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Milestone X2 SBF: 1FF-daytona-user-2.3.6-45.0.43/111123-release-keys-signed-ntelos-US

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I'm on Alltel and was wondering if anyone knew how this would be done? What commands do you use to keep your radio in tact?

Both these options will leave radio settings.
Performing an SBF Restoration on the MX2
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Flashing Milestone X2 (MB867) with moto-fastboot.exe
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2nd January 2014, 01:20 AM |#42  
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Both these options will leave radio settings.
Performing an SBF Restoration on the MX2
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Flashing Milestone X2 (MB867) with moto-fastboot.exe

Worked great! I wasn't sure if you had to give any arguments or not. Thank you.
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Worked great! I wasn't sure if you had to give any arguments or not. Thank you.

great, you used sbf_flash in Linux?
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great, you used sbf_flash in Linux?

Yes, I used VirtualBox with Linux Mint and told it to connect to the phone in the devices menu. It restarts the phone and loses the connection at one point and Windows will recognize it, but just click on the phone again in the devices menu when it does that and it will happily continue.

After that I reflashed the custom ROM (eclipse) he had on it previously and it's just like nothing happened.
I won't be trying CM10 on it again though. Installing gapps breaks it for some reason.
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Yes, I used VirtualBox with Linux Mint and told it to connect to the phone in the devices menu. It restarts the phone and loses the connection at one point and Windows will recognize it, but just click on the phone again in the devices menu when it does that and it will happily continue.

yes that is typical for virtualbox.
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After that I reflashed the custom ROM (eclipse) he had on it previously and it's just like nothing happened.
I won't be trying CM10 on it again though. Installing gapps breaks it for some reason.

cm10 has lots of issue, but may have been wrong gaaps or a bad download. You should always Verify that your downloads are complete with MD5/SHA-1 Hash Checksums

eclipse is the most popular rom.
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Did aynone try to unlock 8035 nv-item, i.e. writing '0' instead of factory's '1'? (otherwise MIP profile does not get persisted, thus no 3g with my service operator)
If I do this and reboot, my milestone X2 does not boot, I get error message - "Modem did not power up (0), starting rsd protocol..."

Unlocking 8035 works fine on Verizon's line of Droids though.
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