Need Some Help with my G1

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By Joe92T, Senior Member on 9th December 2010, 03:17 AM
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Whats up fellas, so i had some questions that I was hoping some of you could answer.

I have a G1 that is currently running CM6.. I beleive it has Amon Recovery 1.7 and whatever else.. Basically i jumped ship from Tmobile awile back and I now use Verizon and have a Droid X... So my old G1 is just sitting around collecting dust and being unused... It has no plan whatsoever and it has no sim card either

Since this is a little toy now and I dont care what happens to it..I was actually curious to know If i could revert it back to Android 1.0 RC19 and use it kind of like a Mini Tablet.. Obviously I have no data or sim card so I was hoping I could just use it over Wifi to check things out once and awile and I beleive that back in the old days of Android 1.0 you could get around having a Sim Card or having to activate your phone in general, and It would let you use it for whatever

How could I go about completely reverting my phone back to stock everything and back to RC19.. Android 1.0 ?? I thought their used to be a guide on Cyanogens Website of how to downgrade back to stock.. but thats since been deleted since hes moved onto the Nexus One

Thanks Guys

Right now my old G1 has CM6... Danger SPL.. Amon Recovery 1.7 and whatever else... Looking to get it back to stock with RC19 Android 1.0 Original
9th December 2010, 03:28 AM |#2  
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You should be able to use it without a sim card the way it is.
9th December 2010, 03:50 AM |#3  
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I think you would be losing some func
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13th December 2010, 07:41 AM |#4  
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Can't say I've ever tried it, but take a look at this thread.
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