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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bryan847, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. bryan847

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    I flashed the newest cyanogenmod onto my droid 3 and then it had problems so I sbf'd... now my droid is bootlooping and no matter how much i sbf it doesnt stop! HELP ME!!
     

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  2. DeadChex

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    Make sure all the files you used to SBF were the correct files and not courrupt. Try MD5 hashes if availabile, or redownload and try again.

    (I doubt this, but is your CWM recovery still intact?)


    I looked around in these thread and found an issue identical to yours..with a solution!

     
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    why not boot into stock recovery, and wipe data and cache, its required after every sbf or else the phone bootloops...

    i would try that before anything else, but its your phone and up to you.

    but coming from a DX, since all motos are close to using the same method, a battery pull after sbf is required, then boot to stock recovery(by certain button presses), wipe data and cache, reboot, and wait at most 5 minutes, if its not booted up then, try that script
     
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    I was unable to get into stock recovery... but i fixed the phone so its all good
     
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    The method DeadChex posted in my quote wipes data and cache and reflashes the system...all in about 5 minutes. It's better than RSD Lite IMO. I love it and have used it many times.
     

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