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Old March 5th, 2011, 12:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So my friend rooted my G2, well i started having keyboard issues and now i have to send it in and boom. He is nowhere to be found. So i am trying to unroot it and put it back to stock. I have everything else done except when i shut the phone off and plug it in it goes into recovery mode (clockwork)! How do i get it to stop doing such? Thanks

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I can't help you but I do have the same issue. . . but mine started after I installed a track pad wake program and then updated my ROM manager now every time it dies or turns off it starts in clockwork recovery mode. . . Any suggestions would be appreciated
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Old March 13th, 2011, 01:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I can't help you but I do have the same issue. . . but mine started after I installed a track pad wake program and then updated my ROM manager now every time it dies or turns off it starts in clockwork recovery mode. . . Any suggestions would be appreciated
Is that the trackpad wake from xda? I've been looking for that, would you be able to post a link??

Sorry I can't help either of you on the issue you are having. Mine does the same thing, and I haven't tried to undo it yet. If I had to guess, I'd venture to say you need to find a copy of the stock rom, complete with stock recovery partition. You can probably find it or more info on your issue on xda.
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I would maybe try a file manager like Linda Manager and see if you can access and delete it that way
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So my friend rooted my G2, well i started having keyboard issues and now i have to send it in and boom. He is nowhere to be found. So i am trying to unroot it and put it back to stock. I have everything else done except when i shut the phone off and plug it in it goes into recovery mode (clockwork)! How do i get it to stop doing such? Thanks


I had the same issue. Moved app to SD and removed SD card. If it happens to reboot into recovery (mine did), follow the steps for the Hboot and fastboot. Works fine now.
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