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    tried to unroot and may have bricked it

    I used the new easy flash 2.6 tool to unroot and during the reboot process it hangs at the toshiba spash screen. I am still able to get to fastboot, external sd, etc.. While choosing fast boot protocol it will just hang again on the reboot. At first I though it was an ADP issue now Im not so sure. Clockworkmod is now removed so thats not an option.

    Anyway to get a stock image off an SD card. It will let me get that far.

    Well, any ideas on how to climb out of this hole?

    Thanks

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    Yep...
    PM dalepl and ask if he would reflash your Thrive.
    Assuming no hardware issues, that should fix it.
    ~Dan


    Running DaleNet Rooted ICS v4.0.4 and Turbo Prop mod

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    Quote Originally Posted by danvee View Post
    Yep...
    PM dalepl and ask if he would reflash your Thrive.
    Assuming no hardware issues, that should fix it.
    I will try a PM to him, Thx

    I was able to verify the ADB drivers work by connecting up to another thrive.

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    Fast boot is a mostly blank screen that dosnt change, so it may appear like it hung up, but its doing what it should. You can recover if you have fastboot, you can flash back cwm then flash a ROM again, then if you want you can unroot again. If you care to try I'll help you out with that method.

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    Well after trying and trying using the easy flash and trying the old flash tool with DOS based ADB commands it doesnt see it now. It was rebooting and hanging and now wont even reboot. All the ADP drivers work, I hooked up my wifes thrive and unrooted and re rooted that just to make sure the problem wasn t on the PC.

    Its going to take some one with more

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    Back to dalepl.....
    ~Dan


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

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    Quote Originally Posted by danvee View Post
    Back to dalepl.....
    Yup that'll need reflashed if fast boot is gone.

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