like this is pretty much a dead end.
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Cant access stock recovery
could you before?

Android Recovery - The DROID Wiki
[h=2]booting into Recovery[/h]
  • Power down the phone.
  • Slide out the keyboard.
  • Press and hold the X button on the physical keyboard.
  • Press the lock/power button.
  • Once you see a warning sign with an android robot appear, press the Search button on your physical keyboard if you're running 2.4.x firmware. For 4.5.x firmware, press Volume Up and Down buttons.
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