1. Dubbayoo's Avatar
    Are there instructions for the TBH .602 update anywhere?
    08-18-2011 09:45 PM
  2. Sithlrdvad's Avatar
    08-18-2011 11:48 PM
  3. DarkSorrow's Avatar
    There's also a way to do it without having to wipe your device by SBFing.

    .602 rooted without SBF'g or wiping!
    08-20-2011 03:34 AM
  4. WAldenIV's Avatar
    There's also a way to do it without having to wipe your device by SBFing.

    .602 rooted without SBF'g or wiping!

    I can confirm that this method works perfectly as described in the original post.
    08-20-2011 12:00 PM
  5. DarkSorrow's Avatar
    I used the same method myself. Didn't feel like SBFing.
    08-20-2011 03:09 PM
  6. blaidth's Avatar
    There's also a way to do it without having to wipe your device by SBFing.

    .602 rooted without SBF'g or wiping!
    I also tried this method, used the OTA update that came to my phone.... and i seem to have retained Root.
    Now just need to see if 602 is any good ^_^
    08-22-2011 08:00 AM
  7. fka466's Avatar
    OK maybe i'm missing something but i'm on factory 602. I saw that on MDW they offer a fully stock update but they don't specify is that fully stock 602???

    I have a 340 sbf so i could go back but im curious is there a way to root factory 602 thats already installed???

    thanks
    08-23-2011 05:11 PM
  8. WAldenIV's Avatar
    OK maybe i'm missing something but i'm on factory 602. I saw that on MDW they offer a fully stock update but they don't specify is that fully stock 602???

    I have a 340 sbf so i could go back but im curious is there a way to root factory 602 thats already installed???

    thanks
    Try following the steps in the first post of the link to the MDW forums (the "update to .602 without SBF'ing" thread) after the step that calls for taking the update. Copy the superuser zip to your SD card, pull the battery, and if you then boot into clockwork recovery, install the zip file. You should then be rooted again.
    08-23-2011 07:35 PM
  9. Freakin Rican's Avatar
    I followed all the steps in the "update to .602 without SBF'ing" thread and everything went fine, have .602 and new radio everything working. I went to CWR like it is explained, installed SU and rebooted the phone. Everything went according to plan except that I'm still not rooted, what else can I do to regain root?
    08-24-2011 08:57 AM
  10. WAldenIV's Avatar
    I followed all the steps in the "update to .602 without SBF'ing" thread and everything went fine, have .602 and new radio everything working. I went to CWR like it is explained, installed SU and rebooted the phone. Everything went according to plan except that I'm still not rooted, what else can I do to regain root?
    Make sure you have the correct zip file. It's the non-binary "efgh" one.
    08-24-2011 11:51 AM
  11. Freakin Rican's Avatar
    I've checked and that is the one, not the binary. I have tried re-installing but no luck.
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    08-24-2011 12:02 PM
  12. Freakin Rican's Avatar
    How can I see and open the Superuser App but none of my apps that need root work? What am I missing?
    08-25-2011 01:02 PM
  13. Ace4's Avatar
    So I forgot about defrosting the bloat before updating, but other than that I followed the TBH instructions. After the install reboot it said "update failed", however my phone says System version 4.5.602.MB810.Verizon.en.US, altho it doesn't look like the radio updated, Baseband version BP_C_01.09.12P so I dunno. Checking for system updates says it is up to date. I guess only the radio update part failed? I lost root from the "update", but the su file restored it.
    08-25-2011 03:25 PM
  14. Dubbayoo's Avatar
    I'm confused about what else I need to try this. I'm on .596 stock rooted. I have Droid 2 Recovery bootstrap, Superuser and Titanium Backup Pro installed. Do I still need this CWR Nandroid business?
    08-25-2011 08:03 PM
  15. jerseyboy357's Avatar
    I'm confused about what else I need to try this. I'm on .596 stock rooted. I have Droid 2 Recovery bootstrap, Superuser and Titanium Backup Pro installed. Do I still need this CWR Nandroid business?
    Lol. That Nandroid business is ClockworkMod Recovery which comes with Rom manager app, a wise investment.
    08-25-2011 08:11 PM
  16. Dubbayoo's Avatar
    I didn't need Nandroid whatever. Droid2 bootstrap let me install zips by pulling the battery. I'm in bidness with root and all....GPS lock is definitely faster.
    08-25-2011 09:14 PM
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