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Root [Fastboot Files] 5.5.893 FXZ Leaked

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ItsASamsung, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. ItsASamsung

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    So, what is this? What does it do? Can I use it to get from 5.7.893 back to 5.5.893?
     
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    Thanks John. Will I have to re-root after reverting back?
     
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    I started flashing this and it initially failed, I am trying it again and now under "Status in RSDlite it reads

    1/22 flash mbm "allow- mbm loader-flashing-mbm.bin".

    Is this normal it also says In process under the "Result" column.Should I wait and let it work or is something not right?

    Correction: got to step 21/22 and failed
    21/22 flas webtop grfs.img
     
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    Did you apply some sort of a webtop hack? if so....

    Wait, that shouldn't make a difference, but I'm still curious if you did or not....
     
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    yes. This is fully stock. No different than buying a BIONIC today and immediately updating via OTA.
     
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    Nope. Fully stock. I finally got it to finish after 8 Re-starts. I don't know what the issue was but about. 2:30 am it went thru the entire flash process. I am back on track. Thanks John.
     
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    Here is a how to video from droidmodderx on flashing this with rsd.

    How to video
     
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    I used this method to get the wife's bionic from 5.7.893 back to completely stock. I put the phone in fastboot to do it, since I had no luck getting RSD to recognize the phone any other way. It was successful on the first attempt.

    Big thanks to all who had a part in making this available to the masses!
     
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    Well, my experience was not quite as simple as this, but I am now back on the official upgrade path.

    THX everyone for your helpful posts.
     

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