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    Yeah, I mean if it was a simple procedure, it might be worth it to me.

    But as I spent many hours trying to restore my phone, I considered things... All the Rom does is give me some skins and icons and things. Eye candy is nice, but not if it trashes your phone. It removes bloat, but I did that already with the stock OS and root.

    And the downside is that if the phone is your only link to the outside world(LOL), it is a problem if you brick it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SquireSCA View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by eriscrazy View Post
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    flash this in clockworkmod recovery that will fix it... oh and do a backup first!

    and just to be on the record saying i did not have any problem with liberty. i just wanted to try out some other roms like darkslide and apex.
    Do I have to name it anything specific, or place it in a particular folder on the SD card?
    Nope just flash it in clockwork



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    You can't brick a phone with SBF files out.
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    Right now, I just want to truly return my phone to stock. But when I use RSDLite, and flash the phone, I reboot and the phone still has my apps and settings. When I use Bootstrap Recovery and installed the Madrorstoc340 or whatever that file is, I reboot and while it reinstalls all the bloat that I had deleted, the system still has all my apps and settings.

    How do I do a true, 100%, complete and utter wipe of the phone that will format the device and reinstall the original files and guarantee that any clutter or corrupt files are deleted and reinstalled?
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    Before installing maderstcok zip wipe data and cache then install the zip. If after an SBF, boot into stock recovery and wipe data/factory reset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Droid-Xer View Post
    Before installing maderstcok zip wipe data and cache then install the zip. If after an SBF, boot into stock recovery and wipe data/factory reset.
    But if I wipe data and cache, won't that uninstall the Bootstrap recovery tool that I would use to install the maderstcok file? And doesn't running Bootstrap require it to be rooted?
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    No, you'll already be in clockwork. Boot into clockwork, go to mounts, format data, format cache, install zip from.sd, reboot. If hou get stuck in a bootloop, pull battery, boot into stock recovery and wipe data/factory reset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Droid-Xer View Post
    No, you'll already be in clockwork. Boot into clockwork, go to mounts, format data, format cache, install zip from.sd, reboot. If hou get stuck in a bootloop, pull battery, boot into stock recovery and wipe data/factory reset.
    Ok, cool. I am doing that now, thanks!

    I am hoping that this gets rid of whatever is causing the random reboots. It is quite annoying to have the phone just reboot a few times a day, even when I am not using the phone.
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