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[How-To]Un-Root your Droid X

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by HalfFrozen, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. HalfFrozen

    HalfFrozen Android Enthusiast
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    Just looking at helping people with a combination of threads from other forums to help users un-root.

    Apps I am using, and if you don't mind spending some money.
    (Let me say this, this made it so far beyond easy to reinstall system apps AS system apps, that I just took the jump to buy them)


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  2. HalfFrozen

    HalfFrozen Android Enthusiast
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    For people who are lazy and don't like clicking links...

    Un-rooting the Droid X
    Installing systems apps back as system apps
    And here is the list of all system apps.
  3. Lars

    Lars Android Expert

    Didn't we overwrite the orignal su? Doesn't that have to be put back?

    Why don't people just install superuser.apk from market or sd? That way it is registered properly vs droping it in behind the scenes?
  4. HalfFrozen

    HalfFrozen Android Enthusiast
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    The Original SU???

    If there was a SU why would we not use it??

    I am sure someone else could tell you a more in depth explanation, but, I am sure there is ALOT more to it then just DLing from the market.
  5. Lars

    Lars Android Expert

    Well the su we installed asks superuser.apk for permission. They are a matched pair from xda. We need both. Im wondering about the stock android su.
  6. HalfFrozen

    HalfFrozen Android Enthusiast
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    If it isn't in a "What you will need for un-rooting" guide, I am guessing it is still there then?? The SuperUser.apk file is just slipping through cracks of the security for the stock SU to be used by the end user.

    You know take what I am saying about all this SU stuff with a grain of salt, I mean, I may be right, but also, I am not a knowledgeable person when it comes to this kind of Android talk. lol

    I was just trying to post a guide to help kids out.. :p
  7. Lars

    Lars Android Expert

    Part of this is because I'm trying to work out a way for root to persist through the 2.2 ROM load.

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The Motorola Droid X release date was July 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, TI OMAP3630 processor, and 1540mAh battery.

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