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Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by Berzerker, Jan 18, 2010.
Good idea...cause when I tried this first a few days ago...I was still rooted
I rooted my Droid the other day, installed SPRecovery, then decided I simply didn't see anything that made me want to keep it rooted anymore and I guess I had a little bit of uncertainty and paranoia to go along with it for good measure. So I followed the directions in this thread to unroot it, everything worked great and the phone seems to be working as it did and before I rooted, however I noticed when I now go into my stock Android recovery down towards the middle bottom of the screen I have " E: cant find /cache/recovery/command " in yellow text.
I don't recall seeing this before, such as when I did the manual 2.01 update...Is it something I should be worried about?
Is there a way to build a current version image of my system the way it is now. This way I could set everything the way I like it, make an image, then fool around as much as I want and then restore when I screw something up. This is a feature that iTunes has that really hellped the iPhone Jailbreakers.
Ok I attempted to return to stock and something went wrong. My phone now boots to the red eye/droid intro and then goes black. It does nothing until I pull the battery and then repeats. Can anyone provide some assistance?
Can you boot into recovery? If so, try applying the update again.
srry but the Nexus picture thing wen u start it up is still there, that mean its still rooted?
back to how i had it..
No, remove the boot animation from /data/local using Astro or another app, or adb.
im trying to recover using this method and running into a problem... when i get to the point where sprecovery tries to restore it, is fails and says E:Cant open /sdcard/update.zip(no such file or directory) installation aborted. any ideas?
edit: nvmd, i renamed the file from update.zip to just update and it seems to have found the file as it is updating as we speak.
Great job Berzerker! Working as designed man. :rockon:
Worked perfectly, much respect!
I did the process and I think I'm back to stock...however, at bootup I still have the animation of BB. So, it's not completely stock.....any suggestions?