Don't use superboot unless its for the same rom version... if you need to root, then use universal andoroot instead
Using an old superboot will only result in misery
well, everything still boots up ... and flashing the koush recovery mode didn't work for me either :-/
just when you think something is idiot proof ... along comes a better idiot ;-)
Edit: actually, Clockwork Recovery did popup from the Dell recovery when I was trying to re-apply the original 8105 as Update.pkg .. didn't see that coming
Have successfully applied a ROM from the kitchen, booting now .... nice splash screen :-)
Edit: perhaps not so successfully - stuck on the bootsplash, it blinks and loops ... guess i'll be looking at backtracking everything to some sort of stock recovery + ROM once i've had some sleep and less tired,
Edit: I've never been happier to see that O2 splash screen :-)
flashed the stock recovery back (the one available on the other thread) then applied 8105 via Update.pkg from the sdcard. no more blinking LEDs, and a working Streak, phew.
that's enough excitement for me tonight!
Edited by miker71, 03 September 2010 - 07:26 PM.