fastboot oem rebootRUU
It may help your device flash the nbh file!
About the recovery issue (This is only on SOME systems!):
In /system/recovery.img there is a full copy of everything that is loaded on the recovery partition. This file is automatically flashed onto the recovery partition every time you shut down. That means two things: 1. Any changes you make directly to the recovery partition gets blown away on reboot and 2. If you want to change the recovery partition you're probably better off just sticking the image in /system/recovery.img and rebooting.
So to fix this problem you have to rename the custom recovery file to:
then make sure it's on /system/recovery.img.
su mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system mv /sdcard/recovery.img /system/recovery.img
su mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system rm /system/etc/install-recovery.sh
SAPPHIRE PVT 32B SHIP S-ON G HBOOT-1.33.0013 (SAPP30000) CPLD-10 RADIO-2.22.27.08 Oct 21 2009,22:33:27
SAPPHIRE PVT 32B ENG S-OFF H HBOOT-1.33.2010 (SAPP30000) CPLD-10 RADIO-2.22.27.08 Jun 2 2009,17:27:03
Every time I try to change my SPL to an engineering one I soft-brick my phone, and I have to flash the 1.5 android SAPPIMG.nbh image to get it back. I followed the steps to the letter, but to get the custom recovery image I used the previous post to get the custom recovery image (so I wouldn't have to delete install-recovery.sh).
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