If you've picked up a Motorola Droid 3, and love to tinker with things, listen up -- files have surfaced that will allow you to restore your D3 to a "factory-like" state and, more important, recover a unit that won't boot up. We have to be clear here -- this is not a standard stock .sbf file. If you use these files, you will no longer be on Motorola's upgrade path. This is for emergency use (...
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