Bell's Galaxy S2 I9100 Bootloader
I got a Bell Galaxy S2 I9100. In Canada, it's I9100M. I have the CWM Backup, the factory firmware and kernel .tar files for ODIN.
Recently, I upgraded my firmware to the new XXKI4 which installed the new bootloader. Now when I get to the Downloading screen, it will show that the product is I9100 and not I9100M which it showed before the upgrade. As well, the bootup screen will say I9100 instead of I9100M.
I tried to do a restore with the CWM backup as well as a firmware flash to the original factory firmware however, the Downloading screen and the bootup screen still shows I9100. From this, I assume that this is because the bootloader was updated to the I9100.
Is there a way for me to restore my bootloader, thus restoring what it was before? The reason I ask is because I bought this phone at Futureshop with a 3 year warranty and I want to restore the phone back to stock as possible.
I do have some friends with the same phone. Is there a way for me to get the bootloader off their phones and restore it to mine?
Thanks in advance!