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. furbearingmammal

    furbearingmammal DF Super Moderator

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    Yeah, I see that. That's weird. The last time I tried them they worked.

    As for custom ROMs all I'm going to say about what's changed is "a lot". Once you start flashing you'll be telling yourself "why did I wait THIS long?". :)
     
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    Haha, I'm sure I will. I can already notice some features I miss from Cyanogen.

    Just curious: what ROM are you using?
     
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    Is factory reset enough?

    My screen stopped working. Called Verizon and they had me do a factory reset. I haven't done anything else. Didn't do the wipe cache partition step. I am sending the phone back for a rebuilt (sure worried about their reliability from what I read). Will there be any evidence of rooting left on the phone after the factory reset?
     
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    Yes, unless you either SBF or follow this guide.
     
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    I was able to do the wipe cache partition, so I've done the wiping part indicated in the procedure. I had used nandroid to go back to stock before the phone failed. I am not sure what else the procedure asks me to do.
     
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    If you can boot into non-stock recovery you need to fix that.
     
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    jntdroid's description of the different recovery boot screens was very helpful and allows me to know that when I booted to recover, it was the stock screen that came up. Phew! Thanks all for your help.
     
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    Glad you're in a good place. :)
     
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    Just an FYI the Google Link is down, the DropBox is fine though... hopefully I can convince VZW That they need to give me an Incredible today since I've been through 4 Droids in the last 2 months, I'm kinda tired of this!
     
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    Yeah I'm tempted to nix this, especially since a new update is coming down the pipe and I don't have a D1 any more... though I guess I could link to the new update the same way, just someone else will have to provide the file.
     
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    Actually jnt, this method (and the one at my site) is still relevant to those who want to unroot for the latest update. Plus the OTA file we have been able to pull so far is ONLY for going from FRG22D to FRG83D, i.e. it's not a 'master' update file like the one used here, so technically it will not work like this one does.

    I also have the file used here in my file selection below.
     
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    i've read these instructions and i'm just about ready to do it because i sold the phone. i've manually deleted all my user installed apps and updates and the SD Card was reformatted.

    prior to doing this, i have the latest FRG83D update (2.2.1) installed, rooted. i see this file is the full stock 2.2 ROM.

    will there be any issue doing this since i'v installed 2.2.1 ? when the phone returns me to the android, i will power it down and package up. i don't want the future owner to run into an issue after activating it with the OS.

    also, i have SP Recovery, will this process return the phone to stock recovery ?
     
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    Nobody's willing to try to install FRG22D over FRG83D. Be the guinea pig -- and yes, the FRG22D update WILL replace recovery. It also installs a script that replaces recovery with stock if a non-stock image is installed.
     
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    i tried it and it worked ...

    booted up fine and displayed 2.2 FRG22D as the installed version.
     
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