Droid BAD Custom OS


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    SmokemyPole88 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi I bought a Droid on eBay for $56. But it its running this custom firmware called Succulent Desire v7.0 that doesn't operate correctly.

    Can I delete SD 7.0 and Just be Able to run a stock 2.1 or 2.2 Android on the phone?

    If yes how do I go about doing this?

    I'm new to Android OS.
     

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    nightelvesreasy Well-Known Member

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    SmokemyPole88 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks man
     
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    jdailey1981 Well-Known Member

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    I can't wait to get my droid today an root it.
     
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    SmokemyPole88 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    If I was to reset the phone or update directly from it would this also get rid of this custom OS?
     
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    kinfolk248 Well-Known Member

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    if youre talking about doing a factory data reset then no, that will only delete user date such as apps, contacts, texts etc basically...it wont delete sdcard tho. to get rid of that rom youll need to do to the link provided above and flash stock or another rom...

    contacts will sync back to the phone if you have sync on also
     
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    SmokemyPole88 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok so is the 2.1 sp recovery sbf the stock Android 2.1 or is froyo?
     
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    by default "froyo" is 2.2
     
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    Wow, are there any more of these!? I'd buy a cheap, working Droid with a buggy ROM any day.

    You can also just download ROM Manager through the Market and download stock Eclair or Froyo through there. But if the current ROM doesn't operate as in you can't even get a data connection, then the SBF method is the easiest way to go.
     
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    SmokemyPole88 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well After Shipping it came out $64. But Still It was Cheap. The Droid works but has that Bad ROM and Bad ESN.

    But I was reading in the forums about RSD Lite. If I use RSD Lite to Install a Stock FROYO will this replace the buggy rom and delete all of data leaving it like a new droid?
     
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    If you flash a different ROM, froyo or whatever... then it will be a clean/virgin installation of that ROM but that only address's the ROM only.

    The ESN issue, if any, will still exist because if the ESN is blacklisted, then it will still be blacklisted. I know of two reasons that a ESN gets blacklisted ( there may be others )... If a phone is reported as stolen or if the original owner doesn't fullfill their contract obligation from when they first got the phone.
     
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    SmokemyPole88 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ya the ESN isn't the issue.. I can get on PagePlus or Flash it Metro PCS..

    The rom was the issue but now that you say it will be a virgin again then its ok. Wait will I have to set up it like if it was a new phone thou?
     

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