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Root Bootstrapper

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by hen23, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. hen23

    hen23 Member
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    I installed the droid x boot strapper from koush and now I would like it to go away. I used it to restore the themes to default, but now everytime i restart my phone the boot loader comes up. If i bring the phone back to a verizon store, I would like them not to know i rooted. The boot loader would give that away tho. Is there anyway to make the boot loader not start up?

    I tried uninstalling and un rooting but it always starts up. Any ideas
     

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  2. UPEngineer

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    If you are rooted, use root explorer and make system/bin r/w

    delete the hijack file (some say you don't have to do this).

    delete the logwrapper file and then rename logwrapper.bin to logwrapper.

    Make the directory r/o again and reboot
     
  3. hen23

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    Alright, I have the root explorer. It is called SUFBS right?

    If that is it, I dont really know how to work it.

    How do I make that file? And how do I delete the hijack file and where do i find the logwrapper to rename it?
     
  4. UPEngineer

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    It is called Root Explorer.

    Run the application.

    Navigate to the /system/bin directory.

    In upper right hand corner, press Mount R/W.

    Long press on hijack and delete.

    If you have a logwrapper.bin and logwrapper listed, long press on logwrapper and delete. Longpress on logwrapper.bin and rename to logwrapper (delete the .bin from the name).

    Press Mount R/O in upper right hand corner.

    Reboot
     

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