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2.2 update bricked my Droid

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Arsonman, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. Arsonman

    Arsonman Well-Known Member
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    Got the Froyo update on my phone this morning. Downloaded just fine. Starts to reboot and the Motorola M is staring at me all day. Of course I am 900 miles from home and I go to a Verizon store here in D.C. and they say that it is shot and they will have to mail me a new (referb) one because they don't have any in stock. I was just pissed so I walked out without challenging them. I am going back tomorrow to either get a new phone, referb phone or try to make a deal on the D2 or the DX. I need a phone for the rest of my trip.
     

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    Arsonman Well-Known Member
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    I see now that there is another thread on this topic. Mods please shut this down. Not sent from my droid. :D
     
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    Thanks for directing us to this "other thread" thats REALLY helpful for other members *sarcasm*
     
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    Same thing happened to me today. Downloaded Froyo just fine and then stuck on the M for 5 hours. Went to the VZW store and they are overnighting a new phone. Not sure I want to download the update on my wife's phone :(
     
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    What other thread? Yeah, that's real helpful!
     

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