Failed trying to UnRoot Unrevoked Help!


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  1. UrbanHillPG

    UrbanHillPG Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've been trying to unroot my phone to take it in for service. I am using Unrevoked Forever and S is Off. I tried unrooting using this method The Droid Demos Forum • View topic - [GUIDE] How to Unroot the EVO in 2 STEPS

    I tried applying the zip from Recovery but when i click on the zip file it quickly displays the status at the bottom and it disappears. It does not show the process of the zip being applied. I am using ClockworkMod Recovery v2.5.0.1 I dont know if this has anything to do with it but it seems like its the problem. Is there a way that i can remove ClockworkMod and apply another Recovery? Or do anyone have a better method?
     

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  2. wake69

    wake69 Well-Known Member

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    I used the ruu.exe, but you can download rom manager, and it will flash ra recovery and try that and see if it helps
     
  3. tsipa

    tsipa Well-Known Member

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    Just use the RUU... its easy and it will restore everything to stock.
     
  4. hellcatt

    hellcatt Well-Known Member

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    sadly thats not quite true.

    OP im having a similar issue that i posted here
    [Q] cant go into recovery - xda-developers.

    and like i say towards the end
    now again OP if you solve your problem please come back and post your solution
     
  5. tsipa

    tsipa Well-Known Member

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    The reason that this happened is because you flashed unrevoked forever. This will maintain S-OFF even if you unroot. The only way to get S-ON is to flash the S-ON zip in your custom recovery. Since you already unrooted, you now have the stock recovery. What you need to do is use unrevoked 3 (not 3.21) to get back root and a custom recovery, then flash the S-ON file in recovery. After this, it is safe to unroot and you will be back at stock.
     
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    busyychild Active Member

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    Had the same issue and resolved it with this last night. Worked perfectly!
     
  7. UrbanHillPG

    UrbanHillPG Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ok i did this and now im running the RUU.THANKS..Now could u tell me how could i update to Froyo? do i have to place a file in my SD card? if so where could i find this?
     
  8. tsipa

    tsipa Well-Known Member

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    If you are stock, you can just take an OTA update from Sprint.
     
  9. UrbanHillPG

    UrbanHillPG Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    No i did the Unrevoked im not sure which version i have.
     
  10. hellcatt

    hellcatt Well-Known Member

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    is unrevoked forever included in unrevoked 3.21? if its not then i did not use unrevoked forever.


    and busychild, what exactly did you do and where do i find unrevoked 3 not 3.21?
     

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