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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by budd1983, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. budd1983

    budd1983 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Does anyone know if this will be released on the market or a direct download form one of the dev websites?

  2. Legacystar

    Legacystar Android Enthusiast

    His twitter hasn't changed to say its released at all
  3. budd1983

    budd1983 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    What is his twitter so I can follow
  4. Arland

    Arland Lurker

    It was just posted search droid x recovery bootstrap


  5. phobic

    phobic Android Enthusiast

    koush (koush) on Twitter

    Bootstrap program is in the market already. :)
  6. Arland

    Arland Lurker

  7. budd1983

    budd1983 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I went with the market version hoping updates would be done there vs his twitter
  8. blubill

    blubill Well-Known Member

    I got donate version
  9. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser

    If you read his post, he says that future updates will come through ROM manager.
  10. bosox2k1

    bosox2k1 Android Enthusiast

    So can anyone explain what this does and how we use it in simpleton terms?

    If I bought it, what do I do with it? Run it right away, or wait till I am bricked?

    I tried reading his website, but "my brain hurts" after reading it.
  11. Sheba611

    Sheba611 Well-Known Member

    Run it to create a nandroid backup of your Droid X system and files. The backup can be used to restore the system if you do something that makes it unstable or make a change that you don't like. This program won't help if the phone is truly bricked.

    Run the program, select "Bootstrap Recovery", select the "OK" when it pops up and then select "Reboot Recovery". The DX will reboot and go to recovery. From there you can select backup (use volume button to go and down the list and camera button to select). The backup will take a few minutes. After the backup is completed, just select the reboot option (it will be first on the list) and the DX will reboot normally.

    Hope that helps.:)
  12. Breukdance

    Breukdance Well-Known Member

    Ran Bootstrap recovery selected "ok" but when I select reboot recovery my X won't try to reboot. Anyone else having this issue?
  13. PerCompLLC

    PerCompLLC Android Enthusiast

    Question: Bootstrap Recovery every time? Or just the first time...
  14. BLK MAJK

    BLK MAJK Well-Known Member

    I think it will only boot into the recovery mode if you select "bootstrap recovery" first from the app. From his website

    "When the hijacker runs, it will automatically create the "/data/.recovery_mode" file after it finishes. This tells the system that the next time it boots, it should boot into recovery. But, when the system starts, the Droid X Recovery Bootstrap will then delete that file when Android is fully started, to prevent you from booting into recovery. "

    hopefully thats what that means... :p
  15. PerCompLLC

    PerCompLLC Android Enthusiast

    Thanks. Just did a nandroid backup... Though I'm a little hesitant to try a restore... Anyone else tried it yet?
  16. CaucasionJ

    CaucasionJ Well-Known Member

    Im having the same problem. ill hit "Bookstrap Recovery" and it come up saying "Success!" then ill hit "Reboot Recovery" and nothing happens...

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The Motorola Droid X release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, TI OMAP3630 processor, and 1540mAh battery.

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