Originally Posted by crazyvash1
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2358738 this was the guide *Remove red warning from boot screen + custom hboot: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2316726 thats where things got messed up i pushed the FUU and flashed it thats where things got messed up. the phone is s-off Hboot-1.55.0000 and the os-1.20.401.1(3.10.502.2)
im guessing i screwed up and rushed things i just figured i would post as a last resort and get outside input before i decided if i should send it in as is send the new one back or what lol i appreciate any help.
you should check this post before going any further
I don't know what you mean by I pushed the FUU and flashed it. do you mean you flashed firmware?
If you flashed a custom hboot with no red text you will brick the phone when you lock the bootloader.
Don't lock bootloader !!
Use this tool to remove Tampered and set to Locked
at this point just flash the AT&T RUU
and see where your at.
From the Guide you linked
Before you can proceed with the 2 following threads for removing Tampered and then Locking you need to have Superuser installed. There are links to how to do this in each thread. You can also use this toolkit. Just remember to delete the SuperUser and busybox apk if installed before you return the phone.
2. - First remove the Tampered Flag. Instructions are in this thread
3. - Second Lock the bootloader. Instructions are in this thread
The older REVONE commands/instructions for Tampered and Locking:
Now since you had to install SuperUser to perform the previous 2 steps make sure you unroot by deleting the Superuser.apk and busybox.apk (If installed) from the /system/app folder and also the su binary from /system/xbin on your phone.
If you ran a RUU your systems firmware and software is all reset back to stock. If you restored via Stock ROM reset or Nandroid you should be running the stock software but it could be on non stock (version mismatch) firmware.
In either case your bootloader should display Locked and no Tampered just like out of the box. Now all that’s left is to S-On. To do that issue this fastboot command:
Done - device should be just like it was out of the box with no indication of any modding.
*******I am not responsible for any problems you encounter. I am simply informing you of what is needed to complete a restoration to Stock. Read all steps and commands carefully and perform them in the correct order.********