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    Did you attempt to un-install Bootstrap Recovery ? - Even if you un-install the app, it doesn't remove ClockworkMod from the phone. There are specific instructions for removing Bootstrap/Clockwork mod in one of the earlier replies. To do that you'll need to buy an application called RootExplorer from the market. It's a few bucks but it's the only way short of an SBF to remove ClockworkMod from the phone.

    The error your getting is from a script file that Bootstrap recovery installs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshw0000 View Post
    After the phone has successfully booted, open droid x bootstrap, click "bootstrap recovery", click ok on the pop-up box, now click "reboot recovery". It will boot you to the screen you're trying to get rid of but just trust me and do it. Now click thr camera button and the phone will reboot normally. Your phone SHOULD reboot normally from now on.

    I could tell you the technical reason why this works for most people but I'm sure you don't care. Let me know if it works for you!

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    I did what you said and it still boots the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by cynkrzy View Post
    Did you attempt to un-install Bootstrap Recovery ? - Even if you un-install the app, it doesn't remove ClockworkMod from the phone. There are specific instructions for removing Bootstrap/Clockwork mod in one of the earlier replies. To do that you'll need to buy an application called RootExplorer from the market. It's a few bucks but it's the only way short of an SBF to remove ClockworkMod from the phone.

    The error your getting is from a script file that Bootstrap recovery installs.
    I installed RootExplorer now how do I get rid of clockworkmod

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    Quote Originally Posted by Droid-Xer View Post
    How to remove Droid X Bootstrap through ROOT EXPLORER

    Uninstall bootstrap app first
    1. Click mount r/w
    2. DELETE
    a) system/bin/hijack
    b) system/bin/logwrapper
    3. RENAME
    a) system/bin/logwrapper.bin
    4. TO
    a) system/bin/logwrapper
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    Ok I did all that and IT WORKSSS!! Now can I just un-root and not have to deal with this crapola?

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    You don't need to unroot. If you do, you won't be able to use any apps that need root access if you have any...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinrichmond View Post
    You don't need to unroot. If you do, you won't be able to use any apps that need root access if you have any...
    Yeah, i dont think im ever rooting or messing with my phone again, im not too great when it comes to thinks likes this

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    Sounds like you just need to sbf. Then you are back to out of the box
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    If you rooted with z4, there is an unroot option. Honestlly though.. if you install bootstrapper again I have a feeling it would just work how its supposed to. Just so you know, bootstrapper will always boot into recovery if the battery fully dies or you remove the battery and put it back in, other than that it should boot up normally. I usually install rom manager and use it to flash clockwork mod.. I think that might also fix your bootup problem.. its not advised to actually use ROM manager but using it just to do that once should be a fix. Good luck to you.

    I suggest reading a bit so you are, more familiar and comfortable with the benefits of root, if you want to go that route. If not, there's no harm in just running stock.. alot of people do. Here's some info;
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