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By jmaxin07, Junior Member on 8th March 2012, 06:05 PM
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I have to send my Revo back to verizon and was wondering what the steps were that I need to follow in order for Verizon to not charge me for my replacement. Any help would be appreciated.
 
 
8th March 2012, 06:14 PM |#2  
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Install the stock zv7 zip in recovery, then run the all in one for stock recovery and unroot.

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Install the stock zv7 zip in recovery, then run the all in one for stock recovery and unroot.

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I am getting stuck on the unroot part.... It says "daemon started successfully" and then I let it go and it does nothing else... I really need some help because im running out of time before I have to send this phone back lol Please help!!!!!!!
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I am getting stuck on the unroot part.... It says "daemon started successfully" and then I let it go and it does nothing else... I really need some help because im running out of time before I have to send this phone back lol Please help!!!!!!!

Do you have USB debugging enabled and in internet connection mode?

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Do you have USB debugging enabled and in internet connection mode?

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For some reason it took my phone like 20 minutes to actually realize and show in the notification bar that it was in USB debugging mode lol.. But thats what the problem was! Thank you so much for your help MT!!
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What if you want all the apps you downloaded and stuff cleared it doesn't seem like the rom does that.
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What if you want all the apps you downloaded and stuff cleared it doesn't seem like the rom does that.

You could just uninstall them or wipe data.
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What if you want all the apps you downloaded and stuff cleared it doesn't seem like the rom does that.

Go to settings-privacy-factory reset and select to wipe the internal sdcard and you will be good to go!

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