Droid 2 bootstrapper and Gingerbread

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    I apologize if this has already been answered.
    My question is can I use the bootstrapper on the gingerbread 2.3.3 to do a nandroid backup then be able to sbf back to froyo if needed? I keep hearing that the bootloader is locked on the latest build, is this true? and if so then what does that mean?
     
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    The answer is yes. Look in the d3 forums for more info on rooting GB. Bootstrapper works the same



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    Bootloader being locked means we can't push unsigned software (custom recoveries) directly to the phone though methods like sbf. I proved that personally, caused a critical error on my device, which wasn't so critical. Otherwise, you can still sbf back as always.
     
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    Thank you that makes sense now. So I can still sbf to 330 if I want to.

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