How to avoid ClockworkMod from starting at every boot up??

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  1. xmguy

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    Ok. I rooted my droid 2 installed bootstrap and it added clockwork mod. No biggie. I want to have nandroid backups anyway. But my only issue is that clockwork starts EVERYTIME I boot my phone. Is there a way to bypass this from auto launching and just boot the phone normally without removing clockwork or bootstrap? Thanks

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    This has been asked a few times and honestly I wish it happened to me on every boot, that way I know if anything happens I can get into cm recovery to flash my nandroid. If I see a fix i'll let you know though.

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    Bump... I'd like to know the answer to this as well.
     
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    I agree with spaz33g. I feel it is a safety thingwith the boofstrapper jumping in.

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    Sorry to bump an old thread but this happens to me too. I just hit Reboot. What worries me is when im low battery, like 20% and I plug in my charger and turn my phone back on then I get the clockwork mod recovery. So I hit reboot and it reboots into the charging screen (the green battery filling up when the phones off). I just hope it doesn't cause any damage.
     
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    I don't know about droid 2 but on the x if you go to your apps then bootstrap> clear cache> force close. Do the same with rom manager. Then reboot. Worked for me! Hope this helps!

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    AlexSB - just restart your phone and don't touch it. The clockwork thing will come up and just let it go. If you tell it to reboot everytime, it will keep coming back. If you just let it sit for a while it will eventually move on to booting the phone. Then from that point on clockwork will not show up unless you tell it to. Hope that helps... that's what worked for me.
     
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    As for clearing the cache, I have one of the models where you can't clear cache or clear defaults, those two options are greyed out for me. Thanks though man.


    Im going to try that to just let it sit and see if that works, because it does get mad annoying everytime I boot it up that happens. How long did you let it sit for? With or without the charger plugged in?

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    It doesn't take long... just keep an eye on it for about 5 minutes and it will eventually start up. Then try restarting it again and you should not see the clockwork program, it will boot as it should. I didn't plug mine in but I don't think it would make a difference either way. Good Luck. Let me know if it works for you.
     
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    Cool thanks for the advice ill make sure that'll be first thing I try when I get home, right now im about to roll out to class. Ill make sure to let you kno how it goes, thanks again man.

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    Ok well 2 things. I tried what you said and it worked at first. But I noticed that my problem is when I have my phone off, plug in the charger, then try to boot it up.

    I turned off my phone, changed batteries (I had left the Extended battery at home) then booted up the phone. It booted fine no problems, no Clockwork Mod.

    Then I turn off my phone again, plug in my charger, let it sit for a little bit then turn it on again and THIS time Clockwork mod opens up as soon as I boot up my phone. Any suggestions? I've left the phone just sitting there on the clockwork mod screen for about 10 minutes now.
     
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    I've got nothing after what I've already suggested. Try asking the clockworkmod guys. Looks like their website is down but you may be able to get a hold of them via twitter. I can't believe I just recommended twitter! What a loser.
     
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