how to flash back to my 2.1 image after 2.2d


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  1. katoom400

    katoom400 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    please forgive my newbieness in the rooting area.

    I finaly decided to root via easy root and everything worked just fine, I used clockwork recovery to create an image on my sd card. then I kept getting the message every few minutes for the froyo update.

    after doing some reading most people thought that it was ok to let it try and update in order to get rid of the annoying update available message. it was thought that clockwork would block the update on the reboot.

    not so, 2.2 did sucessfully install and of course I lost root.

    I tried to "re root" using easy root but it will not accept my code, and I see on therir webpage that 2.2d is not supported yet

    I need to know how to flash back to the image I have on my sd card as I can't take the slow, buggy 2.2d any longer.

    Thanks,

    Andy
     

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    gnath9 Well-Known Member

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  3. katoom400

    katoom400 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    yes, saw the guide, but that seems to show you how to root 2.2 and install custom rom.

    I want to root and install the 2.1 image I made using the clockwork?
     
  4. Somniferum

    Somniferum Well-Known Member

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    Once you regain root, you should be able to boot into ClockworkMod Recovery at that point and restore your 2.1 nandroid backup.
     
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    katoom400 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok, sounds like a plan.

    after I regain root, how do I boot into the clockwork recovery?
     
  6. Somniferum

    Somniferum Well-Known Member

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    Install ROM Manager from the market, and use it to install ClockworkMod Recovery. Then choose the option to reboot into recovery.
     
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