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    Return Droid X to stock

    I've rooted my droidx and un installed bloatware such as blockbuster, kindle, amazon mp3, etc. I'm still running the original os 2.1. Am I going to have problems upgrading to os 2.2? If so, I want to know what i need to return my droid x to the new out of the box state.
    Thanks
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    sorry i didnt read it correctly. YES, you will have problems upgrading without the bloatware.

    heres the stock apks if you lost them
    http://www.chadhaney.com/droidXDefault/
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    Thanks, found instructions on Rootzwiki on returning back to stock. I'll give that a try
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    I just wanted to post a message saying that this method definitely DOES work. I had to do it last night on my DX and all that was needed after following the instructions was to reactivate my phone and pull my contacts back down via BakupAssistant.

    Just to be safe, make sure that your battery is charged to atleast 80%...bad time for it to die.

    Anything worth doing, is worth doing right...
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    Ok, got the phone re-installed to stock. I heard that if you root it, but leave all the bloatware on the phone that you can still update without un rooting. Is this true? And, Does anyone know when 2.2 is going to be officially released over the air?

    Thanks for all the help so far!
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    Quote Originally Posted by budweiser View Post
    Ok, got the phone re-installed to stock. I heard that if you root it, but leave all the bloatware on the phone that you can still update without un rooting. Is this true? And, Does anyone know when 2.2 is going to be officially released over the air?

    Thanks for all the help so far!
    you will lose root when you do the OTA. and no one knows for sure when its coming..
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    Quote Originally Posted by budweiser View Post
    Ok, got the phone re-installed to stock. I heard that if you root it, but leave all the bloatware on the phone that you can still update without un rooting. Is this true? And, Does anyone know when 2.2 is going to be officially released over the air?

    Thanks for all the help so far!
    Root does not matter to The Update, only bloat. So you're fine. You will lose root after the update, but there is much hope the D2 root method will work.

    No official word on the OTA. Some sources say a week, others say several weeks, all are conjecture and not from the Mouth of Moto.

    Sent from my DROIDX
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abe21599 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by budweiser View Post
    Ok, got the phone re-installed to stock. I heard that if you root it, but leave all the bloatware on the phone that you can still update without un rooting. Is this true? And, Does anyone know when 2.2 is going to be officially released over the air?

    Thanks for all the help so far!
    you will lose root when you do the OTA. and no one knows for sure when its coming..
    JINX!

    Sent from my DROIDX
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    It will be out by September 21st without a doubt. So, it will be sometime within the next 15 days.
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