Root Exteranal Speaker not working, sending back to VZW, how to unroot

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ralphtrent, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. ralphtrent

    ralphtrent Well-Known Member
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    Title says it all, how do I unroot so I can send back with out headache?

    build FRG22D

    Thanks
     

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  2. vincentp

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    I've seen this asked a lot lately.. these Droids have self destruct mechanisms in them or something?

    Anyways, go to the root guide thread. It's the only stick up there in this form. There's a link in it to the "Guide to all things root related" which includes instructions on how to flash a stock image to your phone.
     
  3. ralphtrent

    ralphtrent Well-Known Member
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    Thanks that was easy :). Its so frustrating having the phone and then it breaks out of the blue. Especially when now i have to get a refurb after paying full price originally. :-(
     
  4. vincentp

    vincentp Well-Known Member
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    You might get lucky (or unlucky, depending on how you see it) and get a Droid 2, I've heard some people are being told that they're out of D1 refurbs and are receiving D2's instead.
     
  5. The_Chief

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    How long have you had the phone, if you don't mind my asking? :thinking: I've had mine since Launch Day and still no problems (knock on wood). Just concerned that maybe they're programmed to break at the one-year mark, the day after the warranty expires and yours went early :rolleyes:
     
  6. razorclose

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    Not to be an ass, but maybe it has something to do with rooting it? :rolleyes:
    I'm just saying that maybe your phone didn't like the kernel or ROM you're running. I know with my Eris, that when I was running some ROMs, the audio would work for a little bit and then die. But this was fixed by simply flashing a different ROM. Just thought I'd add my 2
     
  7. ralphtrent

    ralphtrent Well-Known Member
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    I got it in march 2010. So I can't speak to the one year .
     
  8. ralphtrent

    ralphtrent Well-Known Member
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  9. ralphtrent

    ralphtrent Well-Known Member
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    Luck and I are enemies but hopefully he will be civil this time ;-) the tech didn't mention anything about it being a d2 so we will wait and see
     
  10. razorclose

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    Gotcha, hope everything goes well with your new phone acquisition! :)
     
  11. Sam Voss

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    Wow, kinda makes me nervous to root my own droid lol, but im still trying to figure out if i really want to... haha
     

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