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Dear All.

After flashing my phone to the factory reset as you both advised me at the beginning. I wanted to update my phone to the new ROM. I reset my phone to the factory restore, got the update from the web: Atrix Firmwares Superthread (Official Firmware Team of M3) - xda-developers used the RSD to update it, when I started uploading the phone start restarting many times and RSD send a massege to manually turn off, i did take the battery out and in after that nothing happen. I reloaded the file to the phone and the same thing happen.Now all I get on my mobile screen is :

SVF:105:1:2FAILED TO BOOT 0x1000 ENTERING NVFLASH RECOVERY MODE BATTERY IS TOO LOW TO FLASH (what is that and how to fix it?)

I have recharged the phone all night and i still get the same message.Please advice...Thanks

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I have experienced same problem. Once the phone failed to boot, after couple of hours it will show another message below "BATTERY IS TOO LOW TO FLASH". In this case you will not able to charge thru power cable. In this case you have to charge the battery using alternative method like third party tool. Then you can able to flash

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Unfortunately, according to this thread at xda-developers it looks like you bricked your phone:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthre...

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Dear All.

After flashing my phone to the factory reset as you both advised me at the beginning. I wanted to update my phone to the new ROM. I reset my phone to the factory restore, got the update from the web: Atrix Firmwares Superthread (Official Firmware Team of M3) - xda-developers used the RSD to update it, when I started uploading the phone start restarting many times and RSD send a massege to manually turn off, i did take the battery out and in after that nothing happen. I reloaded the file to the phone and the same thing happen.Now all I get on my mobile screen is :

SVF:105:1:2FAILED TO BOOT 0x1000 ENTERING NVFLASH RECOVERY MODE BATTERY IS TOO LOW TO FLASH (what is that and how to fix it?)

I have recharged the phone all night and i still get the same message.Please

try charging thru computer"s USB port

@guru, read the accepted answer "In this case you will not able to charge thru power cable."

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This is a safety protection of Motorola. You need a factory cable Motorola through which to connect the phone in a state NvFlash or in other words to connect pin 1 (Vcc +) with free pin 4 (ID) in micro USB socket where the receipt autonomous power over cable and not use batteries which bypass protection of Motorola and set the phone in low-level programming mode. Set the phone in low level programming stage (aka APX mode), enables you to send commands directly to the nvidia Tegra 2 chipset processor. NVflash is the ultimate tool for recovery and flashing roms. This tool can bring your device back from the dead in most any situation, even those hard to fix corrupted bootloader issues. It will allow full recovery of device, backup of all partitions on device and individual flash of partitions.

There is also another method to connect directly to Tegra 2 processor and it is via UART serial port through audio jack (use adapter like this -> http://www.ebay.com/itm/CP2102-Module-US...) -> Google it ...!

More info:

http://www.tabletroms.com/index.php/2011...

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I've made the data cable and was successfuly able to get the APX device on my pc.. but when I run any command (like nvflash --sync(the simplest)) it shows me an error like "data write failed(usb write protected)" ... plz help me wht to do ?

sam lee,

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As a smart program, Android Data Recovery is designed to Recover Deleted Files on Android. Samsung phones and tablets, Samsung Infuse, Samsung Captivate, Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Epic 4G Touch, Samsung Galaxy Ace and Samsung Galaxy Note are all supported by the software. If you are in need of Recovering Deleted Files from Motorola Atrix, it can help you as well.Now, follow the steps below and get how to Restore Data from an Rooted Android.

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new root is all you have to do.

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