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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by zdubin9, Sep 19, 2011.

  1. zdubin9

    zdubin9 Member
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    Earlier today i plugged my phone into a usb cord connected to my friends xbox360 trying to charge my rooted GB phone.

    I get an error message saying bloatware 30.04 and a blinking message saying battery low cant program.

    I just had my phone plugged into a charger for 2 hours and i dont think it is taking the charge.

    Has anyone ever encountered this before or have any suggestions for a possible fix?

    Anything at all could really help, Thank you!

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  2. Steven58


    It sounds to me like you'll need do an sbf recovery. The first thing you'll need is a charged battery. The battery can't charge in bootloader mode. If you have a vzw store near you they can do it for you. If you need help SBF recovering, let us know. Additionally, there are guides in the stickies at the top of this section.
  3. zdubin9

    zdubin9 Member
    Thread Starter

    if my roommate has a droidx2 would that would to charge my battery?
  4. Steven58


    they appear to be interchangeable, yes....the same battery number.
  5. zdubin9

    zdubin9 Member
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    ok im going to charge that in my roommates phone right now, in the meantime, any instructions? i guess go check how to sbf? ive never done it before and heard its pretty annoying on a mac
  6. Steven58


    From a mac, I'm clueless. There is a thread creating a linux sbf. Perhaps someone more in the know with that may help you.
  7. zdubin9

    zdubin9 Member
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    if anyone has any easy links for sbf with a mac that would be awesome
  8. VoidedSaint

    VoidedSaint Resident Ninja

    you have to create a linux based sbf file, you can use a CD or a USB stick

    Linux solution to your Windows/RSD lite problems

    here is the link to the original post, you can do this on a mac, just plug in the usb, or a cd, and boot to the cd/usb and your set
  9. yeah the bootable sbf cd is what you want to do... don't worry about it loading linux on your computer, it runs the OS right from the cd and is gone as soon as the cd is removed. simple and fairly painless...
  10. zdubin9

    zdubin9 Member
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    Live CD Instructions (Mac):
    Download 1KDStaz0.x.iso
    Use Disk Utility (built in) to burn iso file to a CD (instructions)
    Shut computer down
    Hold c key, push power and hold c untill you see the Linux OS start
    Hit enter at the yellow "boot baby... boot" screen
    You will see yellow dots for 3-5 minutes then the script will start

    does the bold part mean just download any of those links on the top of the page?
  11. VoidedSaint

    VoidedSaint Resident Ninja

    you download the iso. and burn the image file to the disk/usb
  12. imronburgundy

    imronburgundy Android Enthusiast

    Bootcamp your mac to have a windows or linux partition. I've got windows 7 on mine and it takes about half the time to sbf over my standard windows hp crappy laptop.

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