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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Leonord, Nov 19, 2010.

  1. Leonord

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    I have a Milestone 2.1 update1 rooted.

    Yesterday I founded a new version of spareparts on the internet (something like leofroyo) and wanted to try it out.

    I tried to use a function that said it could transform the notification bar to black. I also tried one that changed the boot animation. It told me to reboot, so I did.
    But then the phone got stuck with the motorola logo. And it doesn't makes anything.
    You can leave it two hours and nothing happens.

    I said "ok, don't panic. you can try flashing a fresh sbf."
    But now I can't cause the phone keeps telling me that the battery is low! (in bootload)

    It has been charging itself already for 4 hours but it tells me the same.
    Is not charging =s

    What could I do?
     

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    Tried going into recovery and wiping the device?
     
  3. Leonord

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    Recovery mode won't launch on my Milestone. I can only access bootload.

    What does wiping means? Deleting absolutely everything? And then?

    I have a question..
    Flashing a new sbf would solve the problem? Cause I can manage to get a charged battery... somehow...
     
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    You will never know if you do not try.
     
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    Phones, more phones and yet more phones!
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    More then likely flashing the sbf will work. You do need to try what else to you have to lose? I would of tried it already otherwise the phone is useless..
     
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    Ok I'll try flashing. Now I need a battery.. if I get one and it works after all, I'll tell.
     

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