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I went though with flashing SBF and now everything is back the way that I want it. Again I really appreciate all the help that everyone has provided.
 

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No problem, that's what DF is all about :)
Glad you got everything fixed up

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The other method is to download the latest SPRecovery image which is called "recovery-0.99.3b.img" and download flash_image. Put flash_image into the /system/bin directory of your Android phone and put the recovery img on the root of your sd card then use adb or a terminal emulator and type:
Code:
su
flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery-0.99.3b.img
reboot recovery

I used Root Explorer to copy the flash_image file to /system/bin since Root Explorer gives you a button to toggle the system between read-only and read/write modes plus R.E. gives you the ability to easily set file permissions.

For the code part I used Better Terminal Emulator Pro, but I expect most terminal emulators will work.

Personally I find this method to be easier than flashing an sbf file but that's just my opinion. Whatever method you feel most comfortable with probably best.
 
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