Question......... I'm probably going to be doing the same thing..
BUT wouldn't just simply restoring a backup root your phone again??? it seems that initially that's how i rooted my phone.. found a thread on here that had some sort of file that you placed in the nandroid folder and restored and BAM you're on froyo and rooted..
SO that being said.. if you have a copy of a back up restoring it should root you once again right??
I could be WAY off here..
one MORE question.. HA!..
I am trying the rom manager option for going to the stock 2.2 unrooted option................ the only choice it gives me is to include or NOT include super user 2.2.... NOT choosing to include this will be what makes the phone NOT rooted. . . right?
i'm about 93.7 percent sure on this.. i just want to make sure.
If you're trying to take your phone back to stock I have a better method -- unless you want to keep your alternate recovery image.
Yes and no. Download a terminal emulator and open it, type SU and if the # appears you still have root access. However, having the SU on your phone means that if Verizon comes across it they'll deny warranty coverage.