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Tried rooting, want back to stock. Unrooted - Still Jrummy bootlogo? How to remove?

Discussion in 'Droid X Hacks' started by Yazzinit, Jan 9, 2011.

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    So I read up about rooting, tried some roms, didn't want to get too into it right now. So I unrooted and went back to stock. Still getting the JRummy bootlogo before the Droid Eye comes up. How do I remove the JRummy logo?
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    Just to add, I restored to a backup I made just after rooting. I rooted with z4root, then used bootstrap to make a full backup. I restored to that, still have the JRummy logo on bootup as the first thing
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    Did you factory reset and wipe data prior to going back?

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    No, I tried that after restoring the backup. I ended up restoring with the maderstcok zip to go back to everything prior. Probably an easier way somehow, but this worked.
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    Ok good. Im glad you got back to where you wanted.

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