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i want to uninstall CWM on my RAZR

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR Support' started by ddfuji, Apr 19, 2012.

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    does any one know how to uninstall/remove Clock work recovery mod? i got it on there but im not sure how to remove it and i couldn't find anything on google.

    please help
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    Why do you want to remove it? For the razr I'm unsure how to remove it. An SBF/fxz (or whatever its called) will probably work but it will wipe everything. I know in rom manager there's an option to remove recovery but I don't think rom manager is compatible with the razr.
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    im trying to restore my phone back to its original state. i ahve wiped out both internal and external and it still is there. plus im not using cwm cause the bacjups and restores dont work any ways for me. thats all i wanted it for but it doesnt work. i dont dont need it either.
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    If you have any way to start downloading it now, you might do that... it's a massive file. :)
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    Exactly the same as the X. The file names are the same, but the code within, which we don't deal with directly, is changed. Here ya go:

    Uninstall bootstrap app
    Explore to internal file of system/bin mount to r/w
    Delete:
    /hijack
    /logwrapper
    Rename:
    /logwrapper.bin to /logwrapper
    (just remove the '.bin' from the name)
    Reboot

    The OTA updates didn't seem to mind either CWM or CWM-on-boot being installed, at least on my Razr...so far. You may have to reinstall them, but they don't throw an error.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
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    It wouldn't let me delete hijack.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using DroidForums
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    hijack is a read only file
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    Are you viewing those files with Root Explorer or Es File Manager? Sounds like you need something that can switch to a read/write setting...
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    i was viewing with astro. i know the commands to change the permissions. but the phone has to be rooted. i nuked and paved the baby so i could do soak testing but it didnt get rid of cwm. so i couldnt do soak test. and now im trying to root back so i can use these commands but now doomlords rooting isnt working. im gonna nuke and pave one more time.
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    im gonna use RSD to fastboot back to the very original version. i was told this would get rid of CWM. i will update once the fastboot file downloads and i get it on my phone.

    edit

    it did remove cwm. worked beautifully and flawslesly. it also got rid of the pesky message. "system updates" is not available with out a Motorola service account
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    How did you finally remove it? I am facing the exact same problem and I am kind of a noob when it comes to the Razr and bootstrap changes (used to have a samsung)
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