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    Exclamation stuck on moto boot up

    So I updated to GB and not it is stuck on the new red moto boot icon.

    I am no rooted...I don't know what to do!

    HELP PLEASEE!!
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    Mine looped on the eye. I just pulled the battery and started it back up.
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    Trust me ive done that.

    They have to send me a replacement.
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    Same thing happened to me w/ same result - VZW sending me a replacement. I'm still looking around the forums to see if there is a way to fix my bricked DX. Any assistance would be appreciated.
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    I have been looking around here as well for an answer.
    Seems like we are the only two this has happened too.

    I am happy they are send me a replacement overnight, should be at my job sometime tomorrow.
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    You should be able to sbf back to froyo and at least have a usable phone.

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    sbf??
    I cannot do ANYTHING with my phone, it just stays stuck at the moto icon on the bootloader.
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    Have you tried booting into the bootloader? You should not see the moto logo at all. Hold the volume up button, volume down button and power buttons simultaneously to boot into the bootloader. If you can get to that screen, you can reprogram the phone back to stock froyo.

    http://forum.androidcentral.com/896678-post86.html
    Last edited by carlos31820; 06-01-2011 at 01:38 PM.
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    Hold your horses Gents.

    No need to try and SBF yet.

    Have you tired wiping your data/cache? Yeah it will basically reformat your settings, but at least hte phone should work.

    Do as was suggested and boot into stock recovery.

    1. Pull out battery to turn off phone. (replace battery)
    2. Hold both volume keys and power button until phone boots into recovery
    3. Use volume keys to scroll to wipe data / cache
    4. Use camera button to select wipe data / cache
    5. Scroll to Reboot Phone
    6. Let it reboot (up to 5 minutes or so) and you should be good to go.

    You will have to reactivate your phone and all your data will be gone. Your phone should automatically start restoring all your contacts, apps (market will get most of them, but not all) and you will have to set everything up again.

    Hope it works out for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TallyHo View Post
    Hold your horses Gents.

    No need to try and SBF yet.

    Have you tired wiping your data/cache? Yeah it will basically reformat your settings, but at least hte phone should work.

    Do as was suggested and boot into stock recovery.

    1. Pull out battery to turn off phone. (replace battery)
    2. Hold both volume keys and power button until phone boots into recovery
    3. Use volume keys to scroll to wipe data / cache
    4. Use camera button to select wipe data / cache
    5. Scroll to Reboot Phone
    6. Let it reboot (up to 5 minutes or so) and you should be good to go.

    You will have to reactivate your phone and all your data will be gone. Your phone should automatically start restoring all your contacts, apps (market will get most of them, but not all) and you will have to set everything up again.

    Hope it works out for you.
    Didn't gingerbread recovery change step # 4 to use the power button for selections instead of the camera button like it was in froyo?
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    Sounds like you was impatient because the phone sits on the M screen almost 20 minutes with some devices while it rebuild the cache file, this isn't new because it did the same thing with 2.2.1 update.

    If you stop pulling battery and just let the device update it will give a small vibrate when done and it will start fine..
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    No I wasn't being impatient, but I let it sit there for nearly an hour...and nothing.
    &no that is not normal because I've seen other people do the update and it boots just like it normally would, no sitting on the M screen for 20 minutes.
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    I have my replacement and it already has GB on it. Running perfect!

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