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    Due to various hardware issues, I will be sending by phone back to Verizon in about a week, under warranty. I need advice on what is the best way to unroot, uninstall clockwork recovery, and cover up my tracks so my warranty is still valid.

    Any ideas?

    Sent from my DROID2 GLOBAL
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    best option would be to sbf. that will leave it like new.
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    Easiest way would be to sbf.... if for some reason you don't want to then tell me and I can dig up the instructions for removing cwm (biggest pain about unrooting).

    Sent from my Liberated D2G
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    so sbf'ing it would basically restore to factory settings and uninstall clockworkmod?
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    yes, sbf then boot into stock recovery and wipe data/cache. That will restore it to just being sent from the factory.
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    boot into stock recovery...?

    by stock recovery do you mean clockwork?
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    No - stock recovery is not clockwork.

    Power off the phone. Press and hold "X" key. Power on the phone and keep pressing X. Once you get the triangle, release X and press the magnifying glass button. You will get the screen of stock recovery.
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    thanks, works perfectly
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    I need to unroot my moto droid 1 so i can return it under warranty tomorrow. Where can I find this sbf file? and what is the process to install it after I have transfered it to the phone?

    Thanks
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    I'm not very familiar with the Droid forum section, but there should be a sticky with the SBF.

    Sent from my DROID2 GLOBAL
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    Help!

    I need to send my D2 back to verizon. I rooted my phone a while back and I can't get the ninja super user app away from my phone. I have reset back to factory settings, i wiped all my info on my sd card and it is still there. PLEASE HELP!!!
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