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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Indrid Cold, May 18, 2011.

  1. Indrid Cold

    Indrid Cold Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Alright...I get an error message in RSD stating "failed flashing process. phone not compatible mult-....something, something.

    Anyway, it won't flash...

    RSD Lite 4.8
    Bootloader 30.04
    Android 2.2.1 System Version 2.3.340 Full (VRZ_MB810_2.3.34_1FF_01)

    Device Properties:
    Technology: N/A
    Software Version: N/A
    Flex Version: N/A
    Boot Version: N/A
    DRM Version: N/A

    File Properties:
    Filename: VRZ_MB810_2.3.34_1FF_01.SBF
    Creation Date: 05/18/2011 23:21:29
    File Size: 456081917
    RAM DL Version: N/A
    Bootloader Version: N/A
    Platform: 4G OMAP
    Hab Type: Signed Production

    The phone is connected with what I'm pretty sure are the correct drivers. I used the Motorola Device Driver Installation utility. (Driver Package Version 4.9.0) Any ideas?...

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  2. Steven58


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  3. Indrid Cold

    Indrid Cold Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I was hoping it would be YOU that answered. Thanks!

    I should have plenty of charge on my current battery. About 90% right now. But I do have two battery only chargers and and two additional batteries. (one fully charged)

    I'll try the other drivers...
  4. Steven58


    I'm flattered, but there are also others here just as good or better than I am. :)

    Also, check the bootloader. If it's 30.04 then you are up to date.

    Also, I know of a sbf filename issue with windows 7 64-bit. I don't remember the fix for that. I know you have to change the file name of the sbf, though.
  5. Steven58



    I'm leaving work, now, and won't be online tonight, so you can ask questions and the others can help. I'll be online tomorrow. Good luck!

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  6. Indrid Cold

    Indrid Cold Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I am doing an .sbf right now. The current status is "please manually power up this phone." But it's already on. It turned itself on from bootloader as part of the flashing. The progress is executed 100%. But the result states that it is "in processing"

    Do I just wait? Am I suppossed to manually turn the phone on and off again? I have heard this takes a long time but it does not appear to be doing anything right now.
  7. dwcasey

    dwcasey Well-Known Member

    If you mean the RSD Lite GUI is saying 100%, but still says in processing, if the phone is up and running and looks good, you can close RSD Lite.
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  8. Indrid Cold

    Indrid Cold Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    That's what I was thinking as well. Guess I'm to afraid I'll f*** something up and be bricked. I'm paranoid..*lol* Thanks man.
  9. Steven58


    It's okay Just manually turn on the phone. In other words reboot
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  10. JrzDroid

    JrzDroid Android Expert

    Turn your phone off and boot into stock recovery (Home + power)
    When you get there do a factory data reset. then reboot your phone

    I've learned to always wipe after SBF'ing
  11. Indrid Cold

    Indrid Cold Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    I had to step away for awhile last night and when I came back I saw that you had left. But...

    Freaking finally! I successfully flashed it. I did need newer drivers as you mentioned. I thought I had the latest, but I was wrong. That alone did not resolve the issue however. I also needed RSD Lite 4.9.(not 4.8)...

    So I flashed Liberty 2.0.1 but it's giving me problems with the market. It won't find all the apps. Some of the more popular ones could not be found. For example, I searched for the official PayPal app and it could not be found! SOME apps that I tried to open via "My apps" in the market would give me an error message stating “item could not be found.”

    So I ended up flashing back to stock. I have since gone back to a previous backup through Droid X Bootstraper. I'm not sure where I'm going from here. I may try a different custom ROM later today.

    Oh yeah...one other thing. When I flashed back to stock I got into a boot loop! I was freaking out a little. But I calmly when into recovery and wiped the cache partition and then did a wipe data/factory reset. Everything is good for now.

    Gotta go for now but will be back later today. Not sure when. Thanks again! Later...
  12. Metfanant

    Metfanant Android Expert

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  13. cougar214

    cougar214 Android Expert

    I got the same message when I SBF'ed. It was telling me it was at 100% but still said "in process" and then told me I had to reboot the phone manually. It's all good though. Just reboot the phone. All it's telling you is it's done but cannot reboot the phone.
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  14. Steven58


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  15. Bugly

    Bugly Android Expert

    I see what you did there, Steven.....lol

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