Another Gingerbread question?

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  1. Eilrahc83
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    I'm running Liberty 2.0.1 but it's a little glitchy for me so I want to flash tbh gingerbread leak but what I don't want to do is have to sbf back to. 340 when Verizon decides to release GB for us. My question is, can I use tbh's 2.3.340 sbf in the update zip version to get back to stock when Verizon's ota GB is released?

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    Yes, I've read that tbh monster .zip can be used to flash back to stock from gb. However I;ve also read that you still have to sbf in order to reinstall the gb leak.

    So sbf is still the best choice. It's a very easy process that only takes about 10-12 min.
     
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    So I can't just flash the rooted deodexed tbh GB zip, has to be sbf'd? My problem is I only have a work PC and I need admin rights to download anything..


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    I think you have to, otherwise problems arise when Verizon pushes the download to your phone and you attempt to install.
     
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    I believe the sbf is the stock version that was released by verizon ota... I imagine this has something to do with your question.