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  1. dustinweim

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    how do i know for sure that i am not rooted any more, the superuser is gone my build# is ese81 and firmware is 2.1-update1
    is this right
     
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    that is correct sir
     
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    thanks for the quick response
     
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    You got it!
     
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    I've heard about pieces of custom roms getting left behind. This thread is relavent to my interests. If this is true, how can you be sure that they are gone also?
     
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    go through your sd card, look at all files and folders make sure nothing is left on it, such as clockwork mod, nandroid and such
     
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    I mean in the phone's main storage? If I go through it now, I can still see parts of BB in there, even though I'm running simply stunning. And I did wipe data and cache before the update. I'm not trying to go stock at the moment, but I may need to one day. Thanks :D
     
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    when i am read to go in i will wipe my sd card or switch sd cards
     
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    if you are looking to go to stock ever, and you want to wipe everyhting just a master reset, will delete everything and do complete stock
     
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    Are you certain? It will send it back to the exact state as when I took it outta the box? No pieces of files? No root? Ready to go back to verizon?
     
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    how do i do a master reset
     
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    power off the phone > slide open the keyboard > hold the "x" button while turning the phone on > continue to hold the "x" until it starts the bootloader > use the volume keys to scroll down to factory reset > hit the camera button to select it