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Old November 24th, 2011, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Confused Phone only reboots into ClockworkMod Recovery...

Please help! Ever since I updated my Superuser (and binary) my phone automatically goes straight into ClockworkMod Recovery every time I turn it off and back on. From here I can "reboot system now" and it runs as normal, but in the past it only launched into ClockworkMod Recovery if my battery had depleted completely.

I have Titanium Backup do an automatic reboot after backing up every night, and now that it boots into ClockworkMod my alarm doesn't go off in the morning. How do I make it so my phone reboots normally again?

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For starts, I'd turn off the reboot after backup until you get this resolved.

You might also try this: Superuser Update Fixer
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No luck...any other thoughts anyone?
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Old December 10th, 2011, 10:58 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Moving this to the root section.

I'd unroot, reboot, if everything seems ok, then reroot.

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I have seen this many times. Go into your Droid 2 Bootstrap and click on "bootstrap Recovery" but do not click on "Reboot Recovery". Restart your phone through the power button.

Your phone is doing this because that is how Droid 2 Bootstrap is designed to work. It will go into CWR on the first boot as a precaution in case something goes wrong with your phone and it won't boot.
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