Anyways, I agree. SPRecovery was created for a reason, and a very good one at that.
I do a backup every time I make a major change like that. I need a functioning phone ALWAYS, so I make sure I can get it back to what I had, stock and many different versions along the way.
I had a nice signature, but the mean ate it.
Bricking your Droid is damn near impossible now. Get ahold of RSDlite 4.6 and fix it. :P
Last edited by NoKz; 03-06-2010 at 04:48 PM.
Android user since Droid 1 launch.
"I can't wait to get it out of the box and void its warranty"
- Droid Razr Maxx (Current): Eclipse ICS v1.1
- Droid Bionic (Wife's Current/My Previous): Eclipse v2.2
- DroidX (Retired): Liberty3 v2.0
- Droid 1 (Retired): Project Elite @ 1.25GHz SV
You have sbrecovery right? If you do, don't use RSDlite. Download this file. virginoem-backup.zip . Boot into nandroid. Go to mount options and choose sdcard. Copy above file to your nandroid folder. Unmount sdcard. On the main menu screen, do both of the wipes. Go to backup/restore. Choose advanced restore. Choose the backup you just installed (your only one). Make sure all the options are checked below. Press restore. Reboot when done.
RSDlite works guys, but don't be suggesting that to everyone. You can kill your phone even worse doing that. If he has sbrcovery it is faster and easier to just use that.
Tell me why people do these things *without* making backups? That's probably the dumbest and most irresponsible thing you could do when doing these kinds of things I just don't understand why they are even messing around?
Do people think that *nothing* will go wrong? Cause let me tell you, *something* will go wrong, a LOT. I had to restore a backup 4 times, in the last 15 minutes! Cause what I was doing kept fudging up...lol...