I damaged my phone and I need to return it

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  1. Benny

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    I damaged my phone and I have a warranty.
    But I'm rooted and have pysicos(something like that) recovery.
    I un-rooted but I still have the physicos recovery.
    Will they notice? If so how do I get rid of it without using sbf.
    I want to turn this phone in for a new one.
     
  2. INSANENEIVIESIS

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    I said without sbf.
    Does anyone have the factory recovery in an update.zip format?
     
  4. INSANENEIVIESIS

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    thats the only way to restore the recovery partition and bring it completely back to stock. at least that i know of.
     
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    What, do you have a mac?
     
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    if you go to rom manager i think you can download the stock 2.1 with no root
     
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    It appears that you used SPR and nandroid. When you began the root process you should have made a virginoem-backup. Simply restore that backup and you will get OK
     
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