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Old June 13th, 2011, 04:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help!!! Droid x Bootloader 30.04 problems

Ok so yesterday i decided that i wanted to OTA update (gingerbread) my droid x (rooted) i had some bloatware removed so i sbf'd it using maderstcok.zip. everything turned out fine and then i factory reset it and started to download the OTA. it downloaded correctly and when it went to reboot (even had the red M logo) it got stuck in bootloader 30.04 Err:A5,69,35,00,27. Battery ok, ok to program, connect USB data cable. Anyone know what went wrong? im trying to sbf it using rsd lite 4.9 but when i click the sbf file the start button is grayed out and won't let me start. If anyone can help me it would be much appreciated!

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Moving this to root where you'll get more help.
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Okay thanks :] sorry im a noob at these forums.
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Do you have the motorola drivers installed? Does the Droid X come up as "S FLASH" or something of the sort?

Are you using a full SBF and not a system-only SBF?
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If you are having issues with RSD Lite, you may want to go this route flashing the SBF to your phone:

Creating a bootable linux CD soley to SBF *headache free*
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Ok so yesterday i decided that i wanted to OTA update (gingerbread) my droid x (rooted) i had some bloatware removed so i sbf'd it using maderstcok.zip. everything turned out fine and then i factory reset it and started to download the OTA. it downloaded correctly and when it went to reboot (even had the red M logo) it got stuck in bootloader 30.04 Err:A5,69,35,00,27. Battery ok, ok to program, connect USB data cable. Anyone know what went wrong? im trying to sbf it using rsd lite 4.9 but when i click the sbf file the start button is grayed out and won't let me start. If anyone can help me it would be much appreciated!
This is where you went wrong. This is a big camp no-no lol

SBF is the only way to go.
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Yes the drivers are installed, it comes up as s flash, the phone shows up and everything it's just the start button won't work.
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Yes the drivers are installed, it comes up as s flash, the phone shows up and everything it's just the start button won't work.
Are you using the 2.3.340 sbf? Full one?
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Are you using the 2.3.340 sbf? Full one?
Yes and yes
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Did you run RSD lite as admin / try restarting cpu / are you using windows cpu or mac with virtual machine?
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Did you run RSD lite as admin / try restarting cpu / are you using windows cpu or mac with virtual machine?
Yes i ran rsd lite as admin, ill try restarting my cpu, and its a windows cpu
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Yes i ran rsd lite as admin, ill try restarting my cpu, and its a windows cpu
Also make sure the bit number of the drivers are correct, run 64-bit if you are 64, 32 if you are 32.
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Also make sure the bit number of the drivers are correct, run 64-bit if you are 64, 32 if you are 32.
Okay my pc is 64 bit, i assume that my phone should be 64 bit also?
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Okay my pc is 64 bit, i assume that my phone should be 64 bit also?
Well install the 64 bit motorola drivers
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I got the sbf to finally work today thanks for all your help guys
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