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Is there a way I can uninstall the "Revolutionary" boot loader and reinstall the original boot loader (I already reinstalled the original rom for the Android OS), when I don't have the ability to start my Thunderbolt into the Android OS? The only thing I can get it to do is load the boot loader menu. (Otherwise, it just continually restarts at the HTC logo screen.)

I need to send my phone back to Verizon (as they sent me a replacement already) and I want to ensure it's reset to factory settings so I'm not charged.
 

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How is it that you can't boot into your OS if you flashed an RUU? did you flash an RUU or a stock ROM? Are you still rooted with a custom recovery? If not, flash a custom recovery using fast boot, adb push a Pre-rooted ROM like cyanogen and flash it. Then download the thunderbolt restore tool app from the market and run it to go back to stock and s-on.

Of course it could be as simple as you forgot to wipe data when you went back to stock and that's why you're boot looping.

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