DX always boots into recovery?

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    Everytime I turn my cell off and reboot it goes right into recovery for some reason? When I shut my phone off and turn it back on same thing. Bootstrapper is installed so I don't know why it's keeps doing this?

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    If you reboot it while its plugged in it will do that

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    Mine does the same..

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    It's not plugged in or anything. Hmm

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    Depends on who you ask but, some people say this is a good thing. Mine does it too and I am grateful it does because if anything ever happens, and I need to recover, all I ha e to do is pull the battery and boom! Recovery!

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    Yep, did the same thing on my D2. I was rebooting into recovery even though I was back at stock and had deleted the boot strap app off my phone.

    Nobody listens to me when I tell them there is a problem with the bootstraps and clockwork. It looks like it does it to the X as well.

    I had to sbf to get it to stop.
     
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    I'm with bill - there seem to be errors in clockworkmod recovery. too bad it's monopolized on the dx :p

    to resolve the issue you can uninstall and reinstall the bootstrapper - but you have to do a "full" uninstall by renaming the logwrapper.bin

    full directions are in a link in my sig - it's the one for backup and restoring, it's in a later post in the guide.
     
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    im on stock but im rooted. when i first got my phone i rooted with z4root and once i was rooted i made a CW backup. i just restored back to that last night. so im on stock dx 2.2.1 with root/su/etc.

    on some roms i dont have this problem. it restarts fine, but right now everytime i turn phone off and back on right into clockwork.

    if i delete bootstrapp off my phone right now i can make backups and if i got into trouble wouldnnt i be screwed?
     
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    Had similar problem but i solved it after i Powered Down my fone Pulled out my Battery and Started Up the fone again. It went away right after it. Let me know if it works out for yall.

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    To stop from booting into clockwork every manual reboot, open the bootstrap app and select bootstrap recovery then ok. And that's it. To full delete the app, delete system/bin/hijack and system/bin/logwrapper.bin and rename to system/bin/logwrapper.bin to system/bin/logwrapper.
     
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    I'm confused, you're recommending to delete this folder and file and rename the file?
     
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    You rename logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper. Only do this to delete clockwork if you're going to return your phone to VZW.
     
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