Bricked my Droid x

socalpunk

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i was using my droid x and it just went black and when i turn it back on all i get is to the android logo and nothing else... i need help.
 

jerseyboy357

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Just go into the rooting roms section grab the sbf file for 602 you can flash that and be back to stock. If you need hep ask here first.
 

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Just go into the rooting roms section grab the sbf file for 602 you can flash that and be back to stock. If you need hep ask here first.

ok, i did that and it got 99% completed and then it failed, so now when i do th volume down, camera and power it tells me

code corrupt
battery low
cannot program

and i tried charging it and it wont charge now.

i think im F######D, but i hope not...
 
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jerseyboy357

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Yea it wont charge if the rom isnt installed. It might charge if you do a battery pull first. Usually, I may be wrong, Code Corrupt means a bad sbf file or a bad driver on the pc end. But if it made it to 99%...what was the error? Try to find a way to charge your X if you can(another X w battery) and re-try the sbf again. I'll ask around
 
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If you can get a friend or a Verizon store to charge you battery - that will allow you to flash the file. I had bricked my Droid X & dead battery - Verizon said the phone was under warranty and sending me a refurb. Literally received the refurb to change my battery and then fixed my phone & sent the refurb back to VZ. I was able after a little trial and error to "unbrick" my phone. Good luck.
 

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ok, i did that and it got 99% completed and then it failed, so now when i do th volume down, camera and power it tells me

code corrupt
battery low
cannot program

and i tried charging it and it wont charge now.

i think im F######D, but i hope not...

USB to mother board, no peripheral crap.
 

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Did you get it? I have failed SBF with peripheral usb ports. Using the usb ports directly off the motherboard helps.
 

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