I’ve got to start this one off by saying, “You all officially owe me for this one!” That’s right, I got slammed with emails (Which I don’t mind!) after posting yesterday that ROM Manager had an update which included SPRecovery. Many of you were confused at how to utilize SPRecovery in ROM Manager to get back to stock Android 2.0.1 on your Droid and rather than work through each one of your comments individually, I figured another video tutorial should do the trick. And what I mean by “you owe me” is just that it was painful to return to stock after running CyanogenMod for a full week! Best ROM available hands down. 🙂
So here we go!
*Warning* – As always, you are performing these tasks at your own risk. We are not recommending that you do ANY of these, but simply providing information to you. There is a chance you could brick your phone, do other permanent damage and this will more than likely void your warranty. Please do as much research as you can beforehand. Droid Life is not liable for any of your actions.
1. Make sure you have the newest ROM Manager. (Go into market and check for updates.)
2. Make sure you have DM Updater installed: Download Link
Got questions? Drop them in the comments. We have a ton of people cruising these days that are more than willing to help you.