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Bricked. Soft or Hard? SOS, PLEASE HELP.

Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Hacks' started by jvanekel, Jan 19, 2012.

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    Ok, so I used P3droids bionicpathsaver to get back on the upgrade path from the leak and then to .901, BUT I lost root and for some reason I also lost my stock camera/camcorder which was rather frustrating. So I tried to use R3l3AS3DRoot to get me back to stock(which was probably a really stupid mistake) and now I'm stuck in fastboot telling me I'm a failure(not quite, but thats how I read it). I'm about to try to restore it with RSD Lite, UNLESS someone has a suggestion for me, or can point me in the right direction. Sorry for the newb question, but the information on this is pretty scattered. I miss my X...when things were simple.
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    Use rsd
    That should fix your phone
    It works for me every time
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    RSD did not work. BUT as a last resort, I re-tried the Bionicpathsaver and it pulled me out of fastboot. FINALLY I'm on rooted .901 with all my sh*t intact. Hope this might help someone else somewhere along the way.
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