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  1. vgp

    vgp Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Sup fellas! If any of you guys who have stayed stock can post the info System info or a screen shot or something I would appreciate it!

    I Rooted then updated and have now gone back stock, but my ADD wont let me rest until in know I back to "out of the box" settings. Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. DizkoDan

    DizkoDan Well-Known Member

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    You aren't gonna get a screenshot, since you can use any screenshot apps without root ;) If you followed the proper instructions, you would have wiped everything with a 2.1 image. Shortly after booting it, you should have gotten an OTA update, that had some minor fixes. If this happened, you are definitely back to stock.
     
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    vgp Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I has hoping to get a screen shot through the longer method ( that program's naem slips my mind ) or someone just writing the info down for me

    I did everything as directed and I didnt get an update at boot, but everything looks back to stock. Its runnging the 2.1update1 now.

    Its the A.D.D. im telling ya, but it bothers me.

    Here is what I have:

    Firmware version
    2.1-update1

    Baseband version
    1.00.03.04.06

    Kernal version
    2.6.29-cc1c2268
    htc-kernal@and18-2#1

    Build number
    1.22.605.0 CL161493 release-keys

    Software number
    1.22.605.0

    Browser version
    WebKit 3.1

    PRI Version
    1.28_002

    PRL Version
    51920

    ERI Version
    5



    JUST CONFIRM PLEASE...lol
     
  4. DizkoDan

    DizkoDan Well-Known Member

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    That looks stock to me. Though I don't have a stock phone to compare to, I just did a quick search on the kernel & software version. Already knew the baseband was correct.
     

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