Un-root Droid X. Liberty 2.0 to stock

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    I have Liberty 2.0 and i want to un-root my phone. Whats the process?

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    Use z4Root, I am pretty sure I cannot post a link here to get it. But get version 1.3.0 and it will ask for SU permission then it will give the option to unroot.
     
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    ok, here's a question that i hope you can answer. I recently had the gingerbread leak (deoxed .595) on my phone....had no room on sd card so i formatted everything. flashed sbf .340 back to my phone, am currently running rubix 2.0.1....have tried everything to try to put the gingerbread leak back on my phone.....can't do it, error messages, bootloop, everything....what else can i do? thanks for any help
     
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    To unroot GB or Froyo at this point the best method is to sbf back to stock 340 and this will leave you unrooted and able to take the next OTA at this point. Use RSD lite to sbf not madderstock340.zip for a complete sbf.

    If Bootloop:
    1. pull battery
    2. replace battery
    3. hold the menu button and then power button at the same time until the triangle appears. When it does release the two buttons and press the search button. This will get you into factory stock recovery.
    4. wipe data, cache, and reboot.
     
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