How to return to stock on DROID x, Unroot

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Ok,I had a problem with my call reception on my DROID x, long story short, Verizon is sending me a new one tommorow, so I need to indoor and return to stock ASAP, Im currently running the leaked gingerbread, im gonna try to figure this out on my own with these forums but any help would help me BIG TIME
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Ok,I had a problem with my call reception on my DROID x, long story short, Verizon is sending me a new one tommorow, so I need to indoor and return to stock ASAP, Im currently running the leaked gingerbread, im gonna try to figure this out on my own with these forums but any help would help me BIG TIME
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I have the same issue and would like to get help as well on how to leave Gingerbread on my Droid X and get back to 2.2.1 When I switched over I DID creat a backup. Now how do I use it to get back?? Thanks.,
 

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You guys need to SBF using the full 2.3.340 SBF and rsdlite 4.8 or 4.9
 

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You guys need to SBF using the full 2.3.340 SBF and rsdlite 4.8 or 4.9

Thank you for your quick reply....is there anywhere that I can get a set of directions on how to do that?

Thanks again!!
 

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Thanks. I did the following.........
Instructions:

  • Install RSD_Lite
  • Boot your phone into the bootloader using the previous instructions (Hold Down + Camera Button while holding power)
  • Connect phone to computer using USB Cable
  • Open RSD_Lite (you must run as admin for it to work, 4.8 automatically runs as admin I believe)
  • Click the “...” button and select the .sbf file you placed on your desktop
  • Click start to begin the flashing process after you've confirmed your device and .sbf file with RSD_Lite (sometimes changing the Device ID helps RSD_Lite find the device)
Then I did a complete Data Reset and now am waiting for my phone to sign in to google now. Did I miss anything and now will I get the auto update to GB when it gets launched by Verizon?
 

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Thanks. I did the following.........
Instructions:

  • Install RSD_Lite
  • Boot your phone into the bootloader using the previous instructions (Hold Down + Camera Button while holding power)
  • Connect phone to computer using USB Cable
  • Open RSD_Lite (you must run as admin for it to work, 4.8 automatically runs as admin I believe)
  • Click the “...” button and select the .sbf file you placed on your desktop
  • Click start to begin the flashing process after you've confirmed your device and .sbf file with RSD_Lite (sometimes changing the Device ID helps RSD_Lite find the device)
Then I did a complete Data Reset and now am waiting for my phone to sign in to google now. Did I miss anything and now will I get the auto update to GB when it gets launched by Verizon?

You should be all set and completely back to stock
 

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I believe you will get a Verizon request to update to gingerbread directly to your phone once gingerbread is officially released. Accepting the update will put you back to a unrooted condition. This is of course if my memory serves me correctly. I know for sure when I had my original droid rooted and romed update requests came to my phone until I either refused it for about 100 times (jk) or accepted it.
 
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theres actually a video on youtube..just type in "droid x sbf" and this dude gives you VERY detailed instructions..i actually had one quick question, i got my new droid x today from verizon, my old one is back to stock and all that mess, but when i turned my new one on and got it up and running, the market only downloaded the apps i purchased, i probably had 130 apps and only 15-20 paid ones, this isnt a huge deal or anything, just wondering out of curoisity it only downloaded the paid apps..
and btw my new droid x is SEXY, fresh out of the boxdancedroid
 
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