Fastboot Recovery tool for Motorola Droid Bionic


Any Droid Bionic should have this Fastboot XML zip package which could assist bricked users with recovery and roll-back to the stock firmware state. Motorola has created a new file format for recovery allowing Bionic users to recover from a software brick. This package can be flashed using the latest version of RSD Lite. The program reads an XML input, then one-by-one flashes the included images to the device using Fastboot Recovery.

How-to Flashing instructions down below, we do not recommend this to people who don’t have previous experience in flashing ROM’s. We can not be held responsible in any way, if you end up with a bricked device, everything you’re doing is at your own risk.

Download:5.5.1_84_DBN-55 (tar.gz)  once you got it, follow the steps below.


  • Install the Motorola Mobile Drivers [32-bit] [64-bit]
  • Install RSD Lite 5.5. [Download]
  • Make sure your Motorola Droid Bionic is powered on and backed up.
  • Plug your Motorola Droid Bionic into a back USB port on your computer.
  • Run “RSD Lite” on your computer
  • Press the “. . .” button next to the box labeled “Filename”
  • Browse and open the FXZ file
  • Wait for the program to read the file, then choose “Uncompress And Start Flashing”
  • Now, the device will slowly flash the FXZ file.
  • When flashing completes, the device will reboot into recovery and install the two radio images.
  • Congratulations! You’ve restored your Motorola Droid Bionic.


source BriefMobile