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  1. Shaggy

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    So the time has come, I finally bricked. Coming from GB, tried SBF backing to .340 and its stuck at the Eye. Any suggestions? Im using RSD lite 4.9 if that matters and the sbf im using is VRZ_MB810_2.3.34_1FF_01.sbf
     

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    Your going to have to wipe data.... pull battery....then hold power+home (I think)....then hit the search key......scroll down to wipe data and reboot after you do that.....its what I had to do
     
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    You are the man! Thanks!
     
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    Haha....thanks....glad I could help...take it that it worked? BTW.....these phones are virtually unbrickable!
     
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    Yes sir it did, just got a little scared of that post about verizon getting all angry about rooted users. So got rid of GB and going back to liberty!
     
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    Glad you were able to figure this out. My question is how is getting rid of Gingerbread and going back to .340 and then rooting and going to Liberty any different?
     
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    That's what I was bout to ask.....rooting isn't illegal.....
     
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    Haha I saw like 3 people doing it, and was like huh...im doing it too! Don't question my methods Haha!
     
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    Did you guys see the post from P3Droid?
     
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    Yes I did, I am not too worried I am rooted and have voided my warranty and I know that. Nothing else I have done has changed my 2 year contract with them so I am not worried about it personally. That is why I was asking if you are wanting to get off Gingerbread because of this, rooting and going to another ROM is no different. I guess I just wanted to point this out.
     

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