Stuck in ClockworkMod Recovery

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  1. hydrolex99

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    Lol I'm doomed
     
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    When you tried that did you unroot back to stock...(.Download the Droid Unroot Update Package (unroot_update.zip). Unlike what we used in the Obtaining Root guide, this package is a modified OTA update which REMOVES all Root files and settings. This will not, however, remove any of your personal settings or apps.)

    You will have to mount your droid through clockwork recovery and put the update.zip on the root of your card and
    Power down the Droid completely.
    While holding “X” on the physical keyboard, hold the power button to turn on the phone. You may let go of the power button, but do not let go of X.
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    After a few seconds, you will boot into your Recovery Console and you may now let go of X. If you are booting into the stock Recovery Console, you must hold Volume Up and then press the Camera button to access the menu.
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    Step 4a: Using SPRecovery
    Using the directional pad, navigate to “install” on the main SPRecovery menu and select it using the gold, center button.
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    Inside the install menu is three options. You must first select “Allow update.zip Installation”, though it may appear that nothing has happened. After you select it, select “Install /sdcard/update.zip (deprecated)”. This will begin an automatic installation process.
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    After a few minutes you will see “Install from sdcard complete.” From here, navigate back to the SPRecovery main menu by tapping the power button. You will now select “wipe cache partition”.
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    The automatic Cache Wipe process will take no longer than a few seconds. This clears the cache that may hold on to Root-related data. Navigate to “reboot system now” to reboot your Droid and complete the process of Unrooting.
    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/re...id.info/guides/unroot-back-to-stock/#more-230


    i know that is sprecovery but you have similar options in clockwork. I am going to boot into clockwork recovery to make sure the options are the same


    images and info from: http://rootyourdroid.info/guides/unroot-back-to-stock/#more-230
     
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    Forget the adb thing. Lets just unroot you.
     
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    if you have Windows 7 make sure you do this:

    Download the Droid Unroot Update Package (unroot_update.zip). Unlike what we used in the Obtaining Root guide, this package is a modified OTA update which REMOVES all Root files and settings. This will not, however, remove any of your personal settings or apps.
    You must rename this zip file to “update.zip”. That means you remove the “unroot_” at the beginning of the name. If you are on Vista or Windows 7 and file extensions are hidden, do not add “.zip”; the “.zip” is just hidden.
     
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    sorry not trying to confuse even more but when you tried the nandroid way you went to restore right....not install update.zip
     
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    Yes correct to johalli, I tried that to my fellow niner fan and it didn't work. I'm trying to turn on my droid to try it going to update.zip because last time I went into sdcard to find the update.zip file if it makes a difference.
     
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    The update.zip you installed was the one off of root your droid right. The reason I am asking is that even though blackdroid uses update.zip; they are different packages. One is to install a new rom the other is to go back to factory.
     
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    Now the droid is stuck on the M screen!!! ahhhhh
     
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    either way if he cleared cache, system, data, and boot either should work no?
     
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    That is correct I have been removing all of the other update.zip's after they didnt work
     
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    i think i see what is tripping you up. i am in clockwork recovery now...
    click install zip from sdcard
    choose zip from sdcard
    and find the update.zip
     
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    it is probably labeled update/ because mine is
     
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    I would if I could, my droid won't get off of the M screen now, and only when connected to a power source without that nothing even turns on
     
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    battery prob low now... you can plug it into a wall since you have the unroot file on their already
     
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    and a battery pull gets you off the m if u are stuck for a period of time.. just remember to hold x when you reinstall battery
     
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