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    stuck with 2.1 and unable to send messages

    I had rooted my droid inc when I first got it, i got tired of seeing the update but the update would not install. the phone came with 2.2 installed. It rooted fine and functioned proplerly except the update issue. I decided to unroot the phone but I overlooked the fact I was rooting the phone back to 2.1. Now Im stuck with a phone I can not send messages on.

    What I would like to know if there is someway I can get back to 2.2 and if someone would be kind enough to guide me. I'd just simplly like to have my phone back to stock 2.2
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    Easy peasy.

    If on a Windows PC you can run the RUU or you can flash through hboot like you did to unroot.

    RUU

    Flash thru Hboot version
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    I think I have tried the flash through hboot that I found on this forum and there were some errors installing it. I will try the ruu way and let you know.

    thanks
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    It tells me the RUU can not connect with my android phone. I would choose mount as disk drive when I plug my usb cable in correct?
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    You need HTC sync installed to run the RUU. Instructions are in the post Doug linked you to.
    Visit DF's sister site, http://www.incredibleforum.com, for even more great Incredible tips!
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    * How to Root Your Incredible * How to Unroot Your Incredible * Flashing ROMs Tutorial

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