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    Finally i have found the solution for go back on 2.1.2 after use meta-script of rod...
    Based on this post Cross-Platform Meta-Doctor Guide (bypass carrier activation, etc.)
    and webosinternals documentation Application:MetaDoctor - WebOS Internals

    I have tested this on Mac OS X 10.6...



    Please understand that you proceed with the following entirely at your own risk! I do not take responsibility in ANY way for bricked phones arising from the use of the instructions below.

    Please refer to this page for information because this was the guide I used to prepare my meta-doctor for my Veer. I substituted the relevant portions for the Veer.

    In the instructions below, I assumed 'downloads' was created in the meta-doctor folder.

    Fire up terminal and copy -and-paste the commands below

    Change to the downloads directory:

    cd meta-doctor/downloads

    Enter the following command to get the AT&T Veer doctor :

    wget http://palm.cdnetworks.net/rom/veer/...p160unaatt.jar

    After the download enter the following to change the name of the downloaded file:

    mv webosdoctorp160unaatt.jar webosdoctorp160unaatt-2.1.2.jar

    Change back to the meta-doctor directory:

    cd ..

    Unpack the downloaded file:

    make DEVICE=veer CARRIER=att clobber unpack

    Copy the XML file out to to the meta-doctor directory for editing (!take care to include the period at the end of the command below!):

    cp build/veer-p160una-att-2.1.2/webOS/broadway.xml .


    Open the meta-doctor directory and you'll find the broadway.xml in there. Open the file with a text editor (right-click on the file to choose the application).

    Scroll down the and look for the section "<!-- Here is palm territory. There be dragons. -->" not far from the top of the page. Under this section, look for:

    <Section name="tokens" type="token" size="4KB">
    <Val name="installer" value="trenchcoat"/>
    </Section>

    Copy-and-paste the following between "<Val name="installer" value="trenchcoat"/> and "</Section>":

    <Val name="DMCARRIER" value="ATT" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="DMMODEL" value="P160UNA" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="MfgCode" value="" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="PRODoID" value="P160UNA" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="ProductSKU" value="FB325AA#ABA" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="SimLockDef" value="UNLOCKED" action="overwrite"/>

    The correct edit should look like this:

    <Section name="tokens" type="token" size="4KB">
    <Val name="installer" value="trenchcoat"/>
    <Val name="DMCARRIER" value="ATT" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="DMMODEL" value="P160UNA" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="MfgCode" value="" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="PRODoID" value="P160UNA" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="ProductSKU" value="FB325AA#ABA" action="overwrite"/>
    <Val name="SimLockDef" value="UNLOCKED" action="overwrite"/>
    </Section>

    Save the file.

    Go back to Terminal and enter the following command:

    make DEVICE=veer CARRIER=att CUSTOM_XML=broadway.xml REMOVE_MODEL_CHECK=1 REMOVE_CARRIER_CHECK=1 clobber all

    That's it!

    I have used the same guide of mauler and change some parts for AT&T firmware...

    You need to doctor again with a virgin AT&T firmware after the conversion process.

    Let me know if working also for you... and i hope Rod create a script for newbie user to go back.

    Thanks again mauler for guide and webosinternals for documentation..
    Last edited by wMarck90; 02/21/2012 at 04:29 AM.
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    I think attached Makefile would do the trick. I took the 2.1.2->WR one and pretty much reversed the steps. Please test and let me know the results
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    att 2.1.2 installing now...thanks guys
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    att 2.1.2 installing now...thanks guys
    Using the Makefile or manual steps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herrie View Post
    Using the Makefile or manual steps?
    I couldn't figure out the makefile, so I did it manually.

    The created Doctor ran okay - but the phone wouldn't boot, I has the glowing HP logo but then it would flash and keep glowing. Stuck the official att on top and all was well.....

    Still the phone app is crap. Got to work this morning and called my phone from my desk, straight to voice mail!

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