SMS Temination Denied


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  1. ToreUpFrmDflorUp

    ToreUpFrmDflorUp Member This Topic's Starter

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    :mad: I am one of those that went stock and received the OTA Froyo update to 2.2. I followed the guide of the root exploit and got it working. I have Titanium backup and ROM Manager both the donate version and was trying out some ROM. I tried Fresh and FROYO Rom then went back to stock with root...or so i thought. I have been using stock with root for about a day now until i had to use SMS text messaging and it gave me an error of "SMS Termination Denied" when i clicked on the details it said SMS Error
    Cause code : 98
    Error Class : 3

    Help!

    Here are my software information:

    Android version
    2.2

    Baseband version
    2.15.00.07.28

    Kernel version
    2.6.32.15-g746f4f0
    htc-kernel@and18-2 #58

    Build number
    3.26.651.6 CL218634 release-keys

    Software number
    3.26.651.6

    Browser version
    Webkit 3.1

    PRI version
    1.40_003

    PRL version
    60670

    Thanks for you help.

    PS...how can i go back to stock and start all over again?:eek:
     

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  2. tsipa

    tsipa Well-Known Member

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    To go back to stock you have to run the RUU. Did you remember to wipe before flashing?

    Edit: I see that you are using ROM manager, meaning you have the clockworkmod recovery. I heard that it does not wipe properly. Try using Amon's RA instead.
     
  3. ToreUpFrmDflorUp

    ToreUpFrmDflorUp Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is this the right link to go back stock?
    [ROM]RUU_Supersonic_1.32.651.1_Radio_1.39.00.04.26 - xda-developers

    I used ROM Manager to install Fresh and it asks for option of wipe cache and all but i think i forgot to wipe before i went to stock root. Is there any other way of recovering without going back stock?

    I think i still have full root because when i tried to open an adb shell it gives me the # instead of $. Is that right?
     
  4. tsipa

    tsipa Well-Known Member

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    Yea dude, don't worry you don't have to go back to stock. Use titanium backup to preserve all of your apps and settings, then wipe and reinstall the ROM that you want.
     

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