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Just go to the Team Black Hat W/S and buy the App for $2.99 and your set, No need to SBF back to Froyo, Go from Rooted and Bootstrapped GB to Virgin GB in a FLASH!!! This would be the perfect way to thank P3 for his hard work, I know you'll agree!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:wink2:
 

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"BBEvolution said:
Just go to the Team Black Hat W/S and buy the App for $2.99 and your set, No need to SBF back to Froyo, Go from Rooted and Bootstrapped GB to Virgin GB in a FLASH!!! This would be the perfect way to thank P3 for his hard work, I know you'll agree!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:wink2:
That is not an accurate description of what the AIO does or is used for.

The AIO is used to flash rooted gingerbread on the x2 without sbfing.

Example:
You're running a froyo ROM, before AIO you'd have to sbf to froyo, root, bootstrap, then update with the preroot. NOW only need to boot into custom recovery and flash the AIO.

This makes it quicker and easier to switch between certain ROMS too. If a ROM requires you to be on a un altered preroot gingerbread before flashing, you would again have to sbf, etc... Now you can instal a clean, complete, rooted gingerbread no matter what your current setup is, as long as you can access custom recovery.
 

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Did you mean that it was one of the benefits, because you state the same thing in your post and now you are elaborating, or are you saying my post is nonsense and I should stop smoking crack!!!!! LOL :_con:
 

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You said "go from rooted and bootstraped gingerbread to virgin gingerbread"

1) I don't know what virgin means in this case, but it sounds like you're saying stock.

2) it can only be used if you're rooted and bootstrapped.

It's main use is unlike the regular pre root gingerbread, you can flash this to get to preroot gingerbread without having bloat ware intact. In other words it's useful because you don't have to sbf if you're missing bloatware.

I really don't know how better to explain it.
 
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