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Need to lose root on 2.3.3 will OTA 2.3.4 do this

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X2' started by sknoxx, Nov 22, 2011.

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    OK I have a rooted Dx2 ver. 2.3.3 i need to send in my Dx2 for replacement but Verizon told me they won't unless i have the current vers. of GB 2.3.4.

    If i remove superuser, busybox, etc. and accept the OTA will that make my phone show no signs of being rooted?

    I know i will lose root by accepting the 2.3.4 OTA is this all i need to do?



    sknoxx
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    I think root blocks the update, not sure maybe it is custom recovery, from what I understand you have to sbf to get rid of root

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    From what i have gathered if you accept the 2.3.4 OTA you WILL lose root.

    I used P3's one click update to get to 2.3.3

    I do not have access to a pc, i have a mac but to root it the first time i did not need a computer, except to xfer files to the sd card via usb.

    sknoxx
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