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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by stinkyadv, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. stinkyadv

    stinkyadv Newbie
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    I used RSD lite awhile ago to install ESE81 by Pete. I would to go back to stock. I followed the guide in here on going back and downloaded everything I need but now everytime I try to load it, it fails. Any help would be appreciated.
     



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  2. vincentp

    vincentp Android Expert

    When you say "when I try to load it", which part are you trying to load? Are you getting stuck on RSD, recovery, or actually booting up the phone?
     
  3. stinkyadv

    stinkyadv Newbie
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    Recovery i guess???? As soon as i hit start in RSD it fails within 5 seconds.
     
  4. vincentp

    vincentp Android Expert

    OK so you're stuck on RSD Lite.

    Do you have the correct 32 or 64 bit Motorola drivers installed on your computer?

    Is the phone on the bootloader (hold up on the D-pad while pressing power) when you are trying this?

    Is the SBF file on the root of your computer (directly on the C drive)?
     
  5. stinkyadv

    stinkyadv Newbie
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    Not on C drive lemme try that.
     
  6. stinkyadv

    stinkyadv Newbie
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    Keeps saying. Failed flashing process
     
  7. vincentp

    vincentp Android Expert

    Are you on XP, Vista or Windows 7?
     
  8. stinkyadv

    stinkyadv Newbie
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  9. stinkyadv

    stinkyadv Newbie
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    w/ 32 bit drivers
     
  10. vincentp

    vincentp Android Expert

    Hmm.. XP 32-Bit is usually the easiest one to get working. Make sure you have the absolute newest version of the Motorola drivers and RSD first.

    Did you verify the MD5 sum of the SBF file before you tried flashing it? Also, check out this thread and see if this guy's method allows RSD to flash the file.

    http://androidforums.com/1274587-post32.html
     
  11. Lock-N-Load

    Lock-N-Load Android Expert

    I do recall the USB drivers are NOT at the link given in the How To. I had to go to Motorola and find them. I should tell OMJ that as you need those.
     
  12. OMJ

    OMJ Bazinga

    Are you booting into the bootloader or recovery? You should be holding up on the keyboard while booting(towards the screen) and it should say bootloader
     
  13. stinkyadv

    stinkyadv Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Thanx to all for the help. Everything I tried didn't work, so I took it to my local VZW store and had them reflash the software to 2.2. All is good I am lovin me some Froyo now.
     

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