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So i dropped my X, cracked the screeen and apparently rattled the battery enough for it to swell twice the normal size. Got a new battery and turned on the phone, the white M comes up and never leaves the screen. I did an full SBF with 2.3.34 and it went flawless. Phone reboots and is STILL stuck on the M. I can get into the stock recovery as well, but it never boots past the M. Am I SOL now? Should i attempt another SBF file or SBFportable?
 

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There aren't any noises that are loud enough to hear. But putting it up to my ear i can hear a somewhat highpitch noise.

Upgrade isn't for another 8months.

I tried KDS1 it runs thorugh everything, but still not getting past the M.

Also tried the Gingerbread SBF, stuck at a much nicer looking M. Nada. So, off to ebay it goes.
 

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Ya man i would flash every .sbf i could find. and also after flashing make sure u go into stock recovery and wipe data/Factory Resets

Heres a thread i made with all the .sbfs i have and a few other users posted.

DX-SBF Links
 

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The only access i have is to the stock recovery. I'm pretty sure after SBFing 4 times with 2.3.34 and .596 and using KDS1 iso that this thing is toast. Oh well. Maybe i'll tear it down or just sell it for parts. Thanks, guys.
 

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Not sure how i didn't notice this earlier in the day. Came home and checked out the stock recovery. Shows a bunch of errors

E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/command
E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/caller
E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/log
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/log
E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/last_log
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/last_log

Would this basically mean the internal flash storage is damaged? Or maybe a connection has come undone?
 
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