Um... Houston, we have a problem.

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  1. dadajack

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    I think I need some professional help with my Dinc. I applied a 2.1 PB31IMG.zip to my phone, and now I am stuck in HBOOT. I have s-off, but the phone will not get past the h-boot. I can boot into recovery, but that does me no good, as I only have the one image on my sd root. Can anyone tell me how to recover forom this. Oh yeah, the .img file removed CW also. :icon_evil:
     
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    Do you have access to a card reader that can read your SD card?
     
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    Not at this time. I can buy one tomorrow though. At that point, I should be able to just rename my last nandroid to PB31IMG.zip and flash that back. I was just hoping there was an easy way to shell into the device and fix it right now. I hate that my phone doesn't work!
     
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    I asked because if you have the stock recovery image I doubt it has the option to mount your SD card so you could put something on it that way. If you can restore a backup, go for it, and hopefully tomorrow you'll be able to fix everything.
     
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