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Discussion in 'Droid 3 Hacks' started by planeman09, Jun 12, 2012.

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    Ok so I Am new to this like my previous post have stated. I deleted bloatware instead of freezing it. Anyway to restore it/download it so I don't face issues in the future?
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    Which firmware version are you running, 5.6.890 or 5.7.906?

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    5.6.890
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    So you're stock rooted on 5.6.890 and removed bloatware? I would suggest using RSD Lite to flash the .890 SBF to go back to 100% stock. Especially if you didn't make a backup. DO NOT USE THE .906 TO .890 FILE. Just the regular .890 SBF.

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