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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by Droid_Boi86, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. Droid_Boi86
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    when a .sbf is succesful in bringing your phone back from it's coma..lol, and when a OTA update is available is alright just to unroot your phone and recieve the OTA? or wait for a .sbf to arise and flash it?..

    hope this made sense..
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    Moved to the X general discussion section
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    depends on what you are planning on doing. if you think there is a chance of bricking your phone, it would be advisable to wait until at least a system only sbf is available. however, just because there is a software update, there is not guarantee an sbf file will be released.