Way around the model ID 100 error...but still not out of the
I don't think that is going to help you.... I have the same problem.
I am stuck in bootloader mode (1.06 is the new version).
things I have noticed about this bootloader (as I have spent lots of time with it...))
1. The Password BOOTLOADER is enabled on many of the commands (I understand it was not on the earlier versions) in this new version.
2. I have a bunch of XIP roms and even a few NB0 roms, and I cannot just "lnb" or "l" them over as they want start addresses and the lot (defaults do not work for either.
3. As I have access to another XDAII in the morning, I have not tried to erase the ROM on my device with the erase command. Even though I think that will solve the problem, I don't dare tempt fate again.
3a. A way around the Model ID error is to cold boot, or reset at just the right time in the upgrade program (this is when the device shuts off - or goes blank). This will then fake out the upgrade program and it will continue. However, with my problem, I get stuck at the first step of "erasing ROM". IT apparently times out as it is unsuccessful and gives you an error reading something like "there was a problem -- reset and try again" Since my problem is self inflicted (I upgraded but deleted the Radio stack and OS from the temp directory -- something the instructions tell you never to do --> but red letters or bold typing that little fact in the instructions may have helped me not to miss it!!)
3.b Maybe this info would help others in the same boat -- maybe not.
4. I am convinced that the problem is related to the new bootloader version and if I could down grade it, all would be well. But I am not that brave - would rather wait to D2S a good ROM from a good XDA2, then gamble further.