Originally Posted by WhoDoo Voodoo
Instead of trying to root .621, someone made a .602 sbf that told the bootloader that it was version .622. Wouldn't that be easier than trying to find a new way to root. I'm not a programmer, but it seems like it would be easier than trying to break the code.
That would be a good idea, but the problem as i understand it is there is a signature within the SBF file that would need to be generated for any changes made. If the signatures don't match, it won't load. Also, from reading on some other forums, I have found that the SBF file itself is encrypted this time and nobody has been able to keygen it.
Might be a long road for those of us with .621, but then again, it might not. I don't have that answer yet, but like I said before, it IS kinda fun messing with it to try to regain root access....lol