- Dec 19, 2009
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I don't mean to go against the grain here, but I've had experience with RSD Lite since v2.x. Anyways if a person needs to unroot their phone, I've added a new link in my sig for doing so. It's a guide here that I wrote by request of pc747. IMHO using RSD Lite should be almost a last resort as the usage of it varies so much now that we have Vista and Win7; both 32 and 64 bit. It was bad enough when we had to specify that it only worked with WinXP SP2.
Anyways, you ARE stock now. If you want to root, follow the link in dlwhtrose's signature. Read the whole thing, realize it's not foolproof, you'll need to use only box option 01 and box option 05. That alone will not root your phone. Then if you like go to my guides in my sig and use the one to root and install busybox manually.
@ dlwhtrose, your repeat I agree to somewhat as indicated above. The only problem is that the thread linked in your sig needs to be updated for the Froyo builds. I.e. no one can use the SPRecovery_ESE81.sbf (the original name) file if they are on unrooted FRG01B. Or worse botched unrooted froyo using EasyRoot. SPRecovery_ESE81.sbf was ONLY designed for UNROOTED 2.1/ESE81 people.
The OP hasn't been back, so we can hope he is on the right road. Nice to see Doug here, though.
Thanks. I did a whole write up about manually flashing recovery, making sure su was in /system/bin and with the right permissions blah blah blah. Like the old ways. Then i re-read about the device being on 2.2(head-slap) and thought the old method would never work what was I thinking. Been away from the moto world for to long. Just last week I rooted a d1 for the first since the old update.zip and manually flashing recovery. You Droid people have it to easy now