Motorola A955 (Droid 2)
Programming Instructions
  1. Power the phone on
  2. Click phone icon to go to dial pad
  3. Dial ##7764726 and hit call
  4. Enter 000000
  5. Choose User Activation 
  6. Enter in MDN then click OK
  7. Enter in MIN then click OK
  8. Hit the back button once and it will say “phone will reset now”
  9. Let it reset and phone will be programmed.
Diagnostic Mode
    Hardware Virtual Serial Port required. See Driver Archive.
  1. Turn the phone on
  2. Go to Menu, Settings, Applications, Development
  3. Place a checkmark on USB Debugging.
  4. Drop down the phone’s notification bar
  5. Click on “USB connection“
  6. Choose PC Mode
    Or:
  1. Turn the phone off
  2. Plug in the cable to the computer but not to the phone
  3. Hold down the camera button
  4. Now plug in the cable to the phone and keep holding the camera button for about 20 seconds.
Additional Troubleshooting
  1. Make sure phone is in diag mode. (if applicable)
  2. Ensure port on phone is clean, brush out if necessary.
  3. Check for proper cable and snug connection to phone port.
  4. Unplug computer side of USB cable, wait 3 seconds and plug into different usb port.
  5. Reinstall drivers for your mobile device. Use Device Manager to ensure you dont have any driver conflicts and the phone is showing up properly.
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