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Tutorial/Walkthrough for flashing an .sbf to Droid 2 (unrooting/factory restore)

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27th March 2011, 06:13 AM |#171  
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Is everything on this guide still up to date and good to go?

I want to make sure before I try anything, since I feel an SBF will be coming soon if there is a GB update.

i just sbf'd my d2 with this today, i used this sbf file though http://bit.ly/dir7fq
 
 
2nd May 2011, 06:43 PM |#172  
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is that sbf file working well on your phone?
7th May 2011, 04:46 AM |#173  
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is that sbf file working well on your phone?

You shouldn't have any issues with it. It extracts to the full 444mb .sbf file, which works perfectly fine under RSDLite 4.9. I've sbf'd 30+ times, using that exact sbf.
3rd September 2011, 06:05 PM |#174  
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The first time I tried to flash SBF with RSD Lite 4.9, it failed and the phone rebooted.

The second time I tried to flash SBF with RSD Lite 4.9, I used this SBF file:
http://bit.ly/dir7fq

Once extracted, it had the same filename as the original one I downloaded.

Here is the MD5 of the SBF file (unzipped of course) that worked for me: c2b6c62f1cca1919661e4f7921ece2f7

I had already gotten rid of the other one, so I don't know if there was a difference or if I just had to try twice for some reason.
3rd September 2011, 07:39 PM |#175  
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At what point is it safe to unplug the phone from the computer?
7th September 2011, 07:52 AM |#176  
Awesome tutorial, thanks for this. Is there ever a need to wipe data/cache before SBFing? Or does it pretty much do that in the process?
9th September 2011, 12:04 AM |#177  
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Awesome tutorial, thanks for this. Is there ever a need to wipe data/cache before SBFing? Or does it pretty much do that in the process?

You would do those things if the phone started bootlooping.

Sorry all, I've been gone for awhile. Started working and what not, but I am going to try my best to keep coming back here to answer questions and what not.

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9th February 2012, 03:45 AM |#178  
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still locked! afther full flash & no way to factory reset on my phone

i only need to factory reset ive try any times with

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Power down the DROID 2 by holding the power button and then selecting Power Off
Hold the X key on the keyboard and turn the power back on, keep holding down the X key until you see a yellow triangle icon
Now close the slider and hold down the Volume Up button, then press the Camera button while still holding volume up
A menu will appear and one of the choices will be "wipe data/factory reset" -- use the direction pad on they keyboard to select this option
Scroll down using the direction pad to the "yes" option and select it with the d-pad select key

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a. Turn off your phone
b. Hold down X on the keyboard
c. Turn on your phone while continuing to hold X
d. When you get the Android guy with a '!' in a triangle push the search button on the keyboard (the magnifying glass button, two keys to the left of the space bar)
e. Select both 'wipe cache' and 'wipe data' from the menu.
f. Reboot your phone

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the hard reset no work for my with any form (& the keys7Buttons are working properly)
i been full flashed Thanks to your tutorial
But still locked
Too many attempts
any ideas?
29th February 2012, 03:59 PM |#179  
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since multiupload appears to be down, and the sbf is not available in the OP, can someone link it here?

edit: nevermind, found the image from another thread here. also, i kept getting a weird device id when trying to use the software (some TI OMAPxxxx device showed up), so i used the linux sbf_flash method and it worked great. also, when i got to the hold down X part, i had to use VolumeUp and VolumeDown together to get it to show the menu.
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11th March 2012, 03:12 PM |#180  
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Another quick note, I'll be adding references sometime soon. It is almost 5 in the morning and I want to go to bed![/QUOTE]
Hi they I have a quick question I have a budy that has bricker his phone while trying to root and do other stuff he would not listin to me when I said u need to read and now what u r doing beore u go messing with ur phone I have a x2 and I use rsdlite 5.4 will this work with the droid 2 or do I need 4.9 to sbtf his phone thanks for any help
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21st March 2012, 04:33 PM |#181  
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Can this unbrick?

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