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By jayyboi2010, Junior Member on 13th April 2014, 08:25 AM
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I have a Motorola Atrix HD MB886. Its GSM unlocked, rooted and has an unlocked bootloader. I want to install a custom recovery and a custom rom, but I cannot get my device to boot into recovery. (Power button + Volume Up) just sends me to a black screen with the android robot and a red triangle with an exclamation point in it. (Power button + Volume Down) does nothing. Is there something I am doing wrong? Can someone help me.

(Also: I have no idea how to enter or use Fastboot mode. Could you explain this to me or link me to a place to read up on the subject?)
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i got the same problem..!!!! did you find a solution??
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Originally Posted by jayyboi2010

I have a Motorola Atrix HD MB886. Its GSM unlocked, rooted and has an unlocked bootloader. I want to install a custom recovery and a custom rom, but I cannot get my device to boot into recovery. (Power button + Volume Up) just sends me to a black screen with the android robot and a red triangle with an exclamation point in it. (Power button + Volume Down) does nothing. Is there something I am doing wrong? Can someone help me.

(Also: I have no idea how to enter or use Fastboot mode. Could you explain this to me or link me to a place to read up on the subject?)

1. You're rooted so go to /system/etc and rename "install-recovery.sh" to "install-recovery.sh.bak"
2. Use Myth Tools to flash recovery (CWM or PhizTouch is included in the tool)
3. Check and Test
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