SBF to root and to unroot

Discussion in 'Tech Guides for root users' started by christim, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. christim

    christim Super Moderator
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    Teddy,
    re: unroot-your-droid-without-rsd-lite on your site.
    "Method 3" is what I used because I don't have RSD Lite where I am at right now. The steps missing would be that you still need to hold down the X key before hitting the power button. Then you can proceed with the volume button up + the camera button steps.

    I ended up in needing the update.zip for stock FRG22D because I sbf'd to 2.01 (which I had handy on my computer) and the phone didn't want to find any updates for an OTA for me. I'm swapping the phone for a replacement today.

    The MasterFRG22Da5e329b00288.signed-voles-ota-50454.zip renamed to update.zip worked like a charm. I'm back on stock 2.2
     
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    Thanks alot I will definitely try this as soon as I get home
     
  3. teddyearp

    teddyearp Senior Member

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    Thanks Chris. My guide is a bit different as I have the user boot into recovery at the top of the guide so that they can determine then which of the three methods they need to use. It's in the second set of numbered steps at the top. As it was:
    So I will now change it to reflect your recommendation. Thank you very much and glad it worked for you. My guides exist because of all the info I gotten here and everywhere else; but mainly so that any potential future loss of info due to personality conflicts doesn't happen, i.e. the old alldroid.org, sholes.info/droidmod.org, even the old rootyourdroid.info, etc. I am the only one, so how can I get an attitude towards myself? hehe.
     
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    does anyone know of anything like the box option 6 i can use to get a samsung fascinate back to stock? or box option 5?
     
  5. furbearingmammal

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    You can't use SBF files to get a Samsung phone back to stock. RSD Lite only works on Motorola phones and stock SBF files are Motorola images.
     
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    ok, well is there any well tested procedure known for getting a samsung back to stock with the same outcome (no signs of root)? I've tried using ODIN to flash on a stock image but it failed
     
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    Try to keep your questions to one thread. We can't be everywhere always at once, and reply instantly. I see a thread in droid hacks and one in the samsung area, and I thought I saw another one elsewhere last night? or maybe it was someone else.

    good luck
     
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    WOOHOOO, worked! Fixed my scrolling issue, where buttons kept being clicked and such when screen was lit... THANK U!!!
     
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    When you revert back to stock with the FRG22_update, does it revert the kernel back to stock? I have lost some touch input on my screen and have to do warranty replacement. I want to make sure I do not have any problems. Thanks for the guidance.
     
  10. furbearingmammal

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    It puts EVERYTHING back to stock. It's like opening the box new, only with fingerprints, that sticky spot that still tastes like raspberry jam no matter how many times you've wiped it off, that scratch you still don't remember putting on it, and the ding from when you dropped it down the stairs. ;)
     
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    When I installed the update, my background screen remained as it was prior to the install. Any reason for this, or did my install not fully take, or did I make a mistake somewhere along the way?
     
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    What update? This is SBF/RSD Lite we're talking about. :)
     
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