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Posted 28 January 2011 - 14:09
my phone now won't work
Posted 28 January 2011 - 14:35
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Posted 28 January 2011 - 14:43
Hang on, what do you mean it won't work?
When I first tried rooting my phone I had a problem where it wouldn't receive phone calls anymore. However, I could turn my phone on and get access to the menu.
If this is similar to your problem (i.e. you can turn it on and get to the menu) then try restoring your phone to the factory defaults. I did that and got the functionality back.
If I'd seen this thread where you asked how to do it, I would have warned you that it isn't necessarily a simple process. Many times it works without a problem, sometimes it doesn't. But as I've been told (and found out first-hand) just because it messes up doesn't mean that all is lost straight away.
Posted 28 January 2011 - 14:49
But rooting the phone by default doesn't touch the radio files. It grants the user access to the system (the root). And installing CFW doesn't necessarily muck about with the phones radio files (after all, they should be fine in the first place), it installs other items.
You probably require a custom radio file for that phone specifically.