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[ROM-CDMA-RSD] All Stock SBF files for Motorola Droid

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can i use these to recover from a hard/softbrick do not have device yet but i am getting one in the coming days
 
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As long as you can get into the bootloader, yes.
 
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I downloaded each one of these and tried to do this with RSD Lite but it keeps telling me it fails.
I am not sure what I am doing wrong. Would someone be able to assist me?
 
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Ok, my droid lost data connection ( no 3g or 1x icon) it has just the phone´s signal strength bars,wifi works fine, and the icon only appears momentarly when I turn of data connection in wireless settings or turn on airplane mode. So I read some place that I had to run sbf files to reset radio or change radio, actually my phone has Steel Droid v.10.2 (gingerbread 2.3.7) on it.

So my question is if it´s ok to run any of these sbf files on my droid, and will it get stock radio?
 
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Ok, my droid lost data connection ( no 3g or 1x icon) it has just the phone´s signal strength bars,wifi works fine, and the icon only appears momentarly when I turn of data connection in wireless settings or turn on airplane mode. So I read some place that I had to run sbf files to reset radio or change radio, actually my phone has Steel Droid v.10.2 (gingerbread 2.3.7) on it.

So my question is if it´s ok to run any of these sbf files on my droid, and will it get stock radio?
That should work. It's also possible to flash the radio on its own through ROM Manager.
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