Can I get back to SBF?

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  1. power2uth

    power2uth New Member

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    I rooted my Droid X when it was at 2.2. The other day I downloaded an incremental update OTA and lost root. That's not a big deal to me, but now the phone isn't running very well. It's hanging and crashing a lot.

    Can I flash back to SBF?

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    Abe21599 Super Moderator
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    i think you understand what an SBF is. its a stock file that will set it back to out of the box state but involves some work. if you are willing, you can try a factory reset in settings.
     
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    A lot of people have been having similar problems with their devices. Try the solution posted in post number 11 in this thread:

    Gallery Won't Open - Page 2 - Android Forums

    Then if that doesn't work, try reformatting your sd card after backing it up to your computer.
     
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    Thanks. Should all my apps sync right back in after the reset?
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    yes, after your add your google account.

    on a similar note, does anyone know how to NOT have the apps restore on their own?
     
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    Success with simply wiping from within Settings and starting over. My phone is running GREAT! Thanks for the help.

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    Go to Menu, Settings, Privacy and uncheck the Back Up My Data and Automatic Restore check boxes.