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    blackwildcat_11 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    okay here is my problem.
    what i wanna do is restore my evo to factory settings.
    i have rooted my evo with unrevoked 3.
    ive read on other threads where is says that all you have to do is uninstall it on application manager. but the problem is that theres no unrevoked app on the list. and what i wanna do is remove clockworkmod recovery to like normal.
    im a neebie to all this tech stuff so im kinda lost. so i really need some help
    so please help me!
    Thank You
     

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    Zameus Well-Known Member

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    If you wan Factory Default settings follow this tutorial: How To: Unroot the HTC Evo | TheUnlockr

    However, READ READ READ until you fully understand what it is you're doing. I've never done it, but I've heard people have success with this method. GOOD LUCK!
     
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    blackwildcat_11 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    okay i tired the method you suggested but i got an error 171
    i remember when i was doing the unrevoked i had to do something with the HBOOT driver
    can that be the problem? if it is how do i undo it
     
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    Zameus Well-Known Member

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    Do you have USB debugging enabled? You may want to try a soft reset on the device too. Turn off the phone, remove the battery for 30secs. then reseed it back on, and turn the phone back on. Double check USB debugging is enabled. Good luck!
     
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    blackwildcat_11 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    okay i enabled the USB Debugging
    but now i got another error saying: Error[170] USB Connection
     
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    blackwildcat_11 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I believe unrevoked puts clockworkmod on your phone as the recovery image. If that's the case, one of the options on the recovery menu is "nandroid." Select that, and you'll see 2 options: backup and restore. The backup is saved on the SD card under a folder called /clockworkmod/backup.

    When you do a restore, the recovery image will allow you to pick a previous backup from that same location. It would be wise to test a backup and restore first before doing any drastic changes.
     
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    novox77 Leeeroy Jennnkinnns! VIP Member

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    Like I said in the other thread, I'm no expert with unrevoked3. But it seems proven now that you CAN do NANDroid backups with the clockworkmod custom recovery image. It's possible that unrevoked automatically does a nandroid backup as part of its process.

    So you should definitely check your sdcard for /clockworkmod/backup and see what's in there. You might have a 2.1 nandroid backup sitting there.
     

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