NEED HELP! Rooted My Phone OK! Removed Apps, Now Getting Errors


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  1. alx886

    alx886 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi Everyone,

    I need some help, I was able to root the phone and I was able to remove some apps, specifically I wanted Motonav gone, and I was able to do it but then I got greedy and I think I removed too much and now I'm getting the following errors:

    When I go into my contacts and click call log, i get the following error:

    The process android.process.acore has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again [FORCE CLOSE]

    I have wiped all data off the phone completely, after I setup my google account, I get the following error

    The process com.google.process.gapps has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.
    [FORCE CLOSE]

    Unfortunately, being new, I did not create a backup, I'm wondering if there's anyway that I can put the full stock software with everything back on the phone? Is there anywhere I can load that?

    This is a Telus Milestone, unlocked, running on Rogers with 2.1.

    Thanks for all your help, very much appreciated.
     

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  2. fejker

    fejker Well-Known Member

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    If anyone has a nandroid backup of the same setup (Telus - Rogers), then you can restore it. Otherwise you need to flash a SBF or a different nandroid backup.

    Next time, do a proper backup before getting greedy. :)
     
  3. alx886

    alx886 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for getting back to me. I found a site with all the firmwares and was able to find the telus one (non service) and reflash the phone, good as new, my root is gone but I can get it back anytime, I just won't bother for now. I was just scared that I had bricked my phone.

    Next time I want to mess around with it I'll back it up first or make sure that I have the firmware on hand to restore. Lesson learned children.... don't be greedy!
     

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