Droid 2 unrooting trouble

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Development' started by breNTx22, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. breNTx22
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    My phones been acting up. Freezing, temporarily stops responding, ect.

    To troubleshoot it i'm going to set it back to stock. I have done a factory reset and cleared the cache. I also flashed it to what I think the stock ROM is.

    I think all I must do is boot into recovery mode (PWR + X, then 'search' key) and run update.zip. However it says:

    "...Verifying update package...
    E:signature verification failed
    Installation aborted."

    Any ideas?
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    You need to do an sbf to flash it back to stock. It's floating around the forums somewhere. Look up team black hat triple threat thread.

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    Yep, sbf is correct. You can't flash a stock rom, you need a computer to do it.

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    Or just restore a stock backup in clockwork and then remove bootstrap and SU and unroot. But an SBF would be easier.