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    Unrooted and needing help removing ClockworkMod Recovery.

    I've rooted then unrooted with super one click but still had superuser icon so I just dropped into trash. All was good then so I decided to uninstall/delete everything associated with root including going into astro and deleting (hope this isn't the downfall) clockwork folder holding backup... Now 1st time shutting down after doing all this last night then booting up this morning I'm still getting the clockworkmod recovery green screen to reboot system now. Only thing I can see left is in phone settings>applications>mng apps>all tab> is Terminal Emulator. So of course my ? is how the hell do I get rid of this?? Someone recommended reroot then delete logwrapper.bin to logwrapper. I really don't want to SBF flash so any other recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

    Running OTA 2.2
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    I'm not exactly positive. When I rooted and unrooted my phone (previous to the 2.2 OTA) I stayed rooted and went through Root Explorer getting rid of any SU files/apk before I did the one click unroot. But that was me.

    I'm guessing a regular uninstall program is not allowing you to uninstall Bootstrap Recovery or TE?

    And as far as logwrapper goes I am of no help there. I'm still tippy toeing into the wonderful core of the DX
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    [QUOTE=Hostility6;972675]I've rooted then unrooted with super one click but still had superuser icon so I just dropped into trash. All was good then so I decided to uninstall/delete everything associated with root including going into astro and deleting (hope this isn't the downfall) clockwork folder holding backup... Now 1st time shutting down after doing all this last night then booting up this morning I'm still getting the clockworkmod recovery green screen to reboot system now. Only thing I can see left is in phone settings>applications>mng apps>all tab> is Terminal Emulator. So of course my ? is how the hell do I get rid of this?? Someone recommended reroot then delete logwrapper.bin to logwrapper. I really don't want to SBF flash so any other recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

    Running OTA 2.2[/QUOTE
    first reroot get root explorer in market. then uninstall the bootstrap app then in root explorer go to system/bin tap r/w in top right corner delete the file called hijack, delete logwrapper an rename the logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper reboot it should be gone.
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    Running OTA 2.2[/QUOTE
    first reroot get root explorer in market. then uninstall the bootstrap app then in root explorer go to system/bin tap r/w in top right corner delete the file called hijack, delete logwrapper an rename the logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper reboot it should be gone.[/QUOTE]



    I have Astro can I use this? If so I don't see logwrapper.bin just see logwrapper 2X and cannot rename either one.
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    I have Astro can I use this? If so I don't see logwrapper.bin just see logwrapper 2X and cannot rename either one.[/QUOTE]

    Can't answer that. I know Astro is good for moving and installing zips downloaded from direct links. But I don't know if it gives you the access to the apk's and files that are on the Root of your system.

    All I do know is if your wanting to get rid of app apk's, Root Explorer is the app to use. Been using it since day one of rooting my phone.
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    Downloaded root explorer, deleted and renamed, rebooted and mod is gone!
    Thanks for your help now I can sleep better tonight LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hostility6 View Post
    Downloaded root explorer, deleted and renamed, rebooted and mod is gone!
    Thanks for your help now I can sleep better tonight LOL!
    Good to know you got it resolved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hostility6 View Post
    Running OTA 2.2[/QUOTE
    first reroot get root explorer in market. then uninstall the bootstrap app then in root explorer go to system/bin tap r/w in top right corner delete the file called hijack, delete logwrapper an rename the logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper reboot it should be gone.

    Thank you Hostility6 for your information. I was having an awful time getting rid of Clockworkmod Recovery. Using your advice I was able to Unroot, get rid of clockworkmod and get back to stock. this was on a 2.3.2 updated Droid2. Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1943 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hostility6 View Post
    Running OTA 2.2[/QUOTE
    first reroot get root explorer in market. then uninstall the bootstrap app then in root explorer go to system/bin tap r/w in top right corner delete the file called hijack, delete logwrapper an rename the logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper reboot it should be gone.

    Thank you Hostility6 for your information. I was having an awful time getting rid of Clockworkmod Recovery. Using your advice I was able to Unroot, get rid of clockworkmod and get back to stock. this was on a 2.3.2 updated Droid2. Dave

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