The other day my Droid fell from my bed to the floor, and all the sudden the screen decides to go black and not work anymore. The phone is fine otherwise, and still connects to my computer and everything. I think I'm running the latest Cyanogenmod, not sure though. I know I have Clockwork recovery though. Anyway, I'm rooted and all that good stuff, and tried to drop into my phone through an ADB shell to see how far I could get. Unfortunately, that wasn't very far.I tried to do a FORMAT: CACHE (or whatever that command is, I forget it exactly), and got some weird error code. My guess was that it was because I didn't click that "mount phone" option in Clockwork. I have a limited knowledge of ADB (by no means an expert), and would like to know if the following would be possible with a non-functioning screen (i.e., without needing to necessarily see what I was doing/having to press anything I cant see)
- Making a nandroid backup of the phone
- Pulling files from the phone (is this still necessary if I make a nandroid?)
- Unrooting the phone
- Installing a stock/OEM 2.2 (is that what we're up to officially now? I've lost track of what VZW pushes out)
- Anything else you guys think would be useful that I forgot
Anyways, I hope this information is useful to you all, and that my Droid's brains can be saved before I ship it back.