OKAY I looked through several threads...General


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  1. Jshizzy

    Jshizzy Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    so don't crucify me yet... I downloaded the update, phone was off, tried both a) end button and send button, and b) volume down and end button, and all I get is a screen that has this:

    PB00100
    HBOOT-......(NUMBERS)
    MICROP-(NUMBERS)
    TOUCH PANEL-MEL
    RADIO-(NUMBERS)
    OCT 5, 2009

    HBOOT (in a blue box) >>>>"no image or wrong image" flashes down as I select this

    <SEND> Fastboot Mode
    <VOL UP> Recovery


    This is it. It does nothing. I have used 3 diffrent .zip's, some from here and some from thekrtek.com. Followed directions. Nothing.
     

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  2. RubberDucker

    RubberDucker Well-Known Member

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    I think that is where I had to hit the Vol Down for HBOOT... or I hit the Trackball to select it.... I forget which.... sorry.

    You'll notice the Oct 2009 date... once it works, it'll restart and give you pretty much the same page, but you'll notice that date changes to Feb 2010.

    That's what told me it was doing something... I just let it do it's thing.
     
  3. Jshizzy

    Jshizzy Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    where in my SD card does the file need to be? anywhere? if not how do I get it where it goes?
     
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    RubberDucker Well-Known Member

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    In the root... Top level.
     
  5. Jshizzy

    Jshizzy Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have a blank root folder...


    do I need spcial apps to open? I use Astro for SD card.
     
  6. ericDylan

    ericDylan Well-Known Member

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    root=not in a file ... just on the top right when you open it up
     
  7. Jshizzy

    Jshizzy Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok I quit. Im an idiot. waiting till ota
     
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    ericDylan Well-Known Member

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    make sure that the zip file is pb00img.zip because that was my problem for a while. i downloaded the zip file from a few different places and the one i put on my phone was pb00img(2).zip and it didnt occur to me until about an hour after i started that maybe it has to be the right name. hope it works but in all likelihood you have a different problem ... :eek:
     
  9. lgldrgdlr

    lgldrgdlr Well-Known Member

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    Here is the file that I used, worked perfectly:

    Here's the .zip file you need.

    And when the sd is mounted via phone to the computer, just go start>computer. You should see "removable disk" drive for your phone. You dont even need to open it. Just drag the .zip and drop it right on "removable disk". It'll go where it needs to.
     
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    dusthead Well-Known Member

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    when i hold Vol-Up and End, it turns on with the white screen and three android guys, then goes to a black screen with a picture of a triangle caution sign and the a phone laying next to it......then i can't do anything. i tried every button, holding, multiple presses....what am i doing wrong - i'm trying to get to recovery mode.
     
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    thenestor Well-Known Member

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    I think you need Vol-Down and End instead of Vol-Up.
     

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