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ROM to Stock?

Discussion in 'Droid X Roms' started by Garandhero, Dec 8, 2011.

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    So I am going to start experimenting with ROMS tonight, the first one I am going to install is Liberty 3 v2.0.

    Question is, how do I go from a ROM back to the standard(stock)? Where can I get the stock ROM incase I just decide ROMs aren't my thing..
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    I have made a nandroid backup after rooting...so I have that is that all I need? If so what's the process for restoring it should I decide not to stick w/ a ROM.
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    if you wanna go back to stock(even though liberty is great) you just restore the nandroid back up... no biggie... just boot in to clockwork mod(threw rom manager) [if i'm thinking correctly... do not install bootstrap... it's already installed.. so if you do... you'll get put into a bootloop...] then just go to restore and restore it
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    You can do a back up recovery in clockwork mod recovery
    If you get into real trouble like i did the first time I flashed a rom you will have to sbf back to stock. Its pretty easy. A program does it for you. Good luck

    Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums
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    So when I wipe data/cache and all that the nandroid backup stays even though its on SD card.
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    Yes nandroid backup is on sdcard that will not be affected

    sent from my rooted flashed sbf'ed rooted, flashed etc. etc. DROID X
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    as stated above... yes... the nandroid back up will stay... because the data/cache wipe will only wipe what's on your phone... it will not touch your sd card...
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