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    Uninstall Froyo?

    Is there a video or an easy guide to remove/uninstall froyo? I watched a youtube video to install it, but i am just having a hard time with it. Any help would be greatly appreciated...thanks
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    Are you going back to stock? Did you make a backup before installing Froyo? You can install any 2.1 rom the same way you did 2.2.
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    I would like to get my phone completely stock again. I want to be able to receive OTA updates again. I have Froyo and installed Clockwork Mod via Rom Manager. Like an idiot, I didn't make a backup. I fully acknowledge the fact that I am an idiot for not doing this.

    Is it possible to get Froyo and ClockWork Mod off my Droid (The original Droid... not Incredible or Eris)?
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    use rom manager and install a stock rom 2.0.1 if you dont want root and 2.1 if you do

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    The only way I know of going back to full stock is by having a backup of before you installed any rom. There might be other ways but that is the only one that I know of.

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    Link 3 in my sig gets you back to stock. I don't know if RM's method removes rom manager and puts the stock recovery tool back into place. Using RSD Lite to flash the stock sbf file for 2.01 will remove everything and make the phone as it was from the factory. You can then take the OTA to 2.1 and await the official 2.2 OTA release.

    If you rooted and got Froyo you should already have gotten RSD Lite to work, so this will be a piece of cake. If you'd like use ASTRO to back up your install apps to the card, then use Astro to reinstall them all once you are back on stock. You'll lose data associated with them but won't have to go and grab them all again. Most should auto download anyways, but not all of them seem to do this automatically for me.
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    If you don't know how to backup...Stop until you do.
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    Success! I downloaded the stock 2.1 OS and used RSD to load it on to my phone. The phone is COMPLETELY stock again including original ROM!

    I had my fun with Froyo but I would like to wait for the official release. I hope they include the live wallpapers! I miss that already!
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    Congrats...gotta love it when things work out.

    Is it a particular live wallpaper you are looking for? 2.1 includes Live Wallpapers already. Long press your home-screen or use the menu-key to get to the live-wallpaper settings.

    As for the other features at least you got a teaser of what's to come, it shouldn't be long.
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    Help

    Where and how did you get the stock 2.1 version. I am having the same horrible issues as you did.

    Quote Originally Posted by deepbassex View Post
    Success! I downloaded the stock 2.1 OS and used RSD to load it on to my phone. The phone is COMPLETELY stock again including original ROM!

    I had my fun with Froyo but I would like to wait for the official release. I hope they include the live wallpapers! I miss that already!

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