- 08-03-2010, 02:43 AM #101
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- 08-03-2010, 10:41 AM #105
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For those who used the unrevoked3 method... you just need to follow exactly what he said above.. you have to use the SIMPLE ROOT method and then follow the procedure above.. it should work.. i never really installed a custom rom after i rooted.. cause by the time i rooted 2.2 came out which was my reason for rooting.. so hopefully that clears stuff up for those who did root using unevoked3
- 08-03-2010, 10:45 AM #106
Unrevoked3 won't let go of my phone
I followed the steps described to the best of my ability. Everytime I run the RUU (RUU_Supersonic_1.32.651.1_Radio_1.39.00.04.26_release_171253.exe) it errors with Error 140: Bootloader error. Please help! I am a total noob. I just want to return to stock so that I can use the Sprint OTA Froyo update!
- 08-03-2010, 10:55 AM #107
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you have to do the simple root.. all you do is download the file on a windows computer HERE IS THE LINK
[Program] Updated: 1 Click SimpleRoot OTA 1.47.651.1 Edition - xda-developers
download run the program and then plug your phone in with usb debugging enabled.. first click the root button then it'll do all this stuff and the command box will turn red and follow the last few lines in the command box.. once thats done let the phone load back to the normal screen (lock screen / home screen). then you hit the 2nd button which is flash recovery. that'll do some more fancy stuff.. once again you'll return to the home screen again and then follow this guide using the 1.32.651.6 version.. just like the other guy said above... worked for me..
downloading froyo currently
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re: [How To] Unroot and return to stock [RUU Method]
If you flash rvu you'll be good. As far as I know if you wipe. You can flash any Rom, even between versions.
Install the original 3.2 rvu.
Then run the original ruu
Update to your hearts content
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- 08-04-2010, 01:07 AM #118
- 08-04-2010, 01:40 AM #119
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First off, andorid newb here so be gentle
Here is the issue I am having right now. I followed toast's method of rooting my evo but would like to restore it back to stock.
I tried downloading HTC Sync (Update: i don't have any versions on my computer but would the stock version that was on my SD Card do the trick for all intent and purposes?), (which I keept getting errors on that page that you linked so if there is a mirror or some other means to download that would be great) and i have the RUU downloaded that you suggested.
If I back this up will that enable me to get the Froyo upgrade OTA?
Also i had heard that a sprint store would be able to install the update if you take it to a store. Would the be able to tell that the phone was rooted or unrooted if this method is followed successfully?
- 08-04-2010, 01:41 AM #120
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- 08-04-2010, 03:39 AM #123
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I'm at my wits end
First off, please forgive me. Obviously I am newbie, noob, ***** or whatever an inexperienced Android user is called who probably should not be messing around with rooting. I feel I have done my due diligence by reading posts on this topic (including this one several times) but just not getting anywhere. I have tried just about every suggestion but still not having any luck unrooting and getting back to stock. My goal is to bail on rooting, install Froyo and live happily ever after. With that said, here is my situation:
I have Unrevoked 3 installed
Baseband version: 2.05.00.06.10
Build Number: 1.47.651.1 CL195459 release-keys
Software number: 1.47.651.1
Is more of this type of information needed?
I started off by following the steps at the beginning of this thread. I downloaded and installed HTC Sync from the link provided (although I never noticed it doing anything during my many attempts at this unrooting). I took a guess and of the three RUUs available for download went with RUU Supersonic 1.47.651.1 Radio 2.05.00.06.10 release CL195459.exe. (matching to numbers off my EVO). After several attempts I never made it past ERROR : USB CONNECTION ERROR. I am able to connect to HTC Sync...
Next I read about installing SimpleRoot, then following the steps at the beginning of this tread using RUU Supersonic 1.32.651.6 Radio 1.39.00.05.31 release 171253 signed.exe. It looks like many have had luck this way. Not me. Hell, I am having zero luck getting SimpleRoot installed! I get to the red screen on my PC. EVO gets to a point where it is checking (PC36IMGzip) but never installs. After a few minutes it reverts back to the bootloader screen. I have tried that several times with the same failing results.
I realize I have written a novel here. But if there is any more information I can provide to get unrooted from Unrevoked3 and back to stock, please let me know.
- 08-04-2010, 03:47 AM #124
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I (along with many others) have been having the same issue for the last couple of days.
The good news is that it is possible to get rid of unrevoked. Here is a link on how to do it.
Anyone else with Unrevoked3 getting a Triangle error when updating OTA 2.2 - Android Forums
It is working great for me.
- 08-04-2010, 08:42 AM #125