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[Q] Challenge: I've messed up my new RAZR

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13th February 2014, 09:52 PM   |  #1  
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Hey XDA! Just picked up new Droid RAZR M (XT907) and immediately messed it up on the first day. So here's the deal:

- I'm an idiot.
- Got it with 98.30.1 FW, so I used this method to root it: http://www.droidviews.com/root-veriz...test-firmware/
- Forgot to unlock the bootloader
- Installed ROM Manager and flashed CWM recovery

And this must have messed up something, because now I'm not able to:
- Unlock my bootloader
- Get into recovery, it returns this error: "failed to hab check for recovery 0x56"

I'm clueless now, since I have not much knowledge in this stuff...
I'd be so thankful if anyone could help me

Thanks!

Edit: Will this help me? http://www.phonearena.com/news/How-t...B-leak_id35580

Edit 2: Okay, so that didn't help, but I used "DROID RAZR M Utility 1.20" from mattlgroff and I was successful with bringing OG recovery back. However, I found out that the bootloader on my build just can't be unlocked. I also tried to install Safestrap and install CM on another slot, but it failed with status 6. Why is that? Or is there just any other way how to install any ROM?
Last edited by krYshuT; 14th February 2014 at 12:22 AM.
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