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Discussion in 'Rescue Squad Help' started by xionglydius, Apr 29, 2010.

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    So I used rsd 4.6 to revert back to 2.0.1, then I started to make a nandroid back up but never finished, because i heard it was unnessecary since rom manager could back up and all that jazz for me. installed rom manager and tried installing different roms. but whenever i reboot i get stuck on the M screen. same with downloading, or installing from sd. So then I just hit yes to updating back to 2.1 and i had the same problem. can I rsd from 2.0.1, should i? what and i dunno any ideas?
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    Lots of details missing in your post. After using rsd to revert back to 2.0.1, how did you reroot the phone? Which recovery image where you using to do a nandroid? Did you actually stop the backup midstream as your post implies?

    etc.
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    Oh sorry, ok I used dm updater not sure what what recovery image. Ill followed drod reeviews video on youtube. Ill post links when I get home. And yea basically just quit after I entered the su stuff.

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    I did this step by step:


    then did this up to the part where you make a folder called nandroid (parts 1and 2):
    http://www.youtube.com/user/DroidReview#p/u/10/Qi2cPTaPAtE
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    Well, for now I suggest you go ahead and maybe read a bunch of threads and/or guides because I think you're getting it a bit out of whack. I have been trying to help someone else who has been relying upon video guides only and IMHO after watching them, they don't quite have all the meat a written guide does. Don't get me wrong, I think they all are a nice supplement, kind of like the frosting is to a cake.

    Then, go ahead and on your phone:
    menu -> settings -> about phone; everything from firmware version on down post exactly what it says.