Getting rid of ClockworkMod Recovery?

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  1. N1nj4Dr01d_X

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    I had rooted my Droid X. But now I want to go back to stock and I cannot get rid of the clockworkmod recovery. Any tips??

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    Delete the app. Go into root explorer and go to system/bin and delete the hijack file. Next delete the logwrapper file and rename the logwrapper.bin file to logwrapper. Should be good.

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    I followed the same steps and it didn't work for me. Must have some reminants of clockwork hidden somewhere. Only thing I can figure out is it must have something to do with the boot logos and animation I flashed through cw.

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    Its telling me I cannot rename or delete these files because they are "read-only" files

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    Are you still rooted? Dont think you can remove bootstrap without root. Root explorer needs to have superuser rights. Im sure someone with more knowledge will chime in in a few.

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    I am rooted still. I used z4...does that make a difference?

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    Temporary or permanent root? Not sure if z4 matters. I am using it without any problems. Are you using root explorer?

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    I see one step missing. If your using root explorer, after the system/bin step you need to tap the mount r/w tab at the top right. Then proceed with the rest of the steps.
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    Ok. I used perm root. I'll do that remount thing...

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    csk415...effing perfect. Thanks for all your help!

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    You have to click the r/w button at the top in root explorer

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    Sweet. Good luck.

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    I deleted logwrapper and somehow missed the rename of logwrapper.bin. Now I am stuck in a boot cycle of "droid" and the "red eye". Help!
     
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    Oh no. You tried getting rid of cw so it seems a nandroid is out of the question. Try stock recovery and a factory reset, but if it doesn't work, you'll have to sbf. Lesson learned. Next time, be very meticulous when changing system files!

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