If you're here, I'm assuming you've bootstrapped before, installed a custom rom, etc, and now wish to return to stock motoblur and remove bootstrap, whether it be for an update, or another reason. I will also assume you have a capable root explorer app, such as the aptly named Root Explorer, or one of several alternatives, such as File Expert (this is a root explorer! Just check its settings). I am using Root Explorer for this de-bootstrapping. To begin, open Root Explorer and immediately hit the "Mount as R/W" button whenever you see it-it is imperative that you do, or else it won't work properly. Immediately, whether under the immediate view or "/system/", scroll down to the preinstall folder. Inside there will be a folder named Recovery, with 4 files, 1 of which is important to us: Hijack. You may delete it OR move it to your sd card. Second, open the /system/ directory, scroll down to bin. Open it. Again, R/W button as needed. Scroll down until you see a file named Hijack (yes, there's two of them). Delete or move it. Scroll down again until you see two files: logwrapper logwrapper.bin Either move or delete the first logwrapper. Then, rename the logwrapper.bin to logwrapper Reboot, battery pull a couple times, and if the bootstrap app is still around, hit reboot recovery a few times. If android boots up normally without clockwork popping up when you hit reboot recovery from the bootstrap app, you're all done! Note: I notice there is a logwrapper present in the system/preinstall/recovery folder. DO NOT DELETE THIS. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR PHONE WHILE FOLLOWING THESE INSTRUCTIONS! THESE ARE WHAT DEBOOTSTRAPPED MY D2G.