So the digitizer on my D2G lost its mind a few weeks back and I finally got around to getting a replacement from Verizon and now I need to get rid of root on the one I'm sending back. When 629 came out I used OTA rootkeeper to keep the root from 608. Now I want to get rid of root access and back to stock. When I tried using Pete's root tools, I get an error that it can't access the right directories. I know that my root is still intact because I can still use Autokiller and have already unfrozen all of the apps I froze with TiB. Is there a step in here I'm missing? If not, is there a manual process for getting rid of root? I found another thread that said "I used root explorer and deleted the superuser [COLOR=#812528 !important][FONT=inherit !important][COLOR=#812528 ! important][FONT=inherit ! important]apks[/FONT][/FONT][/COLOR][/COLOR] there were too got rid of busy box and su too! Is it ready to go back?" but it was from 12/2010. http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dr...rrow-superuser-ask-removal-2.html#post1132348 Is that still the way to go? Are there any special considerations for 629? Thanks in advance for any help!