Originally Posted by uboot
There may be something left behind: the kernel/initrd. I don't touch it yet. But it is easy to include. Kernel is replaced if enable ADB package is applied.
A good thing after 1.04 sd recovery is to do a 1.04 firmware upgrade. This will replace the kernel with the stock kernel.
Thanks for the info.
I did a restore with your alternative "sd rescue porkupan" and did an image backup so that I could easily try rupor's root against a backup made after your original 1.04 SD rescue and your alternative version.
After using the alternative version:
Initialization worked correctly, after selecting Settings-->Initialization-->restore defaults
rupor's Root package works correctly.
All I did was restore, restore defaults, then install rupor's root.
Not sure when I'll get a chance to test against the other backup, because my wife is using the reader again.. but i'll post the result once I test, if you are interested.
thanks again for your work.