Is there a way I can uninstall the "Revolutionary" boot loader and reinstall the original boot loader (I already reinstalled the original rom for the Android OS), when I don't have the ability to start my Thunderbolt into the Android OS? The only thing I can get it to do is load the boot loader menu. (Otherwise, it just continually restarts at the HTC logo screen.)
I need to send my phone back to Verizon (as they sent me a replacement already) and I want to ensure it's reset to factory settings so I'm not charged.
My T'Bolt is currently flashed to Cricket Wireless. I have run Revolutionary, and am at the part where I cannot select recovery in the bootloader, asking if I would like to update. I know the answer is no, and that I need to delete the PG05IMG file, and proceed from there. If I do this, will that remove my flash from Cricket, or will I be ok?
Well, I took a leap of faith and went ahead and deleted the file.Everything looks good. Now to get a ROM that I like and start having fun with my phone again. Thanks for all the useful info here!