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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sheslykeomg, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. sheslykeomg

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    I searched for this, but the only ones I found were for the Droid/Droid X. After having Motofrenzy installed for a bit, I realized that I really miss the use of my camera. The camera in Motofrenzy is WAY too blurry for anything to be noticed. Can someone explain to me how I can either unroot my phone entirely, or just uninstalled Motofrenzy and go back to stock? :)
     

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  2. Szadzik

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    Simply go to stock SBF and you will loose root.
     
  3. TelusMilestone

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    Do you know if you go back to stock and send it in for repair will they know you have previously rooted the phone?
     
  4. Szadzik

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    Nope. Of course you have to use a non-service SBF.
     
  5. sheslykeomg

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    So basically do the exact same steps I did to install Motofrenzy, but with the stock one? I'm slightly confused as this is the first time I even rooted my phone. Sorry for the slight ignorance. ;x
     
  6. Szadzik

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    Yes, just use RSD Lite to lash the stock SBF.
     
  7. sheslykeomg

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    Do I have to download the stock SBF, or should it already be on my phone? Thanks for answering my questions, by the way. :)
     
  8. TelusMilestone

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    You need to download it here
     
  9. mr.cruz

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    Okay i have to trouble shoot with verizon because i want to replace my phone and i have unistalled all my thems return to normal but now i want to unroot it so when i download the file you provided do i unziped or do i go to recovery mode to install it? and which file do i choose because i see more than one version ? i have a droid x 2.2. please help me thanks
     
  10. sheslykeomg

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    I'm starting to feel silly, but if I have a Telus Milestone in Canada, which one should I download to put it back to where it was? o_O
     
  11. TelusMilestone

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    This is the one you will need to use. This version is 3.11

    If you have problems with this one you can load the previous version 3.10 and then move on to the 3.11.

    Download it here
     
  12. TelusMilestone

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    I believe but could be wrong that you will need a different file. The one I listed below for sheslykeomg is for the HSPA(3G) Telus Milestone. Which is the one I own and know about. Droid X I heard is the USA version of the Milestone which is CDMA so these files will not work for you. Sorry I can't help you further on that one maybe Szadzik will see this and help you further.
     
  13. TwinDragons

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    @TelusMilestone: They're completely different phones. Google it. The USA version of the Milestone is the original Droid which was released way before the Milestone. The Droid X has a larger screen and a newer processor compared to the Milestone.

    @mr.cruz: You should have posted in the Droid X forum. But you can download the SBF for you Droid X from here: sbf:droidx [And Developers]
     
  14. TelusMilestone

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    I didn't need to know mr.cruz did.
     
  15. mr.cruz

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    Thanks. Twin and Telus
     

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