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    need help unrooting

    first off i was running kangernades 2.2 from rom manager when i switched back to cyanogen 5.0.8 when my power button decided to stop working

    so now i want to take it back to the verizon store for a new phone or to be fixed

    so i need to go back to stock i flashed my original backup i made just after rooting before going on to custom roms it was way back to 2.0 stock ( rooted )
    wich is where i am now kinda

    i have the superuser app

    but if i run DM updater it says i am not rooted

    if i try to flash something ( recovery, Rom, Stock Rom unrooted )
    from Rom manager i get an error.....

    " an error occurred while attempting to run privileged commands".

    i tried downloading a unrooted udate.zip file it said there was an error number 7 or something to that effect if anyone knows of a stock unrooted udate.zip file i can download i will give that a shot.

    i figured this as a last resort
    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hac...t-ikithme.html

    any other suggestions.
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    I have the stock 2.1 build ESE81 update.zip file I could send you a link to.
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    i would appreciate it i will give it a shot
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    Sent you a PM with the link.
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    i think you'll still have to use that link you mentioned, at least if you want to go back to the stock recovery as well
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    still have superuser app

    just really confused installed a stock 2.1 update.zip file + factory reset + clear cache and still have superuser app
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    yeah you'll have to either use the link that tkimball posted or the link you mentioned in your first post and flash back to 2.0.1 with rsdlite, then either get the 2.1 update OTA or with the update.zip you just tried
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    push using sbf

    so it tells me to hold up on the D-pad while booting for how long what should happen because nothing happens when i do this it just sits with a blank black screen soon as i let go it boots normally
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    make sure you're holding "up" when looking at the phone in landscape, not portrait... i.e., it would be "right" if holding the phone in portrait...

    i always just hold down "up" on the d-pad, power it on, and after a couple of seconds from hitting the power button, you'll see the screen do a little flicker, that's when i let off the d-pad, and the bootloader screen should load up
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