Anything else needed before returning to vzw?

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  1. xmguy

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    I've reinstalled the bloatware. Set the permissions. Removed bootstrap and the adb commands via terminal command on the X and unrooted. I also did 2 factory resets. One via the android installer menu (at power up, home key with power button then search button). Then I lastly used the wipe everything via the normal way. Should this be enough so certain persons do not know what was done?

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    Is superuser app still installed

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    You goof. You really didn't start a new thread for this, lol.

    That's what I did before I sent my first back. Did all the above and used it til my new one came. Then when I got it I did a factory reset, made sure it booted up and didn't program it.

    No guarantee though:)

    And yes, all SU related apps, apk's and files needs to be gone.

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    So long as there aren't any root user programs (i.e. Su)...should be good to go. Curious though...if the phone is clean and works good...why return it?

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    Lol. I'm guessing the update still won't go through. I did all the following with my first before froyo and update failed. So I sent mine in. This is before I knew what sbf was or anything.

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    the earpiece is damaged and has some dead pixels.

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    I used the one click root un root pc app. It said it was unrooted and su app was gone and none of the su apps would run. Btw started a new thread out of stupidity. Lol

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    I know of no way to test without re rooting. I know root access is gone and the super user app doesn't show up. Im hoping all was removed.


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    Yea that's the thing, you have to be rooted to check out everything. I'm guessing the only way to be positive is if you have an update available to try or if you flash sbf.

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    Since im on 2.3.151. I can't flash that because its not available. No sbf. I have to assume its all gone. I read however of way to manually unroot with root explorer. I can always root again. Then use root explorer to remove all of the apps for root in the system and bin dirs. What would you all advise? If I had the sbf id use it. Since I don't I want the best cleanest way to "factorize" my X.

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    We released all the files needed to upgrade to the current 2.3.340 release from any prior build.
    You can find them all on MDW. Also the 2.3.15 SBF was released some time ago so that would also serve your needs.
     
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    IM NOT ASKING FOR THE SBF.

    My fru x came with 2.3.151. If I update will vzw not know I did something. Should what I did in post 1 be enough? If I did flash the 2.3.15. Wouldn't vzw know that's not the fw it should have?

    It needs to go back tomorrow. Im really needing to know the best way to be safe without flashing a sbf. I know one can (using root and root explorer) manually remove all of the apps and files used in root then restore to factory settings. Would that be better than relying on the root/unroot pc tool?

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