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Do You Need/Want The Droid X .SBF File?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Airmaxx23, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. Airmaxx23

    Airmaxx23 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Since the .sbf has been pulled and I've had a few people PM me asking for it I figured I'd upload it and post the link. If this should be in the .sbf file thread feel free to move it.


    Edit: Link removed by Mod is the link to download the file.
     


  2. D13

    D13 Android Expert

  3. mazz0310

    mazz0310 Android Enthusiast

    yeah, Motorola issued a c&d to alot of the sites hosting it.
     
  4. Airmaxx23

    Airmaxx23 Android Expert
    Thread Starter

  5. mazz0310

    mazz0310 Android Enthusiast

    Yeah I don't think it would a ban, they would just need to respectfully remove it if needed.
     
  6. phobic

    phobic Android Enthusiast

    Would like to have this myself seeing how I'm finally starting to make tweaks and adding themes to my Droid X.
     
  7. NickDroid86

    NickDroid86 Android Enthusiast

    I'm not sure, im downloading it anyways. I have one click root and a black notification bar, I don't know if I will need the sbf in able to get froyo.
     
  8. OfTheDamned

    OfTheDamned The Friendly Undead

    Motorola has sent out numerous C&D letters regarding the SBF.

    DO NOT post links to the SBF on this forum or request a link via PM.

    Anyone posting links from this point forward will be given an infraction or banned.
     
  9. swaldrop

    swaldrop Member

    Not only can I not find an SBF, but I also can't find any good instructions on how to flash it. How does something as silly as a Cease and Desist letter from a manufacturer completely put the skids on future development?

    I hate to draw comparisons to Apple, but how could you not? My phone, my choice...
     
  10. brackett5

    brackett5 Well-Known Member

    Well I have searched the forums Ive searched the web and I too havent found a good set of instructions on how to flash the .SBF file. Can anyone help???
     
  11. Metups

    Metups Lurker

    Yep, the SBF is mighty hard to find. And even if I had one I wouldn't know what to do with it. Would need some good instructions. It sure would be nice if there was a good wiki site for this whole topic -- would make things easier on us newbies. I would probably call it root-wiki.com ...or rootswiki.com -- No, wait...wait,,, that sounds way too close to another site called something like rootzwiki. Yeah, Rootzwiki.com - that name is already taken. Too bad, I'd name my site that. Yup.
     
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  12. Travisimo

    Travisimo Android Enthusiast

    Wait, the SBF you guys are talking about is the one released for the OTA 2.2, right? I though that was only a *partial* SBF that would restore the System but not your entire phone if you screwed things up? There isn't a true SBF for the OTA 2.2 yet, is there?
     
  13. tannere

    tannere Member

    Most of those posts went up well before OTA 2.2 came out. They were talking about the 2.1 sbf. I havent heard anything about a full OTA 2.2 sbf, just the system 2.2 sbf. Hopefully a full one will be out soon
     
  14. sund0wn

    sund0wn Android Expert

  15. webvan

    webvan Newbie

    I'm not sure I get it, all the .sbf files seemed to be available for download here sbf:milestone [And Developers] with links to Motorola's site ?

    What I'm trying to do is extract the wpa_supplicant from an .sbf file to replace the one I erased by mistake...don't ask!
     
  16. sk8boy204

    sk8boy204 Lurker

    if anyone has the 2.2sbf could you please shoot me a private message? or email?
     
  17. northernmoris

    northernmoris Android Enthusiast

    For OTA its up at mydroidworld.com still.
     
  18. MCPO117

    MCPO117 Well-Known Member

    If anyone needs the gift file let me know via email bobwiedeke84@gmail.com. I've got it on my home PC and I won't be home till about 5p.m. Eastern but I'm a nice guy and will be more than happy to share seeing how Moto isn't.
     
  19. northernmoris

    northernmoris Android Enthusiast

    Nice offer. Its also still on rootzwiki.
     

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