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General rom manager help

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by fenwaynomar45, Jul 1, 2010.

  1. fenwaynomar45

    fenwaynomar45 Well-Known Member
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    So I downloaded rom manager just to see what it was like. I installed Clockwork mod recovery... so now when i do the old fashioned end and up volume it brings me to something completely different then b4. I want to get rid of this and go back to what i had before? how do i do this? The second option from the bottom flash alternate recovery which i think would fix it is greyed out... any thoughts?
     

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  2. xx_bishop_xx

    xx_bishop_xx Well-Known Member
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    May want to post this in the root section for better results.

    http://androidforums.com/all-things-root-eris/
     
  3. What screen appears when you hold volume up and press power?

    Btw, this is the generic Eris section.. "all things root" would give you better results... hi xx_bishop_xx .. ;)

    http://androidforums.com/all-things-root-eris/
     
  4. fenwaynomar45

    fenwaynomar45 Well-Known Member
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    Thanks. it says clockwork mod recovery and the green is darker and its set up different.. so pretty much i dont feel comfortable with how it looks and want the old recovery image back... would removing all the things from my android sdk and redoing that step work?
     
  5. xx_bishop_xx

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    Great minds think alike....;)
     
  6. One thing about rooting that is nice is being able to just start over, and there is more than one way to do that.

    Uninstalling via Root Manager (system > apps > mount rw (button) > long press apps not wanted and select delete).

    I'd just flash a ROM I liked, tweak it for a while, do a nand backup and then go into sdk and scram everything I didn't want.
     

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