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I think I killed my phone.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by HyperM3, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. HyperM3

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    Well, it all started with me trying to transfer things over from my N1 to the Atrix.

    I was using the same SD card swapping back and forth. I had some issues with trying to download apps to the Atrix that I had before on the N1. The phone wouldnt recognize that the apps were transfered to the SD card previously so I just redownloaded them. I soon had way to much crap on the SD card and couldnt figure out what what for what app and if that app was even on the phone anymore. I then created a new folder on my desktop, for backup, and put all the crap from the SD card in there and then reformatted it.

    So, I tried to unroot my phone and I thought it worked. When I did a factory reset, I saw that all the internal storage was all the same with tons of crap files and ring tones and even my font was new font I had before. Soooo, I did an internal storage reformat.

    Now, I cant get SuperOneClick to find my phone to root it again. It just keeps going to Waiting for device and then (Not Responding). WTF??? Also, yet again, the appmarket didnt recognize me so Im going to have to redownload every friggin app individually.

    Now I dont know what to do. I cant root my phone anymore so the phone isnt being recognized by the computer.
     

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    Ok, finally got SuperOneClick recognizing my phone. However, when I run the "shell root" to test it, I get a pop up saying "Device has a temporary ADB root! Reboot your device to remove it".

    Ive rebooted twice and still get this same pop up error, what does it mean?
     

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