Unroot/Back to Stock (2.2) Without .sbf or RSD Lite - Droid 1 Only

Discussion in 'Rescue Squad Guides' started by jntdroid, Sep 14, 2010.

  1. teddyearp

    teddyearp Senior Member

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    Thank you very much for the compliment. And you're right I didn't think you were stealing my thunder, much . . . hehehehe just kidding. You did after all link my thread, and thanks again for that as well.

    I really just thought it interesting how the same basic outline for a guide came to two people. I was going in the same order, stock, SPR, and CWR recoveries. Made me re-write mine with stock recovery last. It'll be on my site only as it would definately be redundant to post mine here. It'll be linked in my sig after I get done proofreading it. Oh, but mine doesn't have the pictures, so you get all the kudo's for that (via MotoCache1).
     
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    I know other people have verified this works but I can add to that list. Used this method today to return my droid 1 and it worked with zero problems. Took all of 5 minutes maybe. Thanks for the awesome write up.
     
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    Simple. Easy. Perfect.

    Thank you very much for this, I applied themes and graphic packages that I didn't know and couldn't find how to uninstall, so I decided to start all over (from stock by taking out root). This should be what is stickied everywhere, because the other guide (http://www.droidforums.net/forum/hacking-help/37717-unroot-unbrick-using-sbf-post-ikithme.html) had a lot of people who were having problems wit hit, and made me have second thoughts about using their guide. Thanks again!
     
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    Thank you, I was planning to root my phone but I was not sure if I could if need be to go back to stock. I read other guides but this is the most simple way to do it. Now I can root!!!! dancedroid
     
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    overclock kernel

    If we r running an overclock kernel, using Clockwork, will this reset me back to the original stock kernel?
     
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    Will this replace custom recovery with stock recovery also??
     
  7. jntdroid

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    yes

    yes
     
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    This thread shoudl be made a sticky!!!! HOW TO UNROOT!

    Thanks a million for this thread, it worked perfectly for me using Clockwork recovery.
     
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    It is a sticky and has been for some time. glad it worked for you.
     
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    So this will erase any signs of my phone being rooted? Do I have to remove the apps that require root or is it all done for me? Sorry for the dumb question, but I have to bring it into verizon and plan to remove the sd card so I just want to be sure there is no trace of root on the phone
     
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    Yes, it will erase any signs that your phone is rooted. If you have root-only apps that were downloaded from the market, they will likely download again after you do this once you sign in (unless you uninstall them before you do this). But, all you have to do is uninstall them and you'll be fine. And if you're also planning to wipe your SD card, you should be more than good to go.
     
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    What if you just want to go back to stock, but still have your apps and settings, etc. i've always used titanium backup to get things working the way i like again after i try a new rom. But i don't think i'll be able to use titanium backup anymore? so there will be some work involved in getting things going again? just curious? and clueless! lol
     
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