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m_kylli
After trying Angstrom with Opie on my SL-C3200, I decided to go back to cacko. I started by doing a nand restore with systc320.dbk.
I then tried to enter single user mode using the d+b trick only for nothing to happen, no SHARP screen, nothing.
I figure OK, lets try flashing cacko anyway. So i start it while holding OK, choose option number 4, choose SD and choose Y.
The screen turns black and nothing happens.

Does anyone have a solution? Could the systc320.dbk be corrupted and still go through the restore? Anything? sad.gif
Capn_Fish
I'd suggest you try redownloading all of the files (install, backup, everything) and then try the whole process over again. If I had to guess which file was the issue, I'd guess it was the updater.sh or tools.tar, but I don't know for sure.

You might also want to reformat your card (as FAT16) if it's feasible.

Hope that gets your Z back into a working state.
speculatrix
note for others: there's also a D+M combination too. I think it's all in the wiki!
m_kylli
In this case it seems as if the systc320.dbk was at fault. The copy on the SD-card corrupt or something.
When I deleted it, added it again and reflashed it the problem was gone.

It seems that a corrupt nand backup can cause some really odd problems.
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