I just want to add a little input about activation after unbricking your X.
After I resurrected my phone, I tried calling *228 and programming OTA. Like a lot of other unbrickers, I was not able to activate this way - the recording told me to talk to a customer service rep. So, I headed over to the Verizon store and talked to a tech about reactivating. He tried *228, got the same error message that I did, and sent me off with the VZ activation and customer service toll-free numbers.
After calling customer service (the activation number was unable to program my phone), I found out that when unbricking your droid, there is no "order" placed for reactivation of the droid. Reactivation must be done manually via the customer service toll-free #. I don't remember the number offhand, but if someone needs it or if this should be added to the OP, then I can find and post it.
(What a nightmare this all was...!)
Edited for poor wording
Last edited by xlivewire7x; 08-09-2010 at 10:41 PM.
Yes, all my apps, settings, contacts, etc. were all still intact after flashing. I was amazed that all my info and my whole setup was still there, even after a failed flash. So yes, your data was probably deleted when you did the factory restore (which I never did).
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Alright, need some help here. Where do I find the "pst_flash.ini" file? I've unzipped the file, and I see the SBF there, but thats the only file in the SBF. What am I missing?
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