Need some help fixing my root mistake!
So today I just got my dad's old Droid X. He had already rooted it and flashed Cyanogen 7.1 on it. I wanted something different so I tried to flash Liberty Beta 3 through ICS. So I can start up my phone in the bootmenu (press down volume button when the little LED flashes) I can do everything here, but can't for the life of me figure out how to get into a usable version of the phone. Whenever I reboot it gets to the Motorola "M" and stops there.
Is this enough information to get help?
03-22-2012 03:10 PM
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I'm a bit confused...
You said he was on CM 7.1, which version? When you turn on the phone, the Moto logo, is it Red or White? I would assume red.
I would assume you mean CM9, and EncounterICS. That is the only ICS or CM ROM that has the bootmenu implemented. (You are pressing Vol - at the blue LED, correct?)
If that's the case the boot menu in that version is a bit b0rked and it doesn't always mount /system correctly, so its probably causing issues there. Get in to the bootmenu, go to Recovery -> Latest, get in Clockwork, perform a mini-SBF (wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache, wipe dalvik cache (its under advanced) and wipe /system (its under mounts and storage) and then reflash Liberty 3 v2; if you want to go to Liberty. If that fails you will need to SBF.
Hey so I SBF'd hardcore and got it back to stock so I'm all set again. Thanks for the direction!
Do a sbf its easy don't worry it will fix your problem
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