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  1. cracks

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    Ok so yesterday i decided that i wanted to OTA update (gingerbread) my droid x (rooted) i had some bloatware removed so i sbf'd it using maderstcok.zip. everything turned out fine and then i factory reset it and started to download the OTA. it downloaded correctly and when it went to reboot (even had the red M logo) it got stuck in bootloader 30.04 Err:A5,69,35,00,27. Battery ok, ok to program, connect USB data cable. Anyone know what went wrong? im trying to sbf it using rsd lite 4.9 but when i click the sbf file the start button is grayed out and won't let me start. If anyone can help me it would be much appreciated!
     

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    Moving this to root where you'll get more help. :D
     
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    Okay thanks :] sorry im a noob at these forums.
     
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    Do you have the motorola drivers installed? Does the Droid X come up as "S FLASH" or something of the sort?

    Are you using a full SBF and not a system-only SBF?
     
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    This is where you went wrong. This is a big camp no-no lol ;)

    SBF is the only way to go.
     
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    Yes the drivers are installed, it comes up as s flash, the phone shows up and everything it's just the start button won't work.
     
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    Are you using the 2.3.340 sbf? Full one?
     
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    Yes and yes
     
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    Did you run RSD lite as admin / try restarting cpu / are you using windows cpu or mac with virtual machine?
     
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    Yes i ran rsd lite as admin, ill try restarting my cpu, and its a windows cpu
     
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    Also make sure the bit number of the drivers are correct, run 64-bit if you are 64, 32 if you are 32.
     
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    Okay my pc is 64 bit, i assume that my phone should be 64 bit also?
     
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    Well install the 64 bit motorola drivers
     
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    I got the sbf to finally work today :) thanks for all your help guys
     

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