SBF to root and to unroot

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

  1. guidot

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    ok. That is only if you are trying to flash ese81 file. Which you shouldn't be doing. You can sbf back to stock with a frg22d full file which you don't have to worry about an incorrect kernel.

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    Ok, just so you understand what I'm doing. When I first purchased my phone it was stock 2.1 I then a rooted to a 2.2 phone. I unrooted due to OTA problems. I know have a stock unrooted 2.2 phone. I now want to go back and put SBrecovery back on. The last time I did this I only time I recall having to use the Dpad up key was when I first conntectd to use RSD lite. Im re reading this and I see there is a place in the instructions where I have to do this a 2nd time during the install. Is this a change due to I'm now doing this from a 2.2. phone instead of a 2.1 phone. I hope I'm making sense here.
     
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    Go to link 2 in my signature. Follow it. You are now rooted. Congrats.
     
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    Is there any way to update the files using terminal emulate? My phone is in bad condition. The recoveries do not show up on mu screen. I can connect to the RSD but I cannot see anything on the phone. The only thing the phone does is reboot on the home screen.
     
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    There are several things this guide tells you how to do Root, unroot, etc. with different box options. Please tell us which box option you're working with and where exactly it's failing.

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    ok so i cannot get my phone to show up in the rsd... i have tried going to the options and nothing happens... what show i try next?
     
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    I am sure you ahve installed the correct drivers, right?
     
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    If I use the SBF, does it replace SP Recovery with the stock recovery?
     
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    Yes. Complete restores to factory 2.2 out of box condition.

    Sent from my GimpDroid (Installed by RZR).
     
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    Trying to go back to original but the FRG22d sbf is not working.
     
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    A little more information. How is it not working? Is RSD Lite 4.6, 4.7, 4.8, or 4.9 not flashing it on or what?
     
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    Sorry about that. My computer is saying that the "archive is either damaged or in unknown format." This is the SBF that I downloaded from that site on the beginning of this thread.

    My phone is showing up in RSD and everything. The sbf file is not showing up in the ... box because the zipped sbf file is not working.
     
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