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    newb question......

    Last night I rooted my phone. If I want to return to an unrooted phone all I have to do is boot into SPRecovery and and pick the nandroid I created before rooting??
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    I am pretty sure there is more to unrooting than that, but you can search and find lots of info on unrooting... but you won't need to *wink wink*
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    newb question......

    I'm worried about getting the Froyo OTA update. I will need to be unrooted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by symdev88 View Post
    I'm worried about getting the Froyo OTA update. I will need to be unrooted.
    I would not worry. The developers will have a froyo stock Rom available as soon as Google releases the code....which I am sure will be way ahead of vzw releasing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by symdev88 View Post
    I'm worried about getting the Froyo OTA update. I will need to be unrooted.
    First off, like it has already been said, many of the ROM developers have or will have a Froyo ROM so you do not need to worry about getting the OTA Froyo. And in most cases the Froyo from the different developers will most likely have more in it than the watered down version that Verizon decides to release.

    With that said, if you need to go back to stock for repairs or just because, follow this link, it gives great step-by-step instructions for unrooting.

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hac...ot-unroot.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlwhtrose View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by symdev88 View Post
    I'm worried about getting the Froyo OTA update. I will need to be unrooted.
    First off, like it has already been said, many of the ROM developers have or will have a Froyo ROM so you do not need to worry about getting the OTA Froyo. And in most cases the Froyo from the different developers will most likely have more in it than the watered down version that Verizon decides to release.

    With that said, if you need to go back to stock for repairs or just because, follow this link, it gives great step-by-step instructions for unrooting.

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hac...ot-unroot.html
    Thanks. How is Jrummy's Kangerade working?? I was thinking about getting the blue one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by symdev88 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dlwhtrose View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by symdev88 View Post
    I'm worried about getting the Froyo OTA update. I will need to be unrooted.
    First off, like it has already been said, many of the ROM developers have or will have a Froyo ROM so you do not need to worry about getting the OTA Froyo. And in most cases the Froyo from the different developers will most likely have more in it than the watered down version that Verizon decides to release.

    With that said, if you need to go back to stock for repairs or just because, follow this link, it gives great step-by-step instructions for unrooting.

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hac...ot-unroot.html
    Thanks. How is Jrummy's Kangerade working?? I was thinking about getting the blue one.
    I am liking it. I have not had any f/c or issues. I came from Team Chaos and they have a really great ROM too. I am even experimenting with the Flash beta (my husband really wants flash on his phone). I have to say its been a great all around experience.

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