I think I am going to cry

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  1. ALIASgirl23

    ALIASgirl23 Member

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    I totally love your Kimmy Gibbler avatar, btw!!
     
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    She should have had her own spin off with aunt Rachel's kid little Richie.
     
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    My phone installed all of the updates to get to 2.2 and I was able to root and restore my nandroid recovery file. Now it is like nothing ever happened. Whew!!

    Thanks again to everyone for your help and I apologize for being overly dramatic. I would just be lost without my phone :D
     
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    Now that the crisis is over and you've fixed your phone, can I ask a stupid question that I haven't seen asked yet?

    What is a "Clockwork Mod Recovery update loop"? I've been part of the Droid modding scene for quite some time now, and i've never heard of such a thing. I wish I had caught this thread earlier and asked you this, perhaps with proper explaination of the problem, I could have helped you fix it without having to resort to SBF flashing.
     
  5. ALIASgirl23

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    I was stuck on the screen with the little mailbox looking thing and the droid. It was acting like it was installing and update.zip but it would only get 1/3 of the way through and then start over. It would display the messages:

    Entering Clockworkmod recovery, Looking for update.zip, then installing update.zip

    That is as far as it would get before starting over again. Then it would display the same messages.
     
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    Yes, I am like Dave and curious too as to why it would boot into recovery afer deleting an app, and how or why clockwork would be told to be installing an update.zip file just from uninstalling a system app.

    How were you trying to reinstall the Youtube app?
     
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    I was trying to permanently delete an app using titanium backup. It said it was going to delete the system app and I clicked ok. Then all of a sudden it was looping.

    Sent from my Droid
     
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