Well, if the script works as it's designed to, you don't lose anything. That's kind of the point. But stuff happens and things go wrong from time to time. I designed it to be multi-pronged so that if it gets all messed up, we can still recover you and get you updated, but, with a longer data killing process.
Edit: Android is upgrading......Optimizing application 1 of 120................
Stupid question, but what do you recommend for Hash/CRC checking in Windows 7? I had one that I used to use, but it doesn't like Win7 much.
That's what I always tell people to use. I use something different that adds a hash tab to the file properties but that'll work fine.
Added the link to the OP for future reference.
ok, was looking promising but now I'm getting "Unfortunately, Motorola Services has stopped" and "Unfortunately, the process com.android.phone has stopped" and "Unfortunately, Setup has stopped" over and over again. I finally got it to shutoff in between messages. These were all on the lock screen
Boot into recovery again and wipe the cache again. If that doesn't work, sadly you're going to have to do a factory reset...again in recovery.
Not sure, but having to FXZ back to 902 manually and now restoring from backup. I suspect it will still be easier to root .902, root, and restore nand backup, and try again. Either way, I'll let you know how it goes. Sorli...
I keep getting: failed to copy (long file name here), permission denied.
Can I copy them over manually then just continue with the script, or do you forsee other problems if I try that?