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Stuck on the Logo
Alright guys, here's the long drawn out story:
I downgraded to FroYo .sbf, then upgraded to a 2 part Blur GB spf. I believe .596? I used RSD Lite to load the sbf file, then d/l droid 2 bootstrapper and z4 rooter. Rooted my phone, then used the bootstrapper to load in the 2 blur zips. Phone ran perfectly. I backed up a copy of my system with clockwork mod recovery this morning then flashed the newest ver. of MIUI (2.1.20). It was working perfectly until I used bootstrapper, trying to boot into recovery (not realizing that MIUI has this option on the power key). Then, it wouldn't boot into recovery, I couldn't get into recovery (not even manually) and every time I turned my phone on/off it acted like it was the first time I had ever flashed MIUI. It wouldn't save contacts or themes, when originally it had no problems. Wouldn't let me use wifi or 3G.
Soooo, I made the mistake of thinking the only way I could fix it was by using RSD Lite again and just trying to wipe the system. I loaded everything into RSD Lite and converted to FroYo again... my phone then reverted back to unrooted status... I re-installed the apps and re-rooted my phone. I had a friend with me telling me that he converted straight to MIUI from FroYo with no problems and that it upgraded him to GB. So I tried going straight to MIUI's newest version and I got stuck at the M logo. I did originally see a blue light, pressed down the volume button and was able to restore back to this morning. However, I'm still stuck at the M logo.
The logo looks like the FroYo ver. I tried to re-install the blur files with no luck, it kept giving me errors. When the blur files are correctly installed, it should be the red logo. I took out my battery and waited for a couple of minutes, when I put it back in, I'm not getting the blue light anymore. I can still boot into recovery, but it's not the same menu... it's very basic so it's not the clockwork mod menu... I'm not even sure what happened with that. Should I re-download those files? Will that even help at this point? Should I go to a GB sbf file? And if so, what version?
I'm still pretty new to this so simple answers are better, but any help is appreciated... seriously.