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Thread: how to unroot/get rid of clockwork recovery mod (green screen when i turn on my phone

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    Also search for TBH triple threat. Its all there too

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    If you look for the sbf tutorial you will find the link for the moto drivers if you don't already have them

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    nice thanx i got all of it now... i got a different rsdlite cuz the one he had was an older version
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    so now i just want to know this before i attempt to do it, after i complete all the steps to do the sbf thing will i need to take my phone in for activation? Also, before i do this any risks of like anything lol?
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    I have never sbfd yet. I just set it all up to practice just in case something went wrong. But from what I understand from reading a lot is no you don't have to take it in. You just set up the phone like when you first got it. If there is no service there is a code to get you back on the network. I think it's *22.... something I can't remember. Just check for it. I hope this helps. I've been doing a lot of research on this stuff cause I want to flash my first rom but I read a lot of people having problems cause they weren't prepared. I don't want that to happen to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldopa View Post
    I have never sbfd yet. I just set it all up to practice just in case something went wrong. But from what I understand from reading a lot is no you don't have to take it in. You just set up the phone like when you first got it. If there is no service there is a code to get you back on the network. I think it's *22.... something I can't remember. Just check for it. I hope this helps. I've been doing a lot of research on this stuff cause I want to flash my first rom but I read a lot of people having problems cause they weren't prepared. I don't want that to happen to me!

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    Right, for no service *228 option 1 will activate your phone but IIRC the OP was stuck at boot.

    Edit, ok I reread the first post and his problem is he can't shake what's left over from the bootstraps and for that he has to sbf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hookbill View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ldopa View Post
    I have never sbfd yet. I just set it all up to practice just in case something went wrong. But from what I understand from reading a lot is no you don't have to take it in. You just set up the phone like when you first got it. If there is no service there is a code to get you back on the network. I think it's *22.... something I can't remember. Just check for it. I hope this helps. I've been doing a lot of research on this stuff cause I want to flash my first rom but I read a lot of people having problems cause they weren't prepared. I don't want that to happen to me!

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    Right, for no service *228 option 1 will activate your phone but IIRC the OP was stuck at boot.

    Edit, ok I reread the first post and his problem is he can't shake what's left over from the bootstraps and for that he has to sbf.
    ahh ic thank you very much I will do the process later on maybe next weekend when I have more time

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    If you want to totally get rid of bootstrap there is a way I read about. I believe you use root explorer go in and delete the Hijack file and change the logwrapper file to something. Its in the forums i just don't know exactly what it is. But you can get rid of it without sbf

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    Any tips on how to find that forum post? Lol oh and what's bootswrapper?

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    Bootstrapper =clockwork recovery,...the droid2/x/global version....and* 228 may not initially work, it didn't for me...it brought me to a collect call menu, so I hadto pull my battery for 30 seconds and try again...it worked, but idk if the verizon rep I was talking to opened my device up for reactivation or it was just the batt pull...either way... ...and the BEST way to find that thread...is the search button....this entire thread subject is elsewhere also
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    hmm k thank you very much which way do u suggest? The sbf method or the other one

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