[HOW-TO] Remove Hashcode's tweaked D3Bootstrap

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  1. guidot
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    Check jrummys section on this board. He has a file explorer with root access.

    Sent from my Safestrapped, Rooted, ROM'd XT862
     
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    ok thanks
     
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    Hey I have a quick question hopefully that you can answer.

    I wanted to know if the back ups I made with Koush's Bootstrap (Steel Rom), and a CWM back up (Stock) in the past months, will I be able to flash back to them now that I have Safestrap?

    Thanks

     
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    In older versions he said this was possible. I've not tried it, but I'm going to say no just for safeties sake.

    Sent from the best 3G phone on Verizon.
     
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    You could also use a terminal emulator and a few commands

    su
    busybox mount -o remount,rw /system
    rm /system/bin/logwrapper
    mv /system/bin/logwrapper.bin /system/bin/logwrapper

    Voila.

    Sent from my rooted xt860
     
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    The simple solution is to reinstall the one you need for your backup if you need it.

    Sent from my XT862 using Tapatalk
     
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    Hi Guys,

    If I do this after installing SteelDroid 5.6, when I do a reboot, at the end of the boot animation, it goes through a sequence of updating applications, which works fine, but then it hangs on starting applications.
    I've left this for up to half an hour, and it doesn't get past this point.
    If I do a battery pull, the next boot just hangs on the boot annination, and I have to do a sbf restore to stock to be able to use my phone again.

    Has anyone else experienced this, or have any advice.

    Thanks
    Adrian.

    ps. is there a way that I could take my safestrap back up and install it on the non-safe side, as I have been playing with SteelDroid in the safe system, and am now happy enough to use this as my Daily Driver.
     
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    There is a safestrap on XDA that has been tweaked to allow an install on the non-safe side.

    It sounds like you didn't wipe enough to get this booted from bootstrap, unless, it is only usable in Safestrap.

    Sent from my SCH-i515, in between data drops.
     
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    I tried this with safestrap version 1.08e and 1.08f, and each time when I did a reboot in Un-safe mode, my original stock Gingerbread Rom booted.

    I tried installing SteelDroid with CWM, removing CWM, Installing safestrap as above, and recovering the back up, but still got my original issue.

    Thanks for the ideas, but I think I'm going to stick with running it in the safe system, and forget about non-safe,
     
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