Thank you very much.
It's been driving me nuts that everytime I reboot my phone it goes to clockwork and I have to hit "reboot system" for it to start up.
Since I have to reboot frequently for the phone to function correctly it gets old.
Once if I can figure out how to get rid of Clockwork I'm taking it to Verizon. Which is why I want to eliminate root but I'm more afraid of SBF it.
05-19-2011 04:14 PM
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Yup, no problem...good luck with it
In case you'd like to answer another question.
It took what you told me but when I try the rm/system/bin/logwrapper line it says unknown.
In that link it's for bootstrapper not clockwork is the removal the same?
Yeah...that's how to remove bootstrap and clockwork recovery. Bootstrap installs clockwork, so it's the same...
Originally Posted by Transformed
You're following these instructions below exactly?
UNINSTALL the Recovery APK (Droid X Bootstrapper) in Settings, Applications
Run "mount -o remount,rw /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system"
Run "cp /system/bin/logwrapper.bin /system/bin/logwrapper"
I was following the instructions for clockwork removal off of roolers page and it is different than that. It has a few more lines.
Okay I followed that exactly and after the last line it says "logwrapper not found".
Okay, did you uninstall the bootstrap app first?
If you continue to have issues, I would suggest a sbf to wipe everything clean, rather than do it manually. A sbf is nothing to be scared of, as long as you have a well charged battery. Let us know, and we can help if you want to go that route. This is a really easy method...SBF live disc
Honestly, unless it works right away, it's just not worth spending hours to try to do the manual way when you can wipe it clean in 10-15 minutes.
I don't have the bootstrapper on my phone.
I uninstalled bootstrapper and unrooted like 3 weeks ago. Forgot to uninstall clockwork and it's been bugging me so I reinstalled Z4 just to get rid of clockwork.
I went through my settings>applications and did not see bootstrapper so it's not on my phone.
Can't I use the wipe data option on clockwork to return it to stock?
Jailbreaking my iphone was so.much simpler. Haha.
Looking at that SBF link there is no way I would attempt that. I also don't have the internet at home I do everything on my phone since I just moved so downloading big files would be a pain.
I know you're thinking I shouldn't have messed with it in the first place, it's okay. I feel that same way right now. Kind of want to run it over with my truck and take it to Verizon and use my insurance on it. Haha.
Alright, then do this...reinstall bootstrapper, open it and select "bootstrap recovery", then "reboot recovery". When it boots, select reboot now. Then uninstall bootstrap and try the instructions I gave again.
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