Motorola Droid X :: Remove Root

Oct 20, 2010

I'm trying to remove my root. I had tried to remove root using SuperOneClick but it said superuser not on this device, even though it was. After a ton of work I finally FINALLY got superuser.apk off of the phone. Now what do I have to do next to finish unrooting my phone?

Motorola Droid X :: remove root

Motorola Droid X :: Remove Root From 2.1 - Currently In 2.2

Sep 28, 2010

So my phone was rooted using 1 click method during 2.1. However, my phone is now in 2.2. I did a hard/factory reset. Apparently that didn't remove Superuser permission. Residual root files are still there. I made sure to untick the option to back up my settings. So... I'm guessing I have to manually get it out. Any ideas how I can do it now? I'm looking to root 2.2 but I think it's best if I start fresh.

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Motorola Droid :: How To Remove Traces Of Root?

Sep 21, 2010

I'm developing the Soup or Root program for droids (computer-based, no apk yet sorry) as we all know, but I'm getting so tired of having to reflash my Droid to stock ROM over and over and over! I'm now working on Soup or Root 2.0 which means I'm going to be rooting my droid multiple times again to test effectively, but I really really really like the custom ROM and settings and everything I have on there now. Is there a way that I could save my Droid's current state exactly how it is as a flash able ROM for when I'm done testing, just flash to this ROM and I'm back to what I like? That way I could flash to stock ROM, root test, reflash stock ROM, root, repeat until testing is complete, then flash to my current state (ROM backup) and be happy with my Droid? Maybe I could get the droid simulator on my computer to be recognized by ADB, what do you think? That would save me all trouble of confusing the crap out of my poor Droid!

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Motorola Droid X :: Remove Motoblur With Root

Jul 31, 2010

I know that for example the Droid X has motoblur, and the bootloader hasn't been figured out yet, so you can't use custom roms. However, can root access allow someone to remove motoblur, or is that impossibe still?

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Motorola Droid : How To Remove APP2SD / Retaining Root?

Jun 5, 2010

Any idea how to remove APP2SD and partition off my droids sd, and get back to the rooted but stock SD size?

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Motorola Droid X :: Does Software Update Kill And Remove The Root?

Nov 21, 2010

Will software update kill And remove the root in the droid x

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Motorola Droid X :: Unroot - Remove Root Fully From Phone?

Nov 21, 2010

Can anybody tell me how to unroot or remove the root fully from the phone??

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Motorola Droid X : Looking For Some Info From Pros / Remove Bloatware After Root

Oct 1, 2010

i would like ot root my X so i can get rid of bloatware, and maybe increase my battery life, change fots etc. i had a couple questions, adn i cant seem to find a straight answer. could you call help me? here a goes.

what is the Easiest way for me to root my X? so i have to install a recovery first? How do i remove the bloatware after i root?

where is is there a list of Great working ROMS for my rooted X? is there a Stock Rom on here somewhere ot DL also? so i can have a clean slate. i read that my X bootloader is locked. what does that prevent me from doing?

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HTC Droid Eris : Way To Remove Phone Lock Screen With Root?

Mar 16, 2010

I have the 2.1 leak, so I can't root....yet. I was wondering if, as root, the HTCLockScreen.apk could be removed. If it could be removed, would the stock android lock screen take over?

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Motorola Droid :: Root 2.1 -> OTA 2.2 -> Lost Root But Superuser Permission Icon Still Appears

Aug 11, 2010

Here is the scenario:
Motorola Droid - Original

1. Rooted 2.1, then
2. OTA Stock Update to 2.2, then
3. Seem to have lost root, However - I still have the Superuser Permissions Icon.

I use Barnacle for WiFi Tether - I get a "Permission Denied" error when I try to start the application. I also went into the terminal emulator and tried an "su" which also gave a permission denied response. I tried "sudo" and also got permission denied response. Others have told me this is common with this progression of events. However, How do I now ROOT 2.2 in this scenario?

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Motorola Droid :: Easy Root App On The Market Can Now Root Stock Froyo

Aug 5, 2010

I just rooted my stock froyo with it! If this has already been discussed.

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Motorola Droid :: Root-unroot Then Force Upgrade To 2.1 - Want To Root Again Back To 2.01

Apr 3, 2010

I used DroidMod to root when I had 2.01. When 2.1 became available, I "un-rooted" then forced update to 2.1. Well to be honest, it is really slow and laggy. I now want to go back to DroidMod, but nothing I have tried seems to work.

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Motorola Droid X :: Root Vs 2.2 - How Will Root Effect Froyo Update

Aug 2, 2010

If i root my new X and then 2.2 comes down? does it not upgrade? de root? what?

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Motorola Droid :: Root Problems - App - No Root Access

May 10, 2010

I'm trying to gain root and having some problems...

I had my droid rooted for some time, running droid mod 1.0. All was well until recently the battery life turned to shit (followed all guides to resolve recent OTA update issues, but still shitty.) Because of this, I decided I would go back to stock, since I couldn't justify the rom's features if the battery would kick out after 16 hours. So I returned to stock no problem and received the OTA to upgrade to 2.1.

After getting the upgrade to 2.1, I wanted to at least have root access to run a few programs. I followed this guide:

to get SPRecovery back on my phone. Everything went well, it all checked out. After that I used SPRecovery to install the root This worked fine, the root access app is in my tray and everything seems to be fine... HOWEVER when opening programs that require root access (setcpu and adfree are the ones I've tried) they say I don't have root access. I have tried reinstalling the file to no luck. USB debugging is ON. Is there a special to gain root on 2.1 (I saw no posts about that)? Is there some setting I missed this time around that I didn't the first time I rooted?

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Motorola Droid :: Should Wait For 2.1 Then Root Or Root Now?

Feb 10, 2010

I have the Droid should I wait for 2.1 and then root or root now?

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HTC EVO 4G :: After Root - Remove Bloatware

Jun 3, 2010

I'm new to android and the whole rooting process. After I root my Evo how do I remove the bloatware sprint includes.

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Samsung Captivate :: Remove Root

Jul 20, 2010

I rooted my captivate and now need to return the phone back to AT&T for a hardware defect - how can i remove root?

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General :: Will Upgrading To ICS Remove The Root

Jul 12, 2012

Upgrading my Rooted LG Nitro HD to the Leaked Android 4.0.3 (ICS)

My main question is will my root be lost when I root. & If so I would also like to know will I loose the ability to tether as well?

It took me some time to figure out to tether without that blasted AT&T warning coming up saying I didn't pay for the service. I use Straight Talk on my LG Nitro HD so I can't activate it any other way.

So I guess to summarize I want to know if I upgrade, will loose my root? & If I do loose the root, will the settings I modified be restored to AT&T default shutting down my tethering ability?

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HTC Incredible :: How To Remove Visual Voicemail After Root?

Jul 25, 2010

I have root. Now how do I go about removing Visual Voice Mail? I already removed CityID and Footprints but I can't seem to find any tutorials for removing VVM. And as a side note, I'm surprised that Google Voice doesn't integrate more on this phone. I mean, it's a Google phone/OS, why not incorporate it seamlessly? Is there a way to have like a notification "star" on the Voice icon when I have new voice mail? I don't really like having notifications delivered to me via gmail.

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Android :: How To Remove Apps Installed From Root?

May 19, 2010

I installed some apps via my root and they are bogging down my phone so I want to get rid of them but I'm not sure how to do so. I'm not talking about "pre-installed" apps. Ive pretty much avoided my poor droid like a plague because of this so..

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Android :: Way To Remove Apps Installed From Root?

Feb 15, 2010

Hey, guys I installed some apps via my root and they are bogging down my phone so I want to get rid of them but I'm not sure how to do so. I'm not talking about "pre-installed" apps. Ive pretty much avoided my poor droid like a plague because of this.

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Samsung Fascinate : How To Remove Root Video?

Nov 16, 2010

So I was curious on the In's and out's of removing root and I came across this video on the youtubes. It seems simple and straight forward. So if anyone was curious on how to remove root this seems super easy. If any of you gurus (looking at you saps and nitsuj17) can confirm this is a good way to do this that would be awesome.

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HTC Incredible : Way To Remove Stock App's With Root Explorer?

Sep 11, 2010

I found this online while researching how to remove bloatware off my phone. It's written for the Samsung Moment, but is there any reason why this wouldn't work for the Incredible? Removing stock apps with Root Explorer Tutorial @ Tutorial - Talking about Gadget and Computer Freak I am also seeing many people who use Titanium Backup to remove unwanted app's. It seems that Titanium will only delete them, not move them, but if you know you'll never want it again wouldn't that be okay? For app's like CityID or VZ Nav that you will never use or want?

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General :: How To Remove Process Checks For Root In App

Aug 21, 2013

Is there any way to remove the process that checks for root in an app? If decompiling an apk where would this be?

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HTC Incredible :: Cannot Remove Stock Applications With Root Explorer

Aug 3, 2010

I am trying to remove some of these stock apps like cityid and amazonmp3. What I did was created a folder on my SD "deleted" and I was copying the applications I didnt not want from /system/app. So I moved amazonmp3.adk and cityid.apk to the deleted folder. When I look in the app folder they are gone but when I look under my apps from the home screen they are still there. So I reboot and when i go back into /system/app the apps are mysteriously back.

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HTC Incredible :: Downgraded To Remove Root - Can't Update To Froyo

Sep 4, 2010

I have followed every guide that I can find. I cannot get my phone to either receive the OTA update and I cannot get it to update manually. This is the error that I get:

assert failed: file_getprop ("/system/build.prop","") == "verizon/inc/inc/inc:2.1-update1/ERE27/161494:user/release-keys" || file.getprop ("/","") == "verizon_wwe/inc/inc/inc:2.2/FRF91/231334:user/release-keys

E:Error in /sdcard/
(Status 7)
Installation aborted.

I had a stock Incredible that I rooted with Unrevoked3. I then ran Unrevoked Forever on it and then downgraded to remove root. I placed the 2.2 Update on the sdcard and went through the recovery menu to select it and then try to install it. The above error is what I get everytime I try to update. This is also the same error I got when I tried to accept the OTA when I was rooted (in my grogginess in the morning when I woke up and saw the OTA, I just kept hitting ok having completely forgotten about my phone being rooted). I don't know much about coding other than the little I use to do with Java/C++/HTML in school, but what I am getting out of this is my phone does not like the 2.2 update file. I am assuming that it may have an MD5 Hash in verifying/installing the file that it does not like?

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 :: Root / Can't Remove Apps / Way To Fix?

Aug 26, 2010

hey guys i rooted my x10 with x10app root, now i uninstalled office,moixer mail and facebook, i want to uninistall apps 3mobil-tv and 3navigator but i can't even i have root super user access ?how to remove them

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General :: How To Root GS2 T989 - Remove Bloatware Apps

Dec 19, 2011

step by step instructions on how to root my t mobile version galaxy s2. I've never done this before. And how do I remove bloatware apps?

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Motorola Droid :: How To Remove SU?

Nov 18, 2010

I was rooted and then not and then again and then not and now I'm back on my "not rooted" kick. I have actually found the phone quite snappy without root and have had no issues since unrooting. This morning I was doing some house cleaning and found that SU is still installed on my phone. I tried to uninstall and got the Uninstall Unsuccessful message. Can someone walk me through uninstalling this app? I have the Android SDK tools installed and have used them, although I am by no means an expert or even a casual user, so be gentle. I am assuming that I will be able to remove the app through some sequence of adb commands.

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Samsung Moment :: How To Remove Stock Apps Using Root Explorer?

Apr 14, 2010

Does anyone know how to remove the stock apps using root explorer? I search for the app and delete the .apk but the app stays in my app drawer after reboot. What am i doing wrong?

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