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Need to return phone to factory & uninstall Clockworkmod Recovery

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by zeldarocks, Oct 11, 2011.

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    I am needing to return my Droid X to factory settings, I originally rooted with z4root (which should be a simple matter of hitting "unroot"), but what I'm having trouble with is actually finding a way to remove Clockworkmod Recovery (given that I am going to be trading this phone in for an iphone and will need to pass off as not having been tampered with). How can I restore to factory settings sans any evidence of tampering with my phone?
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    I'm pretty sure you need to sbf back to stock barebones like it was out if the box. Use rsdlite and find the correct sbf files and ut will erase everything.

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    I followed the instructions on droidxforums.com and successfully flashed the .sbf file; is that all there is to it?
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    Should be. Sbf is like nuking everything on the phone. Glad it worked out for you.

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    I noticed that when I updated to 2.3 via OTA, that the dialer and contacts icons were missing (defaulting to the gear icon); this was rectified by creating a shortcut to them through the apps menu... Was that supposed to happen? Should I restore once more in case anything else may have been moved/messed with?
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    After an SBF do a factory reset in stock recovery.
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    How do I do that?
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    Pull battery, put back in, hold power and home, release power at M screen, wait for triangle, press search key (hold vol buttons if on GB) factory reset, reboot.
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