[Q] Erase CWM keep Root
I am trying to remove any trace of CWM on my rooted Galaxy S3. I rooted it using the Casual Root kit. I did not install CWM for a long time because I had no need of it. When I wanted it, I did not know I had to unlock the bootloader first. What I did was download the ROM Manager and installed CWM from there. It was a clueless move. When it didnt work, I went back to the Casual Rook kit and continued the steps in it to unlock the bootloader and install CWM Touch (I finally figured out that I needed to do it in that order).
Now when i boot into recovery via Rom Manager, I get this error:
# Manual Mode #
-- Applying Multi-CSC...
Applied the CSC-code : VZW
Successfully applied multi-CSC
This version of CWM is not the touch version provided by the Casual Root Kit. It is the original one i tried to install in Rom Manager. How can I erase all traces of CWM and CWM Touch and just use the kit. I dont want to flash back to stock, as i am just running the rooted stock.
Thanks in advance. Also, if this is in the wrong thread, let me know where I need to put it.