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#1 JWisey330

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 01:04 AM

Alright so I rooted my phone and installed the clockworkmod recovery. I was using ROM Manager trying to install cyanogenmod 10.1 and it wanted me to reboot and go into the cwm recovery and I shoulda waited till I had access to a computer and/or done much more research because the cwm recovery menu with the systems and what not had me all messed up. I can't even remember exactly what I did but it put me into a loop where I would see the motorola logo then a little android dude would appear and id go back into the bootmenu and that's when I began trying to restore but I must not of done the backup right and after wiping and basically trying every option I finally came down to the factory reset than it began to just stay at the motorola logo. After about 2 hours I pulled the battery and it'd just go right back to the same screen. Now I only get it on while its plugged into a regular charger, it comes on immediately when I plug it in and goes to the same screen. I can then usually hold down the vol buttons + power and it goes black then comes on in boot menu, I go to recovery and a android dude comes up with a caution symbol, I do the vol buttons for that menu to appear and I factory reset it, goes through the procedure of cleaning or whatever then I reboot and get stuck at the Motorola logo again!! I was running Jelly Bean 4.1.2 and I don't know much else at the moment. I don't have a computer handy, I have this Motorola Milestone3, an android tablet, an xbox360 and a Wii, SD card(s) and the usb to smartphone charger.... is there anything anybody can do????

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 03:31 AM

Not without a computer I'm afraid. You need to fxz to the same version you were on.

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 11:18 AM

Alright well is there any hope for a charge? I have a wall charger that will make the phone come on to the motorola logo like other wall chargers but if I mess with it it'll go off and show the white light like any other usb charge... right now I just have it off with the light showing. I also found out if I go into the bootmenu, select fastboot and it'll come up saying low battery can't program connect usb or whatever, I just hit the power button and it will go off or at least some kinda sleep mode but it gives me no kind of sign of charging

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 11:35 AM

You need a team black hat factory adapter. I'll see if I can find an active link

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That will not charge. But it will allow you to power up the phone via USB and flash the correct firmware. Once a successful flash is completed, the phone should charge on a normal USB.

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Posted 08 March 2015 - 08:50 PM

Alright here's what I ended up doing. I cut the end of a USB cable to get the wires, I took the red and black wires and stripped some plastic off so I had just the wiring, I then took my battery out and in the spot the battery goes I put the red wiring on the positive side and the black wiring on the negative side, I had the wiring right in front of the little chips or whatever they're called, lol I apologize for being a bit of a noob, then I put the battery in so the wires would reach into the little slots of the battery itself where the chips are. So hoping this would work I plugged it up and let it set for about 3.5 hours. I then unhooked it and tried to start it up, of course only the boot menu but I was able to turn it on without a charger plugged in and ap fastboot was now saying battery OK! My nephew had a droid 3 that I seen was for a smaller battery but similar layout so I positioned my bionic battery so that it could fit into the slots and it popped on saying 70% battery! This made me happy, so I got access to a laptop, flashed it with the stock jelly bean firmware and here I am on my revived Bionic! What did I learn? NO FLASHING WITH A LOW BATTERY and do thorough research if you're new like me lol
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Posted 08 March 2015 - 10:02 PM

Alright here's what I ended up doing. I cut the end of a USB cable to get the wires, I took the red and black wires and stripped some plastic off so I had just the wiring, I then took my battery out and in the spot the battery goes I put the red wiring on the positive side and the black wiring on the negative side, I had the wiring right in front of the little chips or whatever they're called, lol I apologize for being a bit of a noob, then I put the battery in so the wires would reach into the little slots of the battery itself where the chips are. So hoping this would work I plugged it up and let it set for about 3.5 hours. I then unhooked it and tried to start it up, of course only the boot menu but I was able to turn it on without a charger plugged in and ap fastboot was now saying battery OK! My nephew had a droid 3 that I seen was for a smaller battery but similar layout so I positioned my bionic battery so that it could fit into the slots and it popped on saying 70% battery! This made me happy, so I got access to a laptop, flashed it with the stock jelly bean firmware and here I am on my revived Bionic! What did I learn? NO FLASHING WITH A LOW BATTERY and do thorough research if you're new like me lol

Good job. The one thing nobody can take from you is what you have learned.  Be it the hard way or other wise.  To make things easier on yourself get a Black Hat adapter, You may never use it.  But with the new phones coming out with out a removeable battery it will end up being the only way to get around this type of problem.



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Posted 30 August 2016 - 12:12 AM

hello fulks sorry if i'm not posting my problem in the right place. i was given a droid bionic xt875 running cyanogenmod11 the i decided to upgrade to cm13 but while upgrading the phone fell off my hands and when off now its stuck on the moto logo. when i tried flashing with rsdlite it fails at 6/22 error cdt bin so now i dont know what to do please can somebody help me solve this problem? thanks very much in advance






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