Root UnRooting Droid with ROM Manager Question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by msprygada, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. msprygada

    msprygada Member
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    I need to unroot my phone as I have a screen issue and need to take my original Droid in. I unrooted it using ROM Manager selecting the stock roms. When I selected the stock rom I left "superuser 2.2: unchecked and then downloaded the stock 2.2 rom and installed it with wiping the cache and data.

    My question is I still see the "superuser permissions" icon in the apps after I installed the stock rom. Does this mean I am still rooted?
     

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  2. SPITnFAME

    SPITnFAME Member
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    you prlly just have the stock rom but you might still need to actually unroot your phone, you can still be rooted with a stock rom
     
  3. stevenlong

    stevenlong Well-Known Member
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    Just need to find the stock rom that is not rooted and flash that one. I did this when the beta test for 2.2.1 came out.
     
  4. msprygada

    msprygada Member
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    Even though this superuser permissions icon is there, when I try to run SetCPU I cannot as it says that I do not have super user access. Not sure if they will notice the icon or not.... will see.
     

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