How to remove droid 2 bootstrapper clockwork mod recovery?

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    I hate that it starts up in recovery mode all the time nd now I want to remove it since there aren't Roms out rite now that wud brick my Fone. How do I remove it... or if there's a reason I shunt remove it, im all ears

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    Having successfully decoded your statement, I would ask this. Why are you restarting your phone so often? Okay, that's not really an answer. You can debootstrap your droid within Koush's app, and uninstall that app. You should be fine after doing that. And, after all, you've already purchased it, so you can always go back and get it again. Hope that answers your question.
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    Could you be a little more specific shagoyjo? I'm wanting to do the same thing to my DX. Don't reboot all that often but it's just annoying to have to go through the whole process of going through recovery EVERY time. How would I ""debootstrap my droid within Koush's app" ....what app....clockworkMOD?
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    I have done this and it works.

    1. Get root explorer in the market
    2. Uninstall the bootstrap app
    3. Go into root explorer to system/bin
    4. In top right corner tap r/w
    5. Delete the file called hijack
    6. Delete logwrapper
    7. Rename logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper
    8. Reboot and it should be gone.
    (thanks to Droidforums member Hostility6)
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    Works perfect! Thanks!
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    Worked for me as well!!! ;)
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    great help! It works! Thanks.

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    just a quick question on this, will this method essentialy give me back the stock recovery options? ie if i ever need to send my phone in for warrenty i dont want it to appear as if its been rooted ect. or do i have to the SBF?
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    I now need clockworkmod again and i am having a hard time getting it to work. I think I need to undo the changes but dont know where to find the files that i deleted. i re installed bootstrapper but hijack and the original logwrappe arent there. just the one that i renamed. is it possible to dl those files somewhere?
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    I sent in my old d2g bc an update went wrong and I still had the boot thing I went to advanced and formated boot befor I sent it in and it made it bootloop at the. M logo and sent it in and now I have a new d2g

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    Droid 2 global>overclocked>1.41Ghz
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    My D2G never reboots into clockwork. I haven't used it in a few months.

    Sent from my Droid 2 Global running Fission 2.4.3
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    Phone would reboot into clockwork if you uninstall bootstrapper app. This app starts every time phone boots and removes the flag (deletes a file) which, if exist, on next reboot, will force clockwork to load (clockwork script creates it). The idea is if something goes wrong, phone automatically to go into clockwork recovery so you can restore backups/etc. Flag gets created every boot when phone loads the bootstrap script and gets deleted uppon successful boot. So if you had ever bootstrapped your phone, make sure you keep the bootstrapper application there (do not uninstall it), or every time you reboot you will have to go thru recovery.
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2011
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    I got Bootstrapper off the free link on Koush's website. Now that I'd like to update it, I'm gonna buy it from the market. Will it update over Bootstrapper, or will I need to uninstall Bootstrapper to install the new version?

    I just realized I'm in the D2G forums. Hope it's the same process.
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2011
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