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[Ruu] Stock (Sept 19 2011 OTA) 4.08.605.3 unsigned

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abqnm

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 11:46 AM #31

You're welcome. Good luck and have fun!
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fixxxer2012

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Posted 17 December 2011 - 09:01 PM #32

sorry to bump this thread but after i downgrade to froyo and do s-on with the unroot method can i flash this via hboot to upgrade to gingerbread before i ship back to verizon or should i just take the OTA via the phone?
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fc127

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Posted 17 December 2011 - 09:08 PM #33

sorry to bump this thread but after i downgrade to froyo and do s-on with the unroot method can i flash this via hboot to upgrade to gingerbread before i ship back to verizon or should i just take the OTA via the phone?


You can't flash this with s-on... Just take the ota. Or don't. What do they care if you have allowed the ota??

Sent from my DInc2
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fixxxer2012

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Posted 17 December 2011 - 09:28 PM #34

I found a ruu to flash for gb on android central. Yes i told them i was on gb.
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abqnm

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Posted 25 January 2012 - 02:38 AM #35



Requires s-off to flash, ment more for rom devs.

Length Date Time Name
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585104896 2011-09-20 03:57 system.img
3774720 2011-08-30 03:59 recovery_signed.img
30126064 2011-08-30 03:18 radio.img
1048576 2011-08-30 03:54 hboot_0.98.0000.img
2785536 2011-08-30 03:59 boot_signed.img
75 2011-08-30 03:59 android-info.txt
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622839867 6 files


This is not signed, I may upload the signed one after revolutionary has been updated to support it.

85d710fd9279a3764f70a7a821cb1584 PG32IMG_RUU_Vivo_W_VERIZON_WWE_4.08.605.3_Radio_1.09.01.0722_unsigned.teamandirc.zip

http://www.multiupload.com/P5PQPMGKRE


jcase, I was wondering if you happen to have the signed version of this update? I am trying to help someone restore their incredible 2 to stock (done) but they are stuck on 2.3.3 and off the update path since there was another released in December and so it won't find the software update OTA. I will need to do this to my Incredible 2 very soon as well. If you have it, I would appreciate it very much if you could upload it and link it here or PM me a link. If not, no worries.

Thank you, sir.

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fc127

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 05:22 AM #36

***LOCKED*** in pink does not mean s-on, it means the unlock key hasnt been used on the device. Not something to worry about at all. you can be ***LOCKED*** with radio s-off. ***UNLOCKED*** is more or less like hboot s-off, but having radio/real s-off it is not a concern. Who cares if your bootloader is locked if you have radio s-off, you can do what you did and reflash the eng hboots.


Does Verizon need to see ***LOCKED*** for a warranty replacement? Or is S-on good enough?
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jellybellys

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 02:47 PM #37

Does anyone have this? Multiupload is down :(
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Liarsenic

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 02:56 PM #38

Does Verizon need to see ***LOCKED*** for a warranty replacement? Or is S-on good enough?


Just from my experience I've sent in a phone completely rooted and everything and they replaced it no questions asked. That's just me though so i don't know if they do every phone the same way or not.

Sent from my Sabotaged Droid Incredible 2.
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abqnm

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 03:12 PM #39

Just from my experience I've sent in a phone completely rooted and everything and they replaced it no questions asked. That's just me though so i don't know if they do every phone the same way or not.

Sent from my Sabotaged Droid Incredible 2.


True. You risk issues, but they can really only deny the warranty if they can prove that the fault was caused by the modifications you made. So if your volume button breaks, they can't blame that on rooting. If your processor starts smoking every time you turn it on, you may be more likely to be blamed. At any rate, stock is the best.
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abqnm

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 03:21 PM #40

Does anyone have this? Multiupload is down :(


Uploading now. Will post a link in a bit. The free filesharing sites that take big files are growing a bit thin as of late... I like using mediafire but this won't fit. So minus it is, but that will take about a half hour even with my 10MBps upload speed...
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