I am having the same verification problems as the gentleman earlier. It will not take the update on my phone. Everything is spelled correctly. Could I have flashed a bad 2.1 update 1 to my phone earlier. I used the one from the unlckr thread I found. I took my phone to the verizon store and have a new one on the way. Are they going to check it once it gets back to motorola or am I good to go. Thanks for the help.
Update: The first thing I see on stock recovery is E:Can't open /cache/recovery/command
when i try to update I get
E: failed to verify whole-file signature
E: signature verification failed
Last edited by jakebowenecu; 10-06-2010 at 09:09 PM.
Sorry that's not more help yet... If you've already taken the phone back, and a new one is already on the way, you're *probably* fine anyway.
I can't seem to find it anywhere in the thread I just glanced over it so I could have missed this, this wont put a stock recovery back on my Droid right? and since it wont should I worry about stock recovery and if so can you point me to the right thread? I'm trying to get a replacement Droid, my phone has sensors that are all screwed up and not working properly I keep getting muted while in call and its rebooting randomly.
Silly question I suppose, but I figured I'd ask it anyway.
If I used Motocache1's method to rooting as in this thread:
Root Droid 1 - regardless of OS version
Will your method still replace SPR with stock recovery? I know Motocache1's method disables froyo's ability to overwrite custom recovery systems. I'm just wondering if the update.zip file will still bring me back to stock or not.
I ask this due to my issue with my mini usb port (it's starting to break) and I may not be able to flash sbfs soon :/