Easist way to reinstall SPRecovery?

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  1. Rento

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    I searched google and all I can find is confusing things with a lot of a command lines.

    I had SPR and switched to Rom Manager for some stupid reason... I tried selecting "Flash Alternative Recovery" in RM and it's not rebooting into recovery, nor does the power button + X work.

    This is soo stressful and irritating... I just want my UD 2.5 backup installed and as far as I know... You can't use backups from SPR on RM. FML.
     
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    Anyway, use RM to flash CW back on, and when you get that back on then try flashing alternate recovery, then do this 3x, finishing with SPR.

    Another option is to flash CW and then use CW to flash RZR (which is a MAJOR update/revamp) on instead. If you're interested, or you just can't get SPR back on, I'll link you. RZR can be flashed on with a simple update.zip install.
     
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    Give me RZR please, I already tried the Flash Alternate Recovery method 5 times... And it sticks at the Motorola M booting...

    What you're saying is that I flash RZR and it'll reboot with SPR installed right?
     
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    All I read was that it has SPR and that's what I want to use. If this lets me boot to recovery using SPR, that's all I care about.

    And thank you very much...
     
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    Def go with RZR! Its the best recovery out there. You'll be nothing but pleased

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    sbf and rsd lite

    Ok guys so basically same thing for me now...I had SPrecovery and decided to give rom manager a try this weekend to try out cyanogen. Well I was not pleased and decided i wanted to go back stock un rooted, so in rom manager I clicked on stock files, since it does say unrooted/rooted option, clicked it and there was no option btw but I thought that not clicking su 2.2 option it would be un rooted. It booted up and now everything FCs, rom manager errors on everything I try (free and premium).
    Now comes another frustrating thing, I am on my laptop this weekend and recently formated it, well I no longer have my extra sbf files, nor rsd lite. So far I have founda working link for the motorola 64 bit drivers and have them installed (win7 64), no link I have found work for any sbf file or rsd lite 4.6 so I google searched rsd lite and could only find 4.5 so that is what I have installed...
    Anyone have a working line for the sbf file for sp recovery and rsd 4.6?? None of the rescue links work for either of these
     
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    We lost our host server. Pretty sure all the files are saved elsewhere but we are working on getting the files uploaded to android.net. Giving ya a bump cause I know someones got the files out there. Unfortunately I don't have them at the momment.

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    For the record, you don't need ROM Mangler to install CyanogenMod. Heck, I can't think of one ROM or update.zip that's properly put together that forces you to run ROM Manager -- and if they do then we go back to the "properly put together" part of my previous sentence. :)

    http://ted.servepics.com/nap/droid/RSDLite4.6.msi

    That's RSD Lite. Here are the SBFs for both RZRecovery and SPRecovery. RZ for the features and charging while in recovery, SPRecovery for familiarity and old-school awesome. RZRecovery can flash Nandroids made by SP.

    http://www.rzdroid.com/ftp/recovery/MC1_A855_1282081087_Recovery-Only_SPRecovery_0.99.3b.sbf

    http://rzdroid.com/ftp/recovery/RZR-2.0.2-recovery_only.sbf
     
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    Awesome! Thank you for the links! For some reason though when I try to download the RSD file I am only getting like 200b/s =/ it does the same thing with trying to download files from Petes site for the different sbf files he has...I can download from anywhere else at 10mb/s no problem except these 2 which really sucks since I need rsd lol
     
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    Different servers, different rates. As long as it comes down, though, that's the important part.

    RSD Lite 4.7-4.9 should be able to flash the Droid 1 too, just in case you CAN'T get 4.6.
     
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    I find that CR takes a long time to back up and restore compared to SPR. How is the speed for RZR?
     
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