no, or not hard brick, worse case you will have to flash sbf, just don't flash with a low batteryAm I in danger of bricking my phone?
possibly that's why you should verify md5 check sum2: What went wrong yesterday? Could there have been something wrong with my 2.3.4 file?most likely, did you use zurgrush? that removes files needed for updateProcedure?noCould Verizon have found a way to prevent updating a rooted phone?use magic md5 root method for 2.3.5I did very little other than provide minimal information to get access to my phone, (It forced me to make a phone call to automatically activate the phone, then I had to give the google store my credentials before I could install the rootkeeper)
Maybe this whole process would have been easier in linux, I wouldn't have had to install all the drivers and crap (some of which seems kinda shady... whenever I plug my phone into my computer, a browser window now opens up and tries to get me to d/l some motorolla manager tool) . I'm a linux user, but I found Moon Shadow's (very well written) Howto's first. God I hate Windows!