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    Hello, I recently installed the JRummy rom for my droid x. The issue is that my backed up stock rom is missing. I can't find it anywhere. Is there any way to get the stock rom back without using an .sbf?
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    If you used clockwork to backup the original file then it would be in the clockwork folder on your SD card. If you need to flash back to a current stock image, do a search for "maderstcok340.zip", download it to your sd card and flash it using clockwork.
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    Thanks. I will try that.
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    Did you rename the backup? Or put it in a different folder? if you did that could be the problem... If you did a backup in bootstrapper it should still be there...
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    No i didn't rename it. and i backed it up using rom manager and clockwork mod.
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    If you backed up using rom manager that is your problem. I have seen numerous other people lose backups through rom manager. Did you do a backup within droidxbootstrapper?

    Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums App
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    No I did not. But Lemodular's advice worked. droid x is back up an running. i will use droid x bootstrapper and super task manager from now on. thank you both very much.
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    Be careful when doing backups & connected to the computer. Even tho the device/sd isn't mounted, my computer still recognizes it in recovery mode & that caused a backup from within recovery to be corrupted.

    Being connected also prevented me from rooting a D1 - wouldn't read the update.zip from the sd right after sbf'n the recovery. Tricky stuff...

    from my DX
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