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  1. bobo5884

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    Finally made the move and rooted! Cheated and used one of the one click jobs. No matter with recovery I flash, when I reboot, it goes to the stock one. What do I need to do? Thanks
     

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    Looks like that will do the trick, thanks. Ill report back in a bit
     
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    So I used this from the link....and it worked!

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    Originally Posted by patch [​IMG]
    EasyFix :p (and should be safer) will work for everyone. :) I've not testing since I still have the original Verizon recovery.

    1. Rename /system/recovery-from-boot.p to /system/recovery-from-boot.p.disabled (with RootExplorer)
    IMHO this a bug in ROM Manager and you will see it fixed eventually. There is a new feature in the official "Google Froyo" that they don't handle.



    Astro wasnt didnt have "permission" to change the file name so I used Android Mate (Free) and it asked for SU Perm. and was able to change it.
     

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