Root SBF / RSD 4.8 Lite will not PASS

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by PeaceMaker, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. PeaceMaker

    PeaceMaker Well-Known Member
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    I downloaded froyo 2.2 SBF (I've downloaded from three different sources). Tried manually booting into the bootloader (camera button, vol down, power + battery) and that fails. It finishes then fails saying it couldn't write to RAM or something like that.

    I also tried starting it while the phone is connected to PC in PC mode w/ USB debugging enabled. Same result there.

    I am SBF'ing because my phone is acting super funky and I want to start clean. The only thing I haven't tried yet is wiping the data and cache prior to the SBF. In case this step doesn't work... what other option do I have?

    Other notes:
    I saved SBF files to a storage HD
    I am running Windows 7
     

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  2. Steven58

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    1) Run sbf from your pc's hard drive
    2) make sure there's enough room on your sd card
    3) I gotta move this to the root section.

    :)
     
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  4. dhoffman1421

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    I'd prolly do a factory reset before an SBF. SBF after if issues persist.

    What issues anyway? Define super funky...
     
  5. PeaceMaker

    PeaceMaker Well-Known Member
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    First of all, thank you for the quick responses...

    It was run from my PC's hard drive. My storage drive is internal, but I will attempt from my C drive (since I have no other options). I definitely have plenty of room on the SD card

    I am using RSD lite 4.8 already...

    I did the factory reset last night. It was fine initially, then when I rebooted, it went right to bootloader, selected restart phone from the bootloader, and it rebooted into OS. Now the weird part was that it loaded some apps i had prior to the hard reset (just some, not all); launcher pro was installed, and a few other random applications.

    Everytime I reboot, it always goes into the bootloader (but will go into the OS if I hit restart phone now from the bootloader. Really weird, I just want to start from scratch.
     

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