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Old January 23rd, 2012, 04:10 PM   #901 (permalink)
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Try installing a rom:
ROM - OTA Gingerbread 4.08


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I had a number of problems using this guide and now I think my phone is bricked. I use WinXP Pro SP3.

When I followed the guide for the USB drivers everything worked fine until I rebooted my phone. Once I did the device was no longer recognized in the Device Manager. I went ahead and installed the driver again. When using the Unrevoked tool the phone rebooted into a state where, again, the phone was no longer being recognized properly. I went back to Device Manager, installed the driver again, and the Unrevoked tool continued to operate in what appeared to be a normal fashion. Once the application said "done" I looked at my phone and noticed some command line information including an error at the bottom. I went ahead and selected the reboot from the clockwork recovery menu. The phone then began to boot over and aver again, freezing at the little red eye/camera animation. Also, instead of the "droiiiid" sound the phone just makes a rumbling noise. I have performed a factory reset from the clockwork recovery menu and also cleared data from the HBOOT menu. Nothing has changed. Now what?

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Try installing a rom:
ROM - OTA Gingerbread 4.08
How do I do that when my phone will not boot properly? I only have access to HBOOT.
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How do I do that when my phone will not boot properly? I only have access to HBOOT.
I'm dinking around with it and think I figured it out. I mounted my USB storage from clockwork and then I think I can just copy those files to my root folder and overwrite the old ones. Correct? Ty in advance!
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I'm dinking around with it and think I figured it out. I mounted my USB storage from clockwork and then I think I can just copy those files to my root folder and overwrite the old ones. Correct? Ty in advance!

correct. Download the rom to your PC and copy it your SD card when you have it mounted in recovery.
Then unmount, choose install rom from zip and your phone should boot.


Remember... press the trackball button to choose options in clockwork, not the power button.
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correct. Download the rom to your PC and copy it your SD card when you have it mounted in recovery.
Then unmount, choose install rom from zip and your phone should boot.


Remember... press the trackball button to choose options in clockwork, not the power button.
I copied the folder to my phone twice. Once after disabling MSE and redownloading. I got the following error:

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-- Installing: /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW_.zip
Finding update package...
Opening update package...
E:Can't open /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW_.zip
(bad)
Installation aborted.
UPDATE: I cleared my cache, mounted my SD and downloaded the zip directly to my phone. It has installed correctly although I'm concerned about that that says about my computer! (I've noticed it regularly corrupts zip files, this is a fresh install of Windoze.)
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I copied the folder to my phone twice. Once after disabling MSE and redownloading. I got the following error:

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-- Installing: /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW_.zip
Finding update package...
Opening update package...
E:Can't open /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW_.zip
(bad)
Installation aborted.
Could be a bad download., try downloading again and after you've copied it to your SD card, browse the zip file and make sure there are actually files in the subfolders.
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I copied the folder to my phone twice. Once after disabling MSE and redownloading. I got the following error:

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-- Installing: /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW_.zip
Finding update package...
Opening update package...
E:Can't open /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW_.zip
(bad)
Installation aborted.
UPDATE: I cleared my cache, mounted my SD and downloaded the zip directly to my phone. It has installed correctly although I'm concerned about that that says about my computer! (I've noticed it regularly corrupts zip files, this is a fresh install of Windoze.)

yeah, you aren't alone in windows corrupting zip files during transfer. I always try to download directly to the SD card when possible.
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I've restarted my phone after the ROM installation said it had finsihed successfully. It's just staying on the "HTC Incredible" loading screen now. I originally thought I was supposed to unzip the ROM folder and copy the contained files to my phone's root directory. I did this before you told me about the "Install from Zip" option. Not sure where to go from here.
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I've restarted my phone after the ROM installation said it had finsihed successfully. It's just staying on the "HTC Incredible" loading screen now. I originally thought I was supposed to unzip the ROM folder and copy the contained files to my phone's root directory. I did this before you told me about the "Install from Zip" option. Not sure where to go from here.
This has happened to a couple of people, at this point you can either try flashing the rom again, but first going go into the mounts and partition section of clockwork and format the boot partition (also do a factory reset from clockwork too) and try installing from zip again.

The next option would be to start over and try again, you can download the 2.3.4 PB31IMG.zip file and put on the root of your sd card and install it from hboot.

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http://pvillecomp.com/?page_id=22
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This has happened to a couple of people, at this point you can either try flashing the rom again, but first going go into the mounts and partition section of clockwork and format the boot partition (also do a factory reset from clockwork too) and try installing from zip again.

The next option would be to start over and try again, you can download the 2.3.4 PB31IMG.zip file and put on the root of your sd card and install it from hboot.

Can be found here:

Stock Images | PvilleComp's
So I:

1. Formatted /boot
2. Did factory reset
3. Downloaded the ROM directly to my phone
4. Checked the MD5
5. Renamed the file as suggested on the linked page
6. Got the (bad) error when attempting to install
7. Turned off Microsoft Security Essentials
8. Cleared my cache
9. Redownloaded the file, checked MD5, renamed
10. Got same error
11. Repeated 8-10.
12. Went to the other link listed on the first page of this thread
13. Downloaded, checked MD5
14. Got same (bad) error

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what error are you getting? id suggest using different usb cables and ports on your PC... all usb cables are not created equal,ive found the hard way.

i bought a used eris really cheap cause the guy could transfer anything to it and thot it was messed up. got home and tried it,and it actually caused windows to crash tried a different usb and everything was 100% fine tried that same cable with other phones in different ports,and confirmed it was the cable messing it up.
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what error are you getting? id suggest using different usb cables and ports on your PC... all usb cables are not created equal,ive found the hard way.

i bought a used eris really cheap cause the guy could transfer anything to it and thot it was messed up. got home and tried it,and it actually caused windows to crash tried a different usb and everything was 100% fine tried that same cable with other phones in different ports,and confirmed it was the cable messing it up.
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Code:
-- Installing: /sdcard/PB31IMG.zip
Finding update package...
Opening update package...
E:Can't open /sdcard/PB31IMG.zip
(bad)
Installation aborted.
I'm using a Gigaware 6' USB-A Male to Micro USB-B Male Cable. I'll try plugging it into another port and redownloading when I get back from class.
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You cannot install pb31img in recovery... it is installed via hboot.

Use the rom sdraw linked above to flash in recovery:
ROM - OTA Gingerbread 4.08
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You cannot install pb31img in recovery... it is installed via hboot.

Use the rom sdraw linked above to flash in recovery:
ROM - OTA Gingerbread 4.08
Is this how I go about flashing in HBOOT? [GUIDE] How to flash custom roms onto hboot 1.16 to 2.00. - xda-developers
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No. Pb31img is flashed by booting into hboot as described in post 1.

Download the rom I linked and flash it in clockwork revovery
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No. Pb31img is flashed by booting into hboot as described in post 1.

Download the rom I linked and flash it in clockwork revovery
I already did that and I got a message saying that the install was successful but my phone still wouldn't boot properly. It just kept hanging on the "HTC Incredible" splash screen. That's why someone then suggested that I start over with pb31img. I'll go ahead and attempt to flash it as described n post 1 when I get back from work.
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I already did that and I got a message saying that the install was successful but my phone still wouldn't boot properly. It just kept hanging on the "HTC Incredible" splash screen. That's why someone then suggested that I start over with pb31img. I'll go ahead and attempt to flash it as described n post 1 when I get back from work.
did you check the md5? after verifying the md5,did you try and reflash it after wiping data/factory reset,cache,dalvik cache? it wouldnt hurt to format boot and system as well.

its my impression that you had trouble after installing the unzipped rom,i didnt see any indications that you did the above checks and wipes after learning that you need to leave the rom zipped up.

one thing that occurrs to me if you have verifyied,and correctly wiped and flashed the rom,that you may have a bad sd card.

try and reforemat your sd card in your pc,in a card reader if possible. if you still have prollems after that,try a new sd card alltogether.
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I already did that and I got a message saying that the install was successful but my phone still wouldn't boot properly. It just kept hanging on the "HTC Incredible" splash screen. That's why someone then suggested that I start over with pb31img. I'll go ahead and attempt to flash it as described n post 1 when I get back from work.

if it comes down to flash the file in hboot,remember these rules:

-the file you use must be the version you were on or newer.
-your phone must see "PB31IMG.zip". this means simply naming the file "PB31IMG" with windows in most cases.
-your sd card MUST be FAT32. not FAT,or anything else.

boot into hboot with a proper file on a properly formatted sd,and your phone will find it and ask you to update.

i think you should put some more effort into flashing a rom. flashing the PB31IMG will overwrite your clockwork,and you put back to square one.

if you do have do have a bad SD,the PB31IMG flash may not work either. may want to stop and pick yourselk up a 2gb spare just in case the sd is the prollem.
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if it comes down to flash the file in hboot,remember these rules:

-the file you use must be the version you were on or newer.
-your phone must see "PB31IMG.zip". this means simply naming the file "PB31IMG" with windows in most cases.
-your sd card MUST be FAT32. not FAT,or anything else.

boot into hboot with a proper file on a properly formatted sd,and your phone will find it and ask you to update.

i think you should put some more effort into flashing a rom. flashing the PB31IMG will overwrite your clockwork,and you put back to square one.

if you do have do have a bad SD,the PB31IMG flash may not work either. may want to stop and pick yourselk up a 2gb spare just in case the sd is the prollem.
I went ahead and formatted my sdcard to FAT32 and was trying to flash from HBOOT but I got an "older version" error. So I went to work. When I came back I saw your post so I went ahead and redownloaded the Wildstang ROM directly to my sdcard, checked the MD5 and flashed it. This is what I got:
Code:
-- Installing: /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW.zip
Finding update package...
Opening update package...
Installing update...

Install from sdcard complete.
So far so good, but this is what I got the last time I flashed in recovery. I rebooted my phone and but it still hung on the "HTC Incredible" splash screen. I went ahead and downloaded the stock gingerbread rom from http://pvillecomp.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Images/Gingerbread-Stock_PB31IMG.zip and flashed it from HBOOT. The install was sucessfull and I was prompted to reboot my phone, which I did. The phone booted successfully for initial setup. So, now that my phone is operable again what's the best way to proceed?
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I went ahead and formatted my sdcard to FAT32 and was trying to flash from HBOOT but I got an "older version" error. So I went to work. When I came back I saw your post so I went ahead and redownloaded the Wildstang ROM directly to my sdcard, checked the MD5 and flashed it. This is what I got:
Code:
-- Installing: /sdcard/wildstang83_inc_ota_4.08.605.2_NEW.zip
Finding update package...
Opening update package...
Installing update...

Install from sdcard complete.
So far so good, but this is what I got the last time I flashed in recovery. I rebooted my phone and but it still hung on the "HTC Incredible" splash screen. I went ahead and downloaded the stock gingerbread rom from http://pvillecomp.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Images/Gingerbread-Stock_PB31IMG.zip and flashed it from HBOOT. The install was sucessfull and I was prompted to reboot my phone, which I did. The phone booted successfully for initial setup. So, now that my phone is operable again what's the best way to proceed?
Now you are back at the start... So you can try and root again if you want.

***If you get stuck at the same place try flashing this rom instead:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1260994

Before you flash it though, do a complete wipe (format the boot and system partition too) before attempting to install the rom.***
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EDIT: AFter several times taking out my battery and going through the same process, I finally got the phone to start screen with the clock

whew!....
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Thanks again for this tutorial. I ran unrevoked forever and everything has been successful. I'm not sure what the next step is. Am I supposed to enter those red copy and paste commands in the windows command prompt?

This is my first time ever doing this. I'm lost on what to do next. I would appreciate any advice.

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download unrevoked forever from here: unrevoked3 recovery reflash tool, v3.32

run it as you did the previous version. before plugging in your phone,make sure "disable phone security is checked" in the file menu. this time,it will root you,and turn the secure flag off on your radio. this is good,as it will allow you to always flash things that werent signed and approved by htc. you can flash new radios and recoveries,and flash any ruu you wish. the secure flag is in the radio,so running ruus or even accepting OTAs will not over-ride it. you will always stay s-off.

*unrevoked 3.32 note: if you check the "disable phone security" box as described above,and unrevoked still fails to turn s-off,you are not lost.simply flash the s-off tool in recovery. you can find it here: public:forever [RootWiki]

if you wish to return to where you were,sign into google,download rom manger,flash the latest clockwork recovery. boot to recovery,then restore the back you made before we started.

optionally,you can now install the custom rom of your choice,along with a new recovery and radio if you desire.

and heres what you will see when entering the commands(the red are my copy/paste's):

Code:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Users\Scott>cd c:\mini-adb_inc

c:\mini-adb_inc>adb devices
List of devices attached
HT07DHJ02777    device


c:\mini-adb_inc>md5sums mtd0.img

MD5sums 1.2 freeware for Win9x/ME/NT/2000/XP+
Copyright (C) 2001-2005 Jem Berkes - http://www.pc-tools.net/
Type md5sums -h for help

[Path] / filename                              MD5 sum
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[c:\mini-adb_inc\]
mtd0.img                                       34307be744275f1db1dd16af04c37839

c:\mini-adb_inc>md5sums flash_image

MD5sums 1.2 freeware for Win9x/ME/NT/2000/XP+
Copyright (C) 2001-2005 Jem Berkes - http://www.pc-tools.net/
Type md5sums -h for help

[Path] / filename                              MD5 sum
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
[c:\mini-adb_inc\]
flash_image                                    0098a7dd6600b55fac34fc6645be5d7a

c:\mini-adb_inc>adb push flash_image /data/local/
1547 KB/s (76044 bytes in 0.048s)

c:\mini-adb_inc>adb push mtd0.img /sdcard/
1662 KB/s (655360 bytes in 0.385s)

c:\mini-adb_inc>adb shell
$ su
su
# cd /data/local
cd /data/local
# chmod 0755 /data/local/flash_image
chmod 0755 /data/local/flash_image
# cd /data/local
cd /data/local
# ./flash_image misc /sdcard/mtd0.img
./flash_image misc /sdcard/mtd0.img
# exit
exit
$ exit
exit

c:\mini-adb_inc>adb reboot bootloader

c:\mini-adb_inc>
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-unrevoked 3.22 for mac can be found here: http://downloads.unrevoked.com/recovery/3.22/Reflash.dmg at this point youre on your own converting the adb commands. if someone wants to translate,or make a mac adb guide,ill gladly add it in
-until we put together a mac specific guide,directions for modifying the rest of it to work on a mac are found in post #629,here: http://androidforums.com/incredible-all-things-root/427344-2-3-4-root-downgrade-s-off-13.html#post3623666 courtesy of gkinsella2. mac users(and everyone else ) make sure to click the thanks button on his post!
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Thanks again for this tutorial. I ran unrevoked forever and everything has been successful. I'm not sure what the next step is. Am I supposed to enter those red copy and paste commands in the windows command prompt?

This is my first time ever doing this. I'm lost on what to do next. I would appreciate any advice.
if your hboot screen now shows s-off then youre done.

the codebox is simply for you to follow along when you were entering the adb commands and make sure you were getting the correct responses. its not a seperate set of directions.

you can now restore your gingerbread backup or flash a custom rom,watever you wish to do
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if your hboot screen now shows s-off then youre done.

the codebox is simply for you to follow along when you were entering the adb commands and make sure you were getting the correct responses. its not a seperate set of directions.

you can now restore your gingerbread backup or flash a custom rom,watever you wish to do
Thanks! Yes I went to HBOOT screen and at the top it says S-Off
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I rooted my phone a while back. My wife wants me to root hers. She got the 2.3.4 OTA, so I'm going to follow the directions to do so. My question is... will downgrading back to 2.2 wipe her phone before I can do a Nandroid and Titanium Backup?
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I rooted my phone a while back. My wife wants me to root hers. She got the 2.3.4 OTA, so I'm going to follow the directions to do so. My question is... will downgrading back to 2.2 wipe her phone before I can do a Nandroid and Titanium Backup?
You'll be able to do a nandroid before proceeding with the downgrade steps (which will wipe the phone). Just pay careful attention to the first few steps that instruct you how to replace the recovery.
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You'll be able to do a nandroid before proceeding with the downgrade steps (which will wipe the phone). Just pay careful attention to the first few steps that instruct you how to replace the recovery.
OK, then, just to make sure I understand. The purpose of the downgrade is just to be able to turn S-OFF. Then restoring the backup will bring the phone back to the previous operating system, but with S-OFF. At that point, I'll be free to flash any other ROM, correct (I'm thinking of using GingerSense for my wife)?
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OK, then, just to make sure I understand. The purpose of the downgrade is just to be able to turn S-OFF. Then restoring the backup will bring the phone back to the previous operating system, but with S-OFF. At that point, I'll be free to flash any other ROM, correct (I'm thinking of using GingerSense for my wife)?
yo are 100% correct. once you turn s-off,it will stay that way until you purposely turn it back to s-on

after the downgrade,you will be on the froyo radio as well. it may be to your advantage to update the radio back to the GB radio after restoring your GB backup. you will do this by installing it in hboot,just like you installed the dowgrade RUU(rename PB31IMG,put on sd card,boot into hboot)

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Thanks! Yes I went to HBOOT screen and at the top it says S-Off
awsome! glad it worked out for you,you are now good to go

check out the post right above this one,you may want to update your radio back to the GB radio now that you are s-off. happy flashing
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New issue. Main instructions failed, Unrevoked said the firmware was too new. Downloaded ZeroRush for the alternate instructions, but how can I do a nandroid backup when the phone is not rooted yet?

EDIT: Here's what happened. I ran Unrevoked 3.22, as the instructions said. It pushed the recovery, rebooted, then rebooted into recovery. When it rebooted into recovery, it gave me a message of "Communications with phone unexpectedly interrupted. Try again." I tried to find out what that meant, and discovered there was Unrevoked 3.32. So I tried that, and that's where I got the "too new" message.

EDIT: Got it rooted. Apparently, you need to go into File > uncheck Disable Security on Phone before you run Unrevoked 3.22. I did that and it worked!
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I have no idea what happened, but after performing these steps, I have no mobile data. No 3G or 1X, so the only way I can get data is over Wifi.

I have tried doing it all over again, and I still have no mobile data.

I have tried this with the software that is on the phone and also with 3-4 different ROM's, and none have mobile data.

Any help?
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I have no idea what happened, but after performing these steps, I have no mobile data. No 3G or 1X, so the only way I can get data is over Wifi.

I have tried doing it all over again, and I still have no mobile data.

I have tried this with the software that is on the phone and also with 3-4 different ROM's, and none have mobile data.

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May seem obvious, but have you gone into the settings and made sure mobile data is turned on? If it is on, try toggling airplane mode, if that doesn't work try running the gingerbread RUU found at PvilleComp's | Droid Incredible Resource Site <<this will unroot you but as long as you achieved s-off it is easy to root again.
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May seem obvious, but have you gone into the settings and made sure mobile data is turned on? If it is on, try toggling airplane mode, if that doesn't work try running the gingerbread RUU found at PvilleComp's | Droid Incredible Resource Site <<this will unroot you but as long as you achieved s-off it is easy to root again.
I have verified mobile data is on, updated my PRL, tried toggling airport mode.

I will try the RUU
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I have verified mobile data is on, updated my PRL, tried toggling airport mode.

I will try the RUU
A little more info (Haven't for the RUU thing yet). When I go to about phone/network it shows that my mobile network type is "CDMA - EvDo Rev. A" which shows i am getting the 3G signal, but for some reason it still doesn't show 3G in the status bar and I cannot go to any site via the browser nor can I access data from any app.
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A little more info (Haven't for the RUU thing yet). When I go to about phone/network it shows that my mobile network type is "CDMA - EvDo Rev. A" which shows i am getting the 3G signal, but for some reason it still doesn't show 3G in the status bar and I cannot go to any site via the browser nor can I access data from any app.
Could also just try flashing a different radio. You can get them from the same site I linked above.
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Could also just try flashing a different radio. You can get them from the same site I linked above.
Already tried that. Thanks

When i went to Wireless and Networks, "mobile network" grayed out and says "Turning on...". So it looks like it is just trying to work, but isn't
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Already tried that. Thanks

When i went to Wireless and Networks, "mobile network" grayed out and says "Turning on...". So it looks like it is just trying to work, but isn't
The additional modems on that link you privided are only coming accross ar 9MB files while the Froyo modem in the original post is 172MB, so I assume the ones on that link are bad
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How many steps have you completed? If you've gotten to s-off,just run the ruu. If you haven't done that,continue on with the downgrade and s-off,then run the gb ruu if data hasn't started working allready in froyo
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The additional modems on that link you privided are only coming accross ar 9MB files while the Froyo modem in the original post is 172MB, so I assume the ones on that link are bad
The 172 mb is a full system image not just the radio. Radio images are small files.
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The 172 mb is a full system image not just the radio. Radio images are small files.
lol 172mb would be a big ass radio!
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Hello,

My name is Erik, and I would really appreciate some focused help.

I have followed per your instruction and achieved a rooted droid incredible. I've flashed 4+ ROMs and have backups of each however, I am STILL S-ON.

I've loaded what I need to on the phone's SD card(formated to FAT32 remaned download). I've downloaded and extracted to my PCs (windows xp) C: drive.

Here's where my problem is. I load the command window (start: run: command)
I found in the forums to make only the C: appear in the command window type "cd .." until only the C: appears (Ive done that success fully) However, when I proceed to type in the code in the command window I get a response (Invalid directory)
I get that response every time I try..

I seriously would make cookies for you for the rest of your life if someone here could work with me on this to achieve S-OFF.

Yes, I have spent multiple hours searching the forums here and searches on google to establish and fix. Which I have not found. So here I am.

Thank you for your help,

you intelligent nerds.
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Hello,

My name is Erik, and I would really appreciate some focused help.

I have followed per your instruction and achieved a rooted droid incredible. I've flashed 4+ ROMs and have backups of each however, I am STILL S-ON.

I've loaded what I need to on the phone's SD card(formated to FAT32 remaned download). I've downloaded and extracted to my PCs (windows xp) C: drive.

Here's where my problem is. I load the command window (start: run: command)
I found in the forums to make only the C: appear in the command window type "cd .." until only the C: appears (Ive done that success fully) However, when I proceed to type in the code in the command window I get a response (Invalid directory)
I get that response every time I try..

I seriously would make cookies for you for the rest of your life if someone here could work with me on this to achieve S-OFF.

Yes, I have spent multiple hours searching the forums here and searches on google to establish and fix. Which I have not found. So here I am.

Thank you for your help,

you intelligent nerds.
If you are getting an "invalid directory" error, it means exactly that, you are attempting to access a directory (folder) that doesn't exist. The prompt needs to state the location of the folder where you have the adb folder before you start entering the commands.

Did you just extract mini adb to your C:\? Or leave it in the folder called mini adb? It should be left in a folder.

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Ok, I am not sure where to go. My phone is back to running 2.2, I have root, but I still can't get mobile data. Also, when I try to install a different radio via HBOOT, it fails and says something along the lines of that it is not a valid image. It is also S-on.

I have re-downloaded it multiple times, checked the md5, but still nothing. I am not sure what the next step to do it.
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It just gave me the prompt to update my phone, so I thought doing that would put my phone back to a state where I could start this all over again. Unfortunately, it didn't do anything when I press reboot and install. It just went back to my home screen.
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How many steps have you completed? If you've gotten to s-off,just run the ruu. If you haven't done that,continue on with the downgrade and s-off,then run the gb ruu if data hasn't started working allready in froyo
I have gone through that link, and don't see anything saying RUU, so I am not sure what that means or what to do in order to use it

EDIT: Got my phone back to stock with working mobile data using the image I found here- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1227279
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I have read through a number of these pages, but not all 19 of them!

Is the information in the first post of this thread accurate to root my Incredible?

If it is not, I think this whole thread needs cleaned up. Or the admins, etc..., whomever they may be seriously need to open a forum for this so that there is not so much info randomly thrown into one thread.

I would really like to get my phone rooted, but do not have the time to be reading through 19 pages of a thread to try and find the information.

Hopefully someone can help me out.
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I have read through a number of these pages, but not all 19 of them!

Is the information in the first post of this thread accurate to root my Incredible?

If it is not, I think this whole thread needs cleaned up. Or the admins, etc..., whomever they may be seriously need to open a forum for this so that there is not so much info randomly thrown into one thread.

I would really like to get my phone rooted, but do not have the time to be reading through 19 pages of a thread to try and find the information.

Hopefully someone can help me out.
The first few posts contain ALL the info you need. If you follow the directions EXACTLY you should not have any issues.

The other 18 pages of posts contain issues people ran into (vast majority of which are from not reading the directions) and a good number of posts are people offering their thanks for the instructions and letting us know they were successful.

So bottom line is there is no need to read through the whole thread, just the first few posts
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The first few posts contain ALL the info you need. If you follow the directions EXACTLY you should not have any issues.

The other 18 pages of posts contain issues people ran into (vast majority of which are from not reading the directions) and a good number of posts are people offering their thanks for the instructions and letting us know they were successful.

So bottom line is there is no need to read through the whole thread, just the first few posts
Thanks for joining the forums and feel free to post if you have any issues.
Thanks!

And just to be sure, this will work for my Droid Incredible
Version: 2.3.4
Baseband 2.15.10.07.07
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