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Old April 5th, 2012, 07:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm new here and I SCREWED up my phone. I installed a "Pre-Loaded Kernel" root on my phone and I know it was working... But the phone has battery issues and I need to RMA it but I need help! When I put the device in download mode I noticed it says "Custom Binary download, Yes (1). Current Binary: Custom" in the upper left part of the screen. Also, the devices original At&t rethink possible screen is now a flashing logo of the word Android.


Any ideas? I need to get this back but I can't obviously return it in the condition that it's in. Any help would be awesome thank you!


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Hi guys,

I'm new here and I SCREWED up my phone. I installed a "Pre-Loaded Kernel" root on my phone and I know it was working... But the phone has battery issues and I need to RMA it but I need help! When I put the device in download mode I noticed it says "Custom Binary download, Yes (1). Current Binary: Custom" in the upper left part of the screen. Also, the devices original At&t rethink possible screen is now a flashing logo of the word Android.


Any ideas? I need to get this back but I can't obviously return it in the condition that it's in. Any help would be awesome thank you!


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[STOCK ODIN] [AT&T, TELUS, Bell, Rogers] In case of brick... - xda-developers

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And all of this:

[REF] Start up guide for rooting, recovery, ROMs, de-brick, and tether updated 04/26 - xda-developers

Somewhere in the the first post is a way to reset the binary flash counter.
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I got the file loaded into Odin, but per the instructions the phone must be in download mode, but everytime I try to put the phone in download mode it goes into recovery? Can I flash through Odin while in recovery?
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Ok I was able to get into download and flash the stock file from odin, but the instructions also say that it may be necessary to do a factory reset too. What will I loose if I do a factory reset? All I really care about is my contacts... Will I loose those?
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Ok I was able to get into download and flash the stock file from odin, but the instructions also say that it may be necessary to do a factory reset too. What will I loose if I do a factory reset? All I really care about is my contacts... Will I loose those?
not if they are backed up to your google account.
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I am currently rooted and would like to unroot my phone.
I have my original ROM backed up, and this is what I am currently using

My question is, my phone currently says CSC:LA2(ATT)
If I use SuperSU to completely unroot my phone, will this affect anything the fact that it is on the (ATT) firmware?
Do I need to flash my firmware back to Bell before doing anything?
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I wouldn't turn in a bell note loaded with att firmware.....
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