Unroot/Unbrick using .sbf post from -ikithme-

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by Sam, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. madspeed

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    you hit the ... to locate the sbf file?
     
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    You'll get the ota notification. If you are rooted, accept it. SPRecovery will block the install, so no worries!
     
  3. 2amReply

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    Like many others, the software indicated a failure. After it restarted though, the Droid seemed fine on 2.0. Should I be worried on what kernel I'm on?

    How can I tell if I'm still rooted?
     
  4. Shadowsniper789

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    It wont let me start for some reason, here are the logs:
    Code:
    04/17/10 18:21:07  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    04/17/10 18:21:07  New Log Started For Software Download.
    04/17/10 18:21:12  000009dc    Phone.cpp    436    0    ERROR    Generic failure when sending command.
    04/17/10 18:21:12  000009dc    Phone.cpp    1527    0    ERROR    GetPhoneID failed: ERROR.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    436    0    ERROR    Generic failure when sending command.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    1527    0    ERROR    GetPhoneID failed: ERROR.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    436    0    ERROR    Generic failure when sending command.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    1622    0    ERROR    GetTechnology failed: ERROR.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    436    0    ERROR    Generic failure when sending command.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    1690    0    ERROR    GetSoftwareVersion failed: SendTC failed: ERROR.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    436    0    ERROR    Generic failure when sending command.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    1848    0    ERROR    GetSoftwareFlexVersion failed: ReadSeemElement failed: ERROR.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    436    0    ERROR    Generic failure when sending command.
    04/17/10 18:21:19  000009dc    Phone.cpp    1737    0    ERROR    GetDRMVersion failed: SendTC failed: ERROR.
    
    Can anyone please help? I included a picture of what it is doing, notice 'Start' is grayed out.

    -edit- I got it fixed, I just had to move the file to the root of my C:\ drive.
     
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2010
  5. J5311

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    if verizon does this to phones, is there a reason to do it in the first place? i guess just to be safe.....
     
  6. MK17

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    I can not get this to work.

    I couldnt install RSDlite from the site because it doesn't have an extension and all the one's I entered didn't work, but I found it else where

    I opened RSD and followed the directions but everytime I do it it goes to 100% and then says "waiting for re-numeration" then after a while it says it fails. I have to do a battery pull to get out of bootloader then when I plug it back in it reboots and nothing changed
     
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  7. MK17

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    nvm, I used and it worked fine.
     
  8. Tguy

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    I guess i bricked it.....it now says code corrupt cannot program. is there anywhere to go from here?
     
  9. pyrofreak

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    this doesnt work i dont have the option to start the flash when i select either one of the file i downloaded running as admin or not doesnt matter it doesnt work. im having the exact same issue as Shadowsniper789
     
  10. Traveler

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    Thanks.

    Saved my phone. Thanks so much to everyone who helped with this.

    Well Almost. Seem to have lost my Apps. But they may show up latter or not.

    Either way I can live with that.

    They are back.

    Thanks again
     
    Last edited: Apr 29, 2010
  11. KennyBerndt

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    I had this done on my Droid by a competent friend, now my 3G isnt working. I can make calls, text, but to get online I have to use the wifi. I did call *228 and reactivate.
     
  12. MrKleen

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    Have you flashed a new rom and updated the radio?
     
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