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Help!! Nandroid needed

Discussion in 'Motorola Milestone' started by kov, May 25, 2010.

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    Hey everyone-

    Well since i was a fool and didnt make a nandroid of my 2.0.1, I need someones stock 2.0.1 nandroid PLEASE.

    Either a telus, thai, or brazilian one is needed. I was trying to access the alldroid nandroid backup database as suggested by others, but the site and resources are all down and gone.

    Can someone PLEASE help me out!

    Thanks

    -Kov
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    Why dont you just download the firmware again and flash using RSD Lite if you're going back to stock anyway?

    motorola_milestone:sbf [And Developers]

    That page has the links to download all stock firmwares
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    Thanks for the suggestion. I tried doing the RSD lite method, but it keeps stating validation error when reading any sbf file. I have spent a few days now trying different versions with no success. The only other way I know of downgrading is via nandroid.
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    What's your present firmware and bootloader?
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    i think you can use rom manager and go back to stock 2.1 rooted or unrooted.I seen the option but havent tried it
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