Originally Posted by pedrodh
Yes, the uninstall just removes parts of the menu right now. In the next version I'll backup those files to be able to do a cleaner and proper uninstall. However, the people who have installed this version will not have those backups. There's two solutions, I provide the files (since they don't change that much from ROM to ROM) or they flash an SDB.
Any progress here? Because even when I installed 2nd init v2.0 from a virgin stock ROM it would only remove the custom recovery, not the custom boot menu. It kept complaining about missing bitmaps.
Of course I can flash a clean stock SBF if I need to restore my warranty, but it would be a lot easier if 2nd init could do it all by itself. Especially for people with exotic stock ROMs who have trouble finding a matching stock SBF now that megaupload and multiupload are dead.
S4 Mini, Galaxy Tab, Moto Defy (rooted, overclocked, undervolted, firewalled, adblocked, cyanogenmodded, xposed, etc.)
and a couple of ancient Symbian phones (hacked)