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System UID's inconsistent

Discussion in 'Thunderbolt Hacks' started by Parafly9, May 11, 2011.

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    Hey Everyone,

    So i've had my T-bolt since Day 1. I rooted it the manual way when the procedure first came out and installed Basic Debloat. It's been running fine but I wanted to upgrade the GPS recievers, etc. so I decided to try out Das Bamf 1.6 remix (from the ROM Downloads in CWM). I downloaded and installed it via ROM manager, making sure to backup and wipe data / cache prior to installing.

    It worked fine but I didn't have time to set it up so I went into CWM and wanted to just restore my previous version. Upon restore, I now get an error when booting up:

    Basically I can't launch anything. I can't run ROM manager, none of the widgets work, everything Force closes. I can't figure out how to force return to Clockwowrk Recovery, I could just go back to Das BAMF but I can't get to recover... any ideas? anyone else had this happen?
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    NM figured out at least how to get to CWM.... hold down button on volume, THEN power button. I had it backwords. Gonna see if I can restore some way now.
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    OK well wiping and restoring still doesn't work. Looks like I can't go back to where I came from. Gonna try reinstalling BAMF
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