私は今日の古いDroid 2を購入しました、根ざしたDroid2Bootstrap、Roaded Monster_D2_2.3.2_4.5.153をインストールし、キャッシュを掃除し、データを拭き取った、リカバリに再起動し、再起動しました。 。元気に戻ってきました。
I purchased an old Droid 2 with a clean ESN today, rooted it, installed Droid2Bootstrap, loaded Monster_D2_2.3.2_4.5.153 onto the sdcard, cleaned the cache, wiped the data, rebooted into recovery, loaded the new images, rebooted. Came back up just fine.
Now, here is a problem you may not have experienced before. I am not a Verizon customer. Just wanted the phone to develops Apps and play with.
How can I get past the phone number activation requirement?
Since you're rooted, you might be able to bypass activation permanently by killing the Phone dialer app. This involves removing (or renaming)
Phone.apk. I can at least confirm that this works on a Droid 1. Definitely make sure you have a backup made prior to editing your system this way.
You can rename
Phone.apk with an app like Root Explorer, or with the terminal app by mounting the system partition as rewritable. This also works if you've set up SSH:
su mount -o rw,remount /system cd /system/app mv Phone.apk Phone.apk.old pm uninstall Phone.apk
That disables the CDMA adapter and gets rid of the activation screen that always comes up on boot. It should also save you a little battery life too, since it's one less app, and one less adapter turned on. You might get an error when you rename the file, but after rebooting (forcefully, if necessary) everything should be fine.
from Droid Forums To bypass activation:
Must be done every time you power on the phone
Found another way to do this besides Noah's answer:
simply touch the android, and select skip activation.
~ Android Central Forums (Brought to you by Google and Chrome Browser)
I haven't tested this out yet, so let me know if it doesn't work so I can take this down and it isn't a nuisance.