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Need help with removing clockworkmod!?!?!?!?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global Development' started by douglasman100, Oct 21, 2011.

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    okay so i was trying to get the new update but while rebooting clockworkmod comes up and then it gets ruined and doesnt update. so i tried to find out how to remove it and i found a good way, delete /system/bin/hijack and /system/bin/logwrapper
    Then rename /system/bin/logwrapper.bin to /system/bin/logwrapper but when i try to delete them it says this file cannot be deleted so i thought i need to re-root but it is taking forever and not doing anything. someone please help i want gingerbread :( P.S. im not rooted right now.
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    If worst comes to worst you can always sbf to stock (froyo/gb) and then wait for the ota to show up.

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    SBF and you will be OK. No need to bother with rerooting or anything

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    You need to be rooted to mess with any of the files in the /system partition
    Easiest method, post rooting, is with root explorer, as it does the mounting of the system partition as read/write for you. if you're using a different file explorer, you may have to manually mount the system RW.
    First, uninstall the Bootstrapper apk.

    to mount the system read/write if you are going to use a different file manager:


    open terminal emulator
    at the $ prompt, type su then hit enter
    you should get a # prompt.
    then you need to type this exactly:

    busybox mount -o rw,remount /system

    then hit enter.
    then open your file manager and then delete system/bin/hijack
    then delete system/bin/logwrapper
    then rename system/bin/logwrapper.bin to system/bin/logwrapper
    then reboot.
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    i got rid of it. it turns out somehow i was still rooted ever though i did factory reset once. but the update still isnt working for me it does everything and then just says update failed:mad:
    :mad:
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    If you're still on 2.4.330, just sbf and only clear your cache. Should be able to boot up and let you update. Just be sure to activate first (*228).
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    okay im going to do that later but is that dangerous at all
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    Nah... I was scared the first time, but after doing it about 20 times to my Droid X and 2 or 3 times to my Droid I got some confidence.

    Follow the instructions perfectly and if something weird happens, post up before proceeding. It's pretty straight forward, just be patient, start with a full battery, and don't unplug until you are 100% done.
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    What I wold normaly do is sbf the device, that is easiest way to revert back to stock

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    Sbf. It is definitely much easier.
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    Anyone have the links to SBF on this site? I used z4 root and clockworkmod and totally forgot how to do this. lmao.
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    What device are you on?
    Have you tried google and youtube first?
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    I "was" on a D2G. Musta had a day full of brain farts yesterday. I had been rooting my phone since OG Droid 1. So months ago I had used Z4 root and clockworkmod along with apps freezer. when verizon started pushing this latetest update (I think 4.5.608 or something) I figured wth I will give it a shot. So, I unforze everything and went into z4 root and un-rooted. Tried the update... After the 70minute download, upon restart the reboot recovery kept coming up and preventing the install. Install failed. So I went into clockworkmod and I think, or, I though I flashed the ESD20 or whatever the one that brings you back to stock... Another 70minutes later.... THis time upon boot up. I get the white motorola "M"...... until eternity... So I pull battery, power on with the "X" held, press the hard "search" button, and do a factory reset... NOPE. lol. So, lol, like a tool I went to verizon and blamed it on their update. After all they are getting enough of my money... They didn't have any d2g replacements in stock, so they gave me an 'emergency' OG Droid and I should be gettin a D2G in the mail tomorrow or next day. lolololol. Fact is I am elligible for an upgrate but I am trying to decide on Bionic vs. Razr. Honestly I will probably wait and see how much people hate not being able to pull a battery on the Razr. Seams like a good phone, but we shall see.
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