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[Q] Help bricked my Droid X2

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18th February 2014, 08:15 AM   |  #1  
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Ok so here is my sob story. I was trying to flash my Droid X2 down to 2.3.4 so that I could root it and install eclipse. However during the flashing process the battery died! I charged the battery (with an external charger) and tried to reboot the phone but it is stuck on the Motorola screen. I can pull up a menu by holding the up volume button. I have gotten it into the Android recovery mode and cleared the cache and tried to do a factory reset, but that didn't work.

Next I tried to re-flash, but every time I try it fails at the BP pass through. I have even tried it on different computers with the same results (BP pass through)! I have the most recent RSD Lite and the newest Motorola drivers. I have found that I can select the No BP on that first menu and it will boot the phone. Is there anyway to fix the phone so it will boot normally? Or do I now own an expensive paperweight...
19th February 2014, 06:05 AM   |  #2  
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eclipse 2.3 needs to be installed on 2.3.5, all other roms require 2.3.4
failure at bp pass through is almost always a drivers issue
either try ezSBF 2.3.4, then use 2.3.5 update.zip
or try my driver issues link on my page
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23rd February 2014, 06:29 AM   |  #3  
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I am experiencing a similar problem with my DX2 as well where it will only boot with "No BP". I've tried installing different versions of stock sbfs through RSD lite on Windows 7 and Windows XP all giving me the BP pass through FAIL. I tried different RSD lite versions and even different motorola drivers. I then tried the ezSBF method which gives me no errors, but I still get the same "Modem did not power up (3)" error on startup. I tried rooting it even though I had problems and it worked. I figured that I'd try to install a rom to see if that would fix my problem, but I can't get into "System Recovery" when I reboot. Oddly enough I also can't get out of Airplane mode even when I have it turned off. The wifi works, the radio doesn't which is normal in airplane mode. Any suggestions? Thanks.
23rd February 2014, 06:38 AM   |  #4  
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did you verify md5 for sbfs?
using rsd lite 5.7 or newer?
did you check device manager, for errors, right after you get a bp pass through failure?

if yes for all of those, likely a hardware failure, and nothing can be done.
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Quote:
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did you verify md5 for sbfs?
using rsd lite 5.7 or newer?
did you check device manager, for errors, right after you get a bp pass through failure?

if yes for all of those, likely a hardware failure, and nothing can be done.

I just verified md5 with the 2.3.4 sbf which matched, Froyo didn't match, and 2.3.5 matched. Version 2.3.5 GB is currently on the DX2 because I used "DX2Batchroot_2013.v2.exe".
I tried using rsd lite 5.7 and then 6.1.6.
I get a "QHSUSB_DLOAD" error at 99% completion, then my DX2 flickers and I eventually get a FAIL from "no bp pass through".

Airplane is stuck trying to turn off and rebooting doesn't turn it off; only wiping data/cache turn it off. The cell signal is "x'd out" displaying no bars.
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