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    Possible brick?

    I have the ICS them installed on the DaleNet HTK55D.31.5.0002 OOM Rooted ROM (US HC 3.2.1). It has been a while since I done anything with my Thrive, other than the normal day-to-day stuff, I decided to unroot it in case I decided to sell it one day.

    In an attempt to unroot I failed to flash the factory Honeycomb theme and the original clockworkmod backup I took back in November 2011. I now only get to the Toshiba splash screen and it will not boot. I outlined what I did to the best I can remember below.


    1. Using the DaleNet-Thrive_10-Easy_Flash_Tool-v1.5 I followed the steps to flash the factory recovery
    2. Unrooted without flashing oritional backup.
    3. Tried to update to the most recent version through the System Station, I believe that is what it is called.
    4. Failed to update.
    5. Tried to root using the 0032 image and I think I should have choosen the 0032 OOM image. Completed the root with no errors.
    6. Installed Clockworkmod
    7. Will only boot to the Toshiba flash screen.
    8. I am able to boot into recovery, fastboot, etc.


    I have my origional factory clockworkmod backup on my SD card, but clockworkmod is unable to mount the SD card. Did I brick my Thrive or is it possible to get it working again? Any suggestions and/or comments are greatly welcomed.

    Thanks in advance!

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    if you are able to boot to recovery assuming its CM since you were rooted, then find the latest stock rom from dal's section and flash it.

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    Thanks for the reply, I have CM flashed, but I cannot mount the SD card from CM. When I try to "mount USB storage" I receive the error "E:Unable to open ums lunfile (No such file or directory)".
    Last edited by smoothride; 07-29-2012 at 07:57 PM. Reason: Additional info

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    Does it specifically state ClockWorkMod recovery?
    If so, which version?
    Is the SD card formatted as FAT32?

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    Running DaleNet Rooted ICS v4.0.4 and Turbo Prop mod

    No affiliation with Toshiba whatsoever- other than as a satisfied Thrive owner.

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    Yes, the version is 5.5.0.4 and my SD is FAT32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothride View Post
    Thanks for the reply, I have CM flashed, but I cannot mount the SD card from CM. When I try to "mount USB storage" I receive the error "E:Unable to open ums lunfile (No such file or directory)".
    Why are you trying to mount USB storage?

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    Quick test if I can mount my SD card. When I try to "choose zip from sdcard" I receive the error "E:Can't mount /sdcard/".

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    Try a different card by copying the cwm folder to it, or, copy the card's contents to the pc, do a full, slow FAT32 format, then copy the files back and try again.
    You are using a full sized card, not a micro with adapter?

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    Ok, I will try your suggestions. I had an older version of CM (4.0.1.4-DJ_steve-thrive) that I just flashed. I can now see the contents of my SD card and its contents. When I try to select my original backup from November, but I keep receiving the error "No files found". When I look at it from my PC I see all the files under the backup (zip file) I am trying to flash.

    I have a micro SD card in an SD adapter.

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    Get a full sized SD card. Most micros with adapters work poorly if at all with the Thrive.
    The old version of CWM IIRC backs up to internal memory. That's why it wouldn't see the backup on the SD card.The new version uses the external SD card, or SDcard2 as the Thrive calls it.

    I'm also thinking that you could just rerun the Dalenet Universal Flash Tool.

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    Last edited by danvee; 07-29-2012 at 08:36 PM.
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