Procedure to Motorola Droid X with Official 2.3.340:
There are two ways with which you can downgrade the firmware, one is for the Windows users and another is for the users of Mac / Linux.
Downgrade Tutorial for Windows Users:
- Download RSD Lite Tool, Motorola Drivers (32-bit | 64-bit) & Official 2.3.340 firmware in your computer. Once you download all these tools, open to install the Motorola Drivers followed after which you need to install the RSD Suite Lite in your computer.
- After this, turn Off the phone so as to enter the device in the boot loader mode. The boot loader mode in the Motorola Droid X can be entered by holding down Volume Down, the Camera & the Power buttons. If the device boots normally, you need to try again to enter into the same.
- Once you enter the device in the boot loader mode, with the help of USB cable connect the phone to the computer.
- Open the RSD Lite tool in your computer and click on the “…” button next to the file name box and select the 2.3.340 firmware .sbf file. Once you select the same, click on “Start” and wait for the device to update with the same.
- As soon as you click on “Start”, it will take around 15 – 20 minutes for the firmware to be applied. As soon as the firmware is applied successfully, the phone will be restarted and will enter into the boot loader mode.
- Now, remove the battery and power back the device while holding the “Home” button. As soon as you see the Android triangle symbol along with an exclamation mark, press on the Search Button.
- Select the option “Wipe data/factory reset” and once it’s done, you need to select “reboot system now” to reboot the phone.
Once the phone is rebooted, the device will be downgraded to the desired default factory firmware. Now, let’s head to the next page where we will see the instructions for the Linux / MAC OS X users.