So, now I know what SBF stands for, but what i don't understand is what it does. The link provided in the thread didn't work for me.
Motorola doesn't care. If they did, they wouldn't have made it as difficult to pull off.[/QUOTE]
That's why my next phone will NOT be a Motorola, sad to say. [/QUOTE]
I agreed with you last week when I picked up my TB, really getting tired of Motorola not getting its act together.
I'm not asking anyone to post the file. It's available elsewhere. What is it? What is the SBF file? What does SBF stand for? For newbies like myself, is there a vocabulary FAQ for all the techie words and acronyms? Like "flashing" . Pretty obvious what, "brick," means..
An SBF (or system boot file) is a tool used for restoring the phone back to it's stock out-of-box state. Custom Rom flashers use this tool in the event that they may soft-brick their phone. Or if they didn't make a backup of their stock rom.