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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bigdroiddog, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. bigdroiddog

    bigdroiddog Well-Known Member
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    My friends droid must have tried to update to 2.2 today and something happened and its been stuck on a screen that says b ootloader 2c.6c battery ok, ok to program, transfer mode: usb while i have the usb pluged in. So i booted it into recovery(this was an unrooted droid) I tried to run the update zip but its failed.So i am following directions through using rsd lite to install 2.1 back onto the device(which is so easy btw) but it gets stuck at 99 percent and then gets an error that says failed flashing process phone 0000 error switching phone to bp passthrough mode. I would love some help, i have been rooted myself since december, but i used sholesmod updater, but been around computers and android long enough to understand most lingo. Thanks for any help.
     



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  2. GideonX

    GideonX Guest

    What version OS (computer), RSD, and SBF are you flashing?
     
  3. bigdroiddog

    bigdroiddog Well-Known Member
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    I am using the files posted in the stick at the top of this forum, so rsd 4.6 and newest motorola driver and trying to flash 2.1. I tried a 64bit windows 7 pc, worked the best but got error at 99 percent when bp passthrough mode sticks. Tried 32 bit windows vista ultimate, loaded file but start button was greyed out, tried the cmd prompt method discovered in other forums which was a bitch to figure out for a semi noob, but i did it, once again error. I tried a 32 xp laptop, same thing locked up at 99 percent and had the stupid bp passthrough error. I worked for 6 hours straight, i exhausted all methods i could find on any forums and all this started from the otc of 2.2 yesterday on a non rooted droid which rebooted into the bootloader 2c.6c screen and would never come out of that. I wonder if some of the ota's that were sent out were corrupt, that droid was a refurb from 2 weeks ago when the original equipment decided to not turn on anymore. that was a new droid as of nov 6th release date. Now my droid is a original nov 6th droid and have been rooted since December and currently running simply stunning 4.6 and is beastly
     
  4. OMJ

    OMJ Bazinga

    have you tried booting into recovery and see if it worked even though it failed at 99%?
     
  5. bigdroiddog

    bigdroiddog Well-Known Member
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    you mean boot into recovery and then select reboot? I did that, i even tried wiping and going back to stock, and running update zip.Does an unrooted droid have an update zip under its recovery?I ran through 6 hours of scenarios
     
  6. OMJ

    OMJ Bazinga

    I mean if you boot into recovery do you see sprecovery or stock recovery?
     
  7. bigdroiddog

    bigdroiddog Well-Known Member
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    Its stock because it was an unrooted untouched phone that broke
     
  8. OMJ

    OMJ Bazinga

    sorry I read some of that wrong. Try the 2.0.1 sbf file. I have had times the 2.1 sbf wouldnt work for me but the 2.0.1 sbf would.
     
  9. bigdroiddog

    bigdroiddog Well-Known Member
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    i tried the 2.01, the 2.0 also, no luck, its being returned to verizon as we speak for another refurb, i was baffled though, but i can say i learned alot for future android hacking
     

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