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    [ALL IN ONE] The HTC Thunderbolt Tool!

    This tool is your all-in-one toolbox for the HTC Thunderbolt.

    With it, you can:

    1. S-OFF and Root
    2. Unroot
    3. Install 4ext recovery app to flash it
    4. Boot menu: Reboot, Hot reboot, Reboot recovery, Reboot to fastboot, Reboot to hboot, Power off
    5. Disable HTC OTA Updates
    6. Run an ADB/Fastboot Command Prompt
    7. Install Busybox via an app


    SCREENSHOT:



    CREDITS:

    *ChainsDD - Superuser


    *The Revolutionary team:
    Adam Glasgall, Joshua Wise, Koush Dutta, Kenny Millington, Eric
    Smaxwill, Michael Sullivan, 0xf4b, Ryan Pearl, Sen Verbrugge, Matt
    Mastracci, Matthew Fogle, Sebastion Krahmer, BumbleDroid, Scott
    Walker, attn1, Kevin Bruckert, and toastcfh - Revolutionary S-OFF


    *The Revolutionary Team - ZergRush


    *Kevin Bruckert (Agrabren) and #TeamWin - fre3vo exploit


    *Koushik Dutta - ClockWorkMod recoveries


    *TeamWin - TWRP recovery


    *@MadMaxx82_xda on twitter - 4ext recovery & app


    *TrueBlue_Drew @ XDA - Splash Flasher (Currently Unimplemented)


    *AndroidGod -Being my official beta tester for the unrooter


    *Goldfish - Foooood


    *My fan - I got hot while making this ok?


    *Zomboy & MonstercatMedia - For making the sick music I listened to while coding this


    *HTC - They kinda like, made the phone.


    *Me - Everything else was my original work. And because I'm a conceited jerk. ;P
    INSTRUCTIONS:

    Run ThunderboltTool.exe, then run ThunderboltTool.bat in the folder you chose to extract to.

    READ THE README THAT POPS UP ON THE FIRST RUN AND FOLLOW ALL ITS DIRECTIONS!!!!

    CHANGELOG:

    Changelog can be found here: https://github.com/trter10/Thunderbo.../CHANGELOG.txt


    DOWNLOAD:

    http://goo.im/devs/trter10/ThunderboltTool.exe

    MD5 is on download page.

    ENJOY! [/SIZE]
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    Will this erase all user data such as text messages or will I need to back up my info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsJones View Post
    Will this erase all user data such as text messages or will I need to back up my info?

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    Only unrooting will erase data

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    Yay!!!! Thanks so much will be rooting shortly!!!

    One more question I hope it isn't dumb but if I decide to try different ROMs, will that wipe my user data? Would I need to back up what I can before doing so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsJones View Post
    Yay!!!! Thanks so much will be rooting shortly!!!

    One more question I hope it isn't dumb but if I decide to try different ROMs, will that wipe my user data? Would I need to back up what I can before doing so?

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    The rom won't, but you will before you flash. You can use titanium backup to backup apps and use the export/import contacts to/from sdcard function to back them up, and you should make a nandroid backup before you flash in case something goes awry.

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    Thanks so much. I'm coming from a Droid 2 and I was going to root it but I knew I wouldn't keep it and it was under warranty. My thunderbolt is not under warranty so I figured I might as well.

    Thanks again!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsJones View Post
    Thanks so much. I'm coming from a Droid 2 and I was going to root it but I knew I wouldn't keep it and it was under warranty. My thunderbolt is not under warranty so I figured I might as well.

    Thanks again!!!!

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    Yep


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    Thanks! my first time rooting and this was super easy!
    Quick on the email responses, too.
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    I need help. I just got around to using your tool. I followed directions and put it in its own folder. I don't see the thunderbolt.bat file. I see a OTA bat file. When I click on it it just says updating and nothing happens. I try deleting everything and starting over but it wouldn't let me remove all the files from my computer. What am I doing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsJones View Post
    I need help. I just got around to using your tool. I followed directions and put it in its own folder. I don't see the thunderbolt.bat file. I see a OTA bat file. When I click on it it just says updating and nothing happens. I try deleting everything and starting over but it wouldn't let me remove all the files from my computer. What am I doing wrong?

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    I know, I'm sorry. The tool is down until Monday or Tuesday because I exceeded dropbox bandwidth limits.


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