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Problem with Clockwork Recovery

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Hello, I have a Droid 2 Global, with OTA .629, but already rooted and everything, but i have constant reboots since i had the phone (with .330, .607, .608 and .629) maybe its a defective phone, i dont know really, but the problem i have actually it is:

I installed the newest clockwork recovery using Rom Manager, but the recovery it doesnt do anything, it says it wipe data/cache, and very quickly, but it doesnt, it gives me error formating /system, etc...

It says that installed sucessfully Cyanogenmod 7.2 (latest nightly) but, it freezes at M logo... what should i do?
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stop using rom manager
use a different cwm version

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suggestions?
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try droid 2 bootstrap
or you already have rom manager, you can get different cwm versions, with that
try last version that worked for you
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This is hardly discussed or documented anywhere, but if you're using CWM, you have to flash Droid X 2nd Init and NOT Droid 2 Global as your recovery.
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This is hardly discussed or documented anywhere, but if you're using CWM, you have to flash Droid X 2nd Init and NOT Droid 2 Global as your recovery.

thank you, it worked... i used d2g recovery cmw, and didnt work...
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This is hardly discussed or documented anywhere, but if you're using CWM, you have to flash Droid X 2nd Init and NOT Droid 2 Global as your recovery.

that's because Rom Manager isn't recommended
I used Droid 2 bootstrap, with 2.4.33 and 4.5.608 and it worked fine

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i used d2g recovery cmw, and didnt work...

your cwm was likely corrupt, selecting Droid x just installed a complete cwm

edit: if you are using rom manager you have to use Droid X 2nd Init, or just use Droid 2 bootstrap
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that's because Rom Manager isn't recommended
I used Droid 2 bootstrap, with 2.4.33 and 4.5.608 and it worked fine

You aren't quite right.

The correct way is installing Droid 2 Bootstrap Recovery and using that to hijack. This will give you CWM 2.0.0.x. Once done, install the Droid X (2nd init) CWM via ROM Manager, and you'll end up with a fully functional CWM 5.0.0.x.

(Custom ROMs like CM7, CM9, and MIUI come with 5.0.0.x preinstalled, and restoring a backup made with 5.0.0.x is impossible if running 2.0.0.x.)
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ok, i dont really get it...

using Droid X 2nd-init, it wipes and everything, and flashes CM9-D2G-04162012 and update-cm-7-20120420-NIGHTLY-droid2we-signed, coming from stock .629 firmware, and it freezes at M logo after rebooting, then is necessary sbf'ing again .608, and unbrick it againg, and is a loooong process....
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again there are no roms built for .629, so you need to search for ones that are reported to work, and how they got them to work

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