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My first suggestion might sound kind of dumb, but I've done it myself many times. Make sure you don't mix up D2 and D2G files. Whether it be ROMs, sbf, etc. My second suggestion is that sometimes for a ROM to take, you have to also mount the system in recovery after you format. (Like cm7.) Third, if you feel like it didn't install "Quite right" as I do sometimes, just hit the wipe buttons again and reinstall, it won't do you any harm. And finally, make sure you're on the right kernel. This is especially important for the D2 since it's in a transition period between Motorola ROMs, and AOSP ROMs. Just don't give up! That's what Motorola wants you to do. ;)

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Nevermind. I was totally wrong, thought you had a D2. That's all I really know.
 
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