Strange thing with clockwork and the android with exclamation mark

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    OK, well, it sounds like you have everything working?

    For removing the two files, you can also try using estrongs (it has a root use option in the settings), or even use terminal emulator from the phone...

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    Well that is what I thought, man my phone is weird.

    Well thanks for the heads up on the estrong thin I was wondering how come I couldn't see my data folders and my root folder. Although the only thing is that they say it's only compatible with cm ROMs or HiAPK ROMs (never heard of them). Terminal emulator I just searched and comes up as an app on androlib so I guess I just impute adb shell in there then su etc?

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    You don't need to use adb from terminal emulator, since you are already working from the phone. Just use standard linux commands...
    cd - change directory
    rm - remove

    You may have to use su and the chmod commands to get permissions... (I don't use it that much). Typing su is a good way to make sure you still have root access...

    Try just using the basic rm command, and of that doesn't work, try the adb stuff I posted earlier without adb at the front...

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    Ok well in the terminal emulator at the top of the page when I launch the app it says $ export PATH=/data/localbin:$PATH the moves to the second line and gives me a $ then I input do I cd\ then go through all the commands you told me to
    mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system
    rm /system/etc/install-recovery.sh
    rm /system/recovery-from-boot.p

    Or just input the commands directly from there (not use cd\).

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    Just try the two rm commands first.

    I usually navigate to the folder, then just "rm <filename>", but if you are including the full file path in the rm command, it doesn't matter which folder you enter the command from (unlike adb and fastboot commands).

    Did you try su, to confirm you have su permissions?

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    Ok well I tried su I was then prompted by super user to allow super user permissions to terminal emulator I allowed it so I'm guessing that su is working fine and the prob was somewhere between my computer and the phone. But then the weird thing is that after entering su the next line started with a "#" instead of a "$" then I figure must be because it is working with su now so I inputted the first line

    mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock3 /system

    Then I was given another "#" to input my guess the second line you told me to. I'm just making sure I'm on the right track and telling you the su does work.

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    Yup, su command will change the prompt from $ to # so that you know you have su permissions...

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    Ok well I inputted the two lines but did not get a success message of any kind after either one was I supposed to?

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    No, unfortunately, you only get a message for an error. No news is good news...

    You can make sure the files are gone by navigating to the folder, and typing ls (list).

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    when you say type in the folder and then list do you mean

    /system/etc list

    because when I type that in it says permission denied

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