Set My Droid X back to stock.

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by Angeldolls, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. Angeldolls

    Angeldolls New Member

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    My Droid X is suddenly showing signs of having moisture behind the screen and I need to set it back to STOCK before contacting Verizon for replacement. Can you help me to do this. Please make it in layman's terms as I really don't understand a lot about this. Thank you. :sad:
     
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    Best way to wipe it all is to sbf then do a factory reset after the sbf. There's a few ways to sbf you can use the rsdlite method or the linux live cd/usb method. You can just sbf to 4.5.602 if you want with whichever method you choose to use. You'll find everything you need in this link with instructions and there's a link to an instructional step by step video if use the linux method http://rootzwiki.com/topic/331-guide-flashing-droid-x-sbf/ either method is very simple.

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    Thank you Savagerun for your quick reply. I will try this. :icon_ banana:
     
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