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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Timz, May 14, 2011.

  1. Timz

    Timz Lurker
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    Hello everyone.

    My problem is that when I tried to install the leaked Gingerbread but after I installed the one of the parts the phone rebooted and it's stuck on the red M logo. I can't get to anything but the Bootloader but I don't know what to do after that. If anyone can help I would really appreciate it :)
     



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  2. operant

    operant Well-Known Member

    Are you able to get into recovery?
     
  3. jbhumph

    jbhumph Android Enthusiast

    Would a factory reset help possibly?
     
  4. Timz

    Timz Lurker
    Thread Starter

    I think it's just dead now. It won't even turn on. Do you think I can fix it or Verizon will give me a new one ?
     
  5. jbhumph

    jbhumph Android Enthusiast

    Pull battery put it back in, hold home and power for about three seconds, there will be a exclamation point with a triangle around it, hit both volume buttons at the same time, then select wipe/data factory reset with power button, let it finish and reboot. That should do it. If it doesn't, then you will need to SBF via RSD Lite
     
  6. Timz

    Timz Lurker
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    ^ I can't get to that. I can only get to the BootLoader but it says my battery is low. I have a Mac if it narrows the fix options down.
     
  7. Metfanant

    Metfanant Android Expert

    if you can get to the Bootloader screen you can SBF back to Froyo...unfortunately you're going to have to get some power to your phone...your choices are...

    1. Take your battery down to a Verizon store...ask them if they will allow you to charge it
    2. Find a friend that has an X...see if he will charge your battery, or swap with you while you flash
    3. find and buy a stand alone charger for batteries so you can charge the battery without the phone
    4. get your hands on a "motorola factory cable": which is going to require either making one, or buying one for like $50...

    THEN...you're going to need either a Windows/Linux partition on your mac...or a friend with a Windows/Linux PC...
     
  8. scottymedic

    scottymedic Well-Known Member

    same thing happened to me your gonna have to sbf back to .340 then after you sbf root it and go into bootstrap and reinstall the 3 .588 files then reboot should fix it i dont have the links for the sbf or the 3 .588 files but if steven is stalking the posts im sure he would be more than willing to supply the links or just put them in my post with his awsome jedi powers :p:p:p but ill try to find the links in the mean time unless steven beats me to it side note the instructions for the .588 leak say you have to use the droid2 bootstap i used the droid x bootstrap to put the .588 leak and the .595 leak on my phone
     

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