Boot logo and other problems.

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  1. MotoDroidTwo

    MotoDroidTwo New Member

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    So i am posting this from my phone, which after several tries have finally been able boot up without it automatically booting into clockworksmod bootrecovery. Now this is my first dilemma. I deleted all of the apps that need root(TiBu, droid2 bootstrapper) and have unrooted my phone and deleted z4root. In the future how to i get it to stop doing this? Also when it turns on instead of the Motorola M it is still the Liberty logo. How do i change this?

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  2. djakrse

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    You'll need to flash the stock M with clockwork. Sorry.

    Is it your goal to return entirely to stock or were you just trying to ensure your phone could not boot into recovery?
     
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    Boot logos have to be flashed via rsdlite. Boot animations should have returned to stock if you reinstalled the stock rom.

    from beyond the rabbit hole
     
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    He has a D2.
     
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    My mistake. Didn't realize it was different from d1 to d2



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  6. MotoDroidTwo

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    I tried to make it compleely stock so i restored my backup and deleted all the apps used for rom booting and stuff.

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    can i get a hollaback?
     
  8. mattv111

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    You need to flash the sbf

    Check out my blog androidshouse.blogspot.com
     
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    Oh and you can't just get any sbf. You have to get the one for the most recent update you got from verizon

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    what is this "sbf"
     
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    Google android sbf

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    Sbf is a file that you use to flash your phone to a out of the box condition. You use a motorola tool called rsd lite, you basically reprogram your phone. In the droid 2 hacks section there's a sticky called hacking/rom install class, that thread contains links to all software as well as instructions on how to sbf.

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