Rooted Droid X2 but cannot install Clockworkmod Recovery from Rom Manager

buschbarber

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I rooted my Droid X2 successfully and installed SU, Rom Manager, and Titanium Backup. I tried to flash ClockworkMod Recovery, from Rom Manager, but all it does is Reboot the phone. When I run Rom Manager, it says that the SD card must be mounted. I have no idea how to do that. The SD card is readable when I connect the phone to my PC using the USB cable.

I want to install the Jelly Bean 4.1.1 Rom on the phone but I can't get CWM Recovery installed so I can Boot into Recovery.
 

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Old thread, but yea, you need to use the custom BSR for the x2.

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Old thread, but yea, you need to use the custom BSR for the x2.

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If what is said in this thread is true, they should either include this "bootstrap" app in the Rom Manager installer (and actually install it on the phones that actually need it), or add a notice to the Google Play Store download page for Rom Manager saying that owners of Droid X2 and any other phones that need it should download and install Bootstrap first before installing Rom Manager.
 

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ROM manager does not work with the DX2, at all, ever.

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