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Files to get your Mesmerize back to stock 2.1 and 2.2.1

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20th December 2010, 08:59 PM   |  #1  
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Updated to include 2.2.1

#####IF YOU HAVE VOODOO ENABLED, DISABLE LAGFIX BEFORE YOU USE ODIN#####

If you are unfamiliar with how to use Odin pay attention to what you are doing. Flashing the wrong file or flashing to the wrong place can potentially be a nightmare.
*********ONLY FLASH MESMERIZE FILES TO YOUR MESMERIZE*****
*********ONLY FLASH MESMERIZE FILES TO YOUR MESMERIZE*****

First download both files if you don't already have Odin. Unzip the Mesmerize DI14 zip file or EC10 zip file. You will notice that there is a .pit file and a .tar.md5 file. You will flash both at the same time if you want to go COMPLETELY back to stock. This process will wipe all data from your phone except your phone number and anything on your sdcard.

1. Pull your phone battery
2. Start Odin
3. Click PIT and select the .pit file from the download
4. Check the PDA box, Click PDA and select the .tar.md5 file from the download
5. Plug your phone into the USB port and hold volume down
-your phone should go into download mode
6.Verify that Odin sees your phone.
-if not, try another USB port
7. Click Start

It will look similar to this.



Mesmerize Files located here:
Mesmerize 2.2.1: EE19 Full Froyo Restore Package
Mesmerize 2.2.1: EC10 Full Froyo Restore Package
Mesmerize 2.1: Full Eclair Restore Package
Odin3 v1.3 located here: Odin3



This is a stock kernel that is in a flashable zip. If you are just wanting or needing to go back to a stock kernel for some reason and do not want to flash everything back to stock, this is what you want. If you are using a voodoo kernel, make sure you disable lagfix before flashing the stock kernel.


Mesmerize EE19 kernel only: Stock EE19 kernel only
Mesmerize EC10 kernel only: Stock EC10 kernel only
Mesmerize DI14 kernel only: Stock DI14 kernel only
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20th December 2010, 09:17 PM   |  #2  
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Will this unroot or take voodoo off your mesmerize? kind of want a fresh start.
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Will this unroot or take voodoo off your mesmerize? kind of want a fresh start.

Yes to both. Just make sure you disable voodoo lagfix before you do anything.

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Yes to both. Just make sure you disable voodoo lagfix before you do anything.

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for some reason I cant disable it in the boot menu
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nice thank you, been looking for these in case of emergency
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for some reason I cant disable it in the boot menu

Just add a file to the voodoo folder on your sdcard called disable_lagfix and reboot. It should talk through the disable just like the enable.

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I'm guessing i have to be running windows to do this? I wanted to have a windows free machine. But I guess when getting into this kind of thing thats impossible.
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G'day

Great work phidelt82

I've stickied this thread as it will come in handy for a lot of people I'm sure
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G'day

Great work phidelt82

I've stickied this thread as it will come in handy for a lot of people I'm sure

Thank you sir!
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I'm guessing i have to be running windows to do this? I wanted to have a windows free machine. But I guess when getting into this kind of thing thats impossible.

Just run a virtualbox. Six months ago I thought it was great that I got away from Windows at home when I got a MacBook Pro. I thought it was perfect. Then, like you found that I still needed Windows, plus Linux... lol Sometimes you can't win for losing. So now I have a work laptop that has Windows with a Linux virtuabox and a MBP at home running a Windows and Linux virtualbox. The sad thing is, the only work I do on the MBP now, is graphics.

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