Uninstall clockworkmod and return to stock recovery

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    Android Master rugmankc's Avatar
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    Do you have debug checked on phone, look over link I posted on how to use adb.

    You need to be in bootloader by holding down trackball and pwr at same time to allow you to type fastboot devices after you type your path to the tools folder to see if your phone is being seen by adb shell.


    You need to be in recovery on phone to use adb to type adb devices to again list phone followed by recovery. Get there by holding down vol- and pwr at same time for a few seconds.

    Pic is my tools folder, you need to have put fastboot there when you installed SDK. And other is how I get out of ADB, so i can disconnect phone properly.

    Below notes are how to get to bootloader, your path to tools may be different than mine. You type adb devives after tools with a space first. Do the same when you type fastboot devices above.

    Open SDK
    Type cd\android
    cd\android\android-sdk-windows
    cd\android\android-sdk-windows\tools


    After you boot into fastboot by holding down volume down and power click on fastboot and go into bootloader




    These instructions may be better read if you find a rooting guide from awhile back or review some adb guides.

    I think you are just not set up right. I am not good at this, sorry if poorly explained.
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    thanks man, i actually just booted into recovery and found out that one of my previous attempts had worked and i have the stock recovery back! awesome i can stop stressing out now haha. thank you guys for all the help!

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    Glad you got it
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