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

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    I followed this guide and I think I downloaded a bad copy of the 2.2. I had clockwork recovery and went through the process but it went into boot loop. I am now at stock recovery and not sure what to do next. Suggestions?
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    did you wipe data and cache?
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    I did. Am I screwed? :)

    Can I go to factory reset? I got a droid x and wanted to unroot the phone back to stock to sell it.
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    no not at all. The nice thing about the droid 1 is that there are many ways to save it from the clutches of death. Are you able to boot back into recovery?
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    Yes, I can boot into stock recovery.
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    But it wont boot past the "M" screen? Or does it boot loop?
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    It boot loops the droid eye
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    ok boot into recovery, do these steps again


    • Power down your phone
    • Open your keyboard, hold down the 'x' key, and power on your phone while holding the 'x' key.
    • When you see the triangle with the exclamation point inside it, close the keyboard, hold down the volume-up button, and tap the camera button while holding volume-up. You should see a menu now - you use the D-pad on your keyboard to navigate and select on this menu - the phone's power button acts as a back button.
    • If you want to wipe your phone completely clean (I highly recommend, especially if you're returning your phone), choose "wipe cache partition", let it run, then choose "wipe data/factory reset" which will take you to a second window where you choose "yes -- delete all user data"... choose that, and let it run. This will wipe your phone of any apps and data associated with those apps that is not saved on the SD Card.
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    Worked perfectly! Thank you sir.
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    Awesome! No problem at all, glad you are back up and running.
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    can i use this as kinda like a backup?
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    Define what you mean as "a backup" in this context, because there is nothing in this guide that will back up your phone's current status.
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    Nice! I missed the Froyo update by a couple weeks because I had to leave the country. So this is awesome to have a copy of stock Froyo before I start messing with the Froyo custom ROMs. I was doing okay with the rooting Eclair for a little while, but when I couldn't find any kernels for it, decided to just start over with 2.2.
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    TinGodz, not to go too much off topic, but P3Droid's Eclair kernels are still available here:
    P3Droid Kernels

    And for the record, there's no real benefit to having stock FroYo if you want to mess with ROMs. As long as you're wiping between flashes you can move between any Android build without a worry. The D1 isn't the same as the X or 2 when it comes to the bootloader and updated signing keys. :)
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    Thanks for the information Fur.

    I actually tried P3Droid's site earlier, but the Eclair kernels are no longer available. I get a 404 error on every one.

    The main reason I want stock Froyo is because I'm not too big on the custom ROMs yet considering they add so many options to the phone. I really don't know what each ROM offers differently from the stock version. So it'd be nice to familiarize myself with Froyo to truly understand the upgrades/tweaks each custom ROM brings to the table.
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