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Re: Help...I tried to get cute by messing around with Honeycomb. I think I destroyed my NC

Glad you're up again. 


I don't always have time to be as verbose in every post as I can be the first time I post instructions, and many other folks can't either - it's worth digging around for "when was the first time he tried 'splainin' that?" as a rule of thumb. 


The day I got my NC, I decided I wanted Froyo installed on the internal memory.  I was down hard for a couple of days while I figured out what to do, having blown the device out in the attempt. 


To this day, my recovery image is something really screwy - I recover to stock, and I get a rooted and "OS Unknown" release of the firmware booting -- but it does boot :smileyhappy:   


One big takehome:  you now have an SD card with Clockwork Recovery installed on it.  You can always use that to click your heels and go back to Kansas.  You can also use it to make an image style backup of your OS.  I've had great luck restoring saved CWR backups from 1.1 / 1.1 rooted and getting them to boot again.


So far, not so much luck restoring 1.2.  But I think that's because my CWR card needs to be rebuilt. 

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