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bignadad 08-06-2010 07:30 PM

Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
Here's the Link

http://rootzwiki.com/index.php/Smart...a/Droid-X.html


This is for fixing bricked devices or to restore to factory settings!

I have tested this method and it works great!


This will be handy for editing framework that contains all images on device... Because now if it causes a problem with device you can use this method to get back to factory setup... :)

Motorola Droid X SBF Download With Drivers in package - Here [SBF FLASH]
Note: 1. You Lose root. 2. Build .604
Instructions (Linux)
1. Unzip the SBF and place VRZ_MB810_1.13.6.2_1FF_01.sbf and sbf_flash in the downloads folder
2. Put the Droid X in bootloader and connect it via usb.
3. Open a terminal window.
4.Change your directory: CD Downloads
5. Then type: ./sbf_flash VRZ_MB810_1.13.6.2_1FF_01.sbf
6. Wait and finish!
Windows Instructions
1. Download these files:
32Bit Drivers or 64Bit Drivers are with the sbf above.
SBF (Zipped)
Credit to MyDroidWorld for RSD Lite.
SBF INSTRUCTIONS: Install the RSDLite 4.7 program by double clicking on the program.
Move the pst_flash.ini file into the following folder --> Program Files/Motorola/RSDLite
2. Install the drivers that apply to your Operating System.
3. Unzip the SBF into a folder.
4. Open RSD Lite and find the UNZIPPED SBF
5. Put your Motorola Droid X in bootloader mode. Now connect the Droid X via usb.
6. Click start and sit back.
PLEASE LET US KNOW IF THIS DOESN'T WORK, Go to the contact us page or here for support on the SBF. Thank you!




Zaphod-Beeblebrox 08-06-2010 07:41 PM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bignadad (Post 1902168)
Here's the Link

http://rootzwiki.com/index.php/Smart...a/Droid-X.html


This is for fixing bricked devices or to restore to factory settings!

This will be handy for editing framework that contains all images on device... Because now if it causes a problem with device you can use this method to get back to factory setup... :)

might start a new taskbar tonight

Has it been confirmed to work? Anyone re-flashed yet?

bignadad 08-06-2010 07:44 PM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Zaphod-Beeblebrox (Post 1902180)
Has it been confirmed to work? Anyone re-flashed yet?

i see it was confirmed using linux, but not sure about WinMo... Hopefully the apk's i produce won't ever cause me to need it :)

just nice to know it's an option

Padron26 08-06-2010 07:51 PM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
this is Nice Insurance

Zaphod-Beeblebrox 08-06-2010 08:08 PM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bignadad (Post 1902183)
i see it was confirmed using linux, but not sure about WinMo... Hopefully the apk's i produce won't ever cause me to need it :)

just nice to know it's an option

Crossin' my fingers for ya :)

First thing I want is a dusk task bar & a sense-like Actionbar for ADW.

Hop to it, would ya ;)

gunkle 08-06-2010 08:46 PM

Confirm it works!!!
Only changes I made before trying it we're rooting and changing framework to a modded one. Lost root and framework mod. Kept all my apps and settings.

Didn't fix the problem I was aiming for though. If I try to access bookmarks from the stock browser
The browser restarts or whatever program I'm using to access them crashes.
Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk

bignadad 08-06-2010 08:51 PM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by gunkle (Post 1902242)
Confirm it works!!!
Only changes I made before trying it we're rooting and changing framework to a modded one. Lost root and framework mod. Kept all my apps and settings.

Didn't fix the problem I was aiming for though. If I try to access bookmarks from the stock browser
The browser restarts or whatever program I'm using to access them crashes.
Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk

did you use the windows or linux method? if windows what version?

gunkle 08-06-2010 08:59 PM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
linux. i used a live ubuntu cd. Sorry I should have stated that.

166486 02-02-2011 02:31 PM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
my Droid X is stuck on Bootloader... and just won't go anywhere. I guess I'm going to try this using the Windows method and see what happens..

Hopefully it will work.

Will report back to let you guys know the results

Red_YJ 09-29-2011 02:25 AM

Re: Motorola Droid X SBF is Available! Restore a Bricked Droid X!
 
Greetings and felicitations. While receiving an over the air update, My Droid X was dropped and the battery fell out because I had the back cover off. Now the phone does nothing. I can enter the bootloader mode but it says, "Battery Low Cannot Program." I can enter recovery mode, but I can not find a signed setup.zip to reload the operating system. What options do I have? Being able to enter bootloader 30.04 and recovery mode probably means that something can be done. I just really need a Droid X signed update.zip. Is there a way to load the OS using the bootloader, even if it says Battery Low? The battery will not even charge, with the phone in this condition. Is there a way to trick the phone to charge the battery? Thank you in advance for the help.


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