Unroot/Unbrick using .sbf post from -ikithme-

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  1. Wadzii
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    I dropped mine while flashing a new kernel, the battery flew out.

    I really dont see how you can brick these things w/o doing something like what i did, the tools make it nearly foolproof
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    idk what im doing wrong when i hold up it say device not found
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    For those that are following all the instructions including not having the files on the desktop here is what worked for me. I did everything I could and it would not work on my computer.

    I took it to a different computer and it went right through.

    Now my next advice is don't make the mistake of going stock again and you will save lots of grief.
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    can someone help me i dont its reading the rsd
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    when i hit up on the d pad it connect but says no application available im guessing its not reading the rsd what should i do
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    got it fixed i love this place great fourm
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    ok i got everything working just how do i re-enable USB Debugging
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    This works 100% of the time for me even though there are easier ways of getting back to stock these days (ROM Manager) if you have totally ****ed your phone and this is the only way to go it works great!

    I do have one thing to add. The original creator of this guide (IkithME) chose to remove the guide from your site. With that being said it should NOT have been reposted it should have been linked to at most but not reposted.
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    Hmm, How could you link to a forum that no longer exists? Anybody could rewrite these simple instructions.... there is nothing special about them.
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    what does a stock 2.1 sd card have on it? which folder should be there and wat shouldn't

    going from rooted to non rooted
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    This proceedure should be followed closely. When I read this initially it went this way: Remove the battery and plug in the usb cable to the phone. Plug the phone/usb into the computer with the battery out. Start RSD lite. Hold up on the D pad(phone in landscape) and insert the battery. Select the sbf file. Click the start button and follow the onscreen instuctions.

    I have never had RSD show completed but always reach %100 and have it tell me to power up the phone manually. At this point I power off the phone by removing the battery and then put it back in after I disconect from the computer.
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    I was taking a close up picture of a huge frog with its head half out of a creek.. then I decided to prod it with my phone. It leaped, and my phone went into a quarter inch of water. I grabbed it, but it immediately was messed up (I don't have a back cover, it's long gone).

    Any more questions you wished you hadn't asked?

    No, it's a true story--I'm not just being sarcastic to make a point....
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    you can change do not use boot camp i am using boot camp and have never had a problem
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    FWIW, flashing to anything before 2.1, you will not receive an OTA update. You will have to push the most recent update to your phone.
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    Thank you!!!

    Dude, u saved me!!! My phone was screwed after a forced the 2.2 update with a broken file. Then I thought I bricked it with, what I guess, was a bad sbf file. Then I found you! I think its fixed. I am nooberfied in this stuff and had no business doing this stuff in the first place. I'm back to square one like when I got the phone, but thats better than where I was at before. Thank you.
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    It worked... wish I'd found this before I wiped the phone...
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    Thank you!!! Worked first time perfectly.
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    hahaha

    I registered just to tell the guy who posted the frog story in response to the lame question that I laughed so hard I was crying. Either it is true and it's funny as sheet or you have given the best reply ever to that type of annoying question and it is still funny as sheet. Thanks, either way, that was frickin' hysterical!!!

    FYI, pal, some of us brick devices because we like to experiment and are curious. We like to tinker with devices. No big deal, eh? Unless we are asking you to fly out and fix it for us? We are all quite aware of the possibility of bricking a toy- we like to live on the edge, take risks. It's not like it's our momma's life we're messing with. It's a gadget.

    And some of us like to get pictures of frogs after we've forced them to jump out of the water with our electronics.

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    Tonight I used this guide to flash my husband's Droid back to 2.0.1 stock, and a few minutes after he activated it and synced it he got the update box, hit Install Now, and it rebooted, installed the update, rebooted, and he had 2.2 FRG01B. All in a single update. I was too slow to try and capture the file though.

    However, I did the same with my Droid and did not get any OTA update at all. So I'm thinking I'm not 'on the list' so to speak, yet. Maybe if it's not your time for froyo, you don't even get the 2.1 OTA. Seems logical to me.

    However, his Droid doesn't show Flash in the Market, so it's nothing newer than what is already out there.
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    Outstanding!

    Great job! Worked perfectly!
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