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Discussion in 'Droid X Roms' started by lowvolt, May 30, 2012.

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    Is there a way to flash the stock os without sbfing?
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    if you have a nandroid backup of stock... but you'll still be rooted... but you can unroot from there...
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    I do have a nandroid back up of stock rooted. The problem is ( if it us a problem) I did a restore from AOKP to stock rooted through rom manager. I don't know if this method does all the wipes or if it is even necessary to do when doing a restore through rom manager. The stock rooted os seemed sluggish at best so I am afraid the Android is corrupt. Oh. I forgot to mention that after the restore to stock rooted from AOKP I did another nandroid and deleted the previous stock nandroid. Any thoughts?
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    Yep, sounds like MotoBlur to me.

    Okay but now a serious answer; restoring from a nandroid backup automatically does all of the necessary wipes for you and if it were corrupt it wouldn't have booted so I think you're in the clear. MotoBlur is painfully slow, I honestly don't know how anyone approved that for mass production.
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