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  1. Cheeseter

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    Hello all, I just rooted my Thunderbolt and I have a question. I installed a debloated stock rom, but the wifi is broken. I was wondering how I can flash to the stock rom my phone came with. Alternatively, if anyone has a good stock sense rom, I would be happy if you can post it! Thanks for the help! :)
     

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    after you rooted your phone, did you make a backup of your stock-ROM?
    you would have probably done this using something like RomManager>BackUp Current Rom

    you can check by going here
    app drawer>Rom Manager>Manager & Restore Backups>does any backup name show up (default backup name is "year.date.time stamp")?
    if one does show up & it is your Stock Rom, then simply tap that name & your phone will reboot and begin re-installing that backup.

    as for a good stock sense ROM--i love DasBamf 1.7; it was awesome. super fast, stable, debloated & all of the patches you can flash on top of it make it really efficient. it was the first Rom i flashed & the amount of patches available for it on xda are numerous (notification bar toggles, color themes, rosie alterations, etc)
    check it out here
     
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    No, it seems that I didn't make a backup.. But that DasBamf 1.7 is it a stock sense or stock?
     
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    it's a Sense-based ROM on froyo. so it has HTC's UI on top of Froyo.

    remember to always make a backup of your Stable ROM--it'll save your life! any Rom you flash--once you get it how you want it & it's stable, back it up! it'll really come in handy when those "oh crap" moments happen & you need to revert to something stable after flashing a bad ROM

    some people don't like Sense, i love it. coming from Samsung--blagh, Sense is a welcomed UI.
     
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    also, here's a full list of
    stock-Sense ROMs
    stock-deSensed ROMs
    & kernels

    provided by XDA
     
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    Thanks man, I found a stock ROM and backed that up. Will try Dasbmf, looks pretty good :)
     

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