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    Default Returning your Motorola Atrix completey back to Stock.

    Motorola has issued a way to return your Atrix back to the stock firmware. So if your hassling around and doing a little trickery (might I add), you can be safe to know there is an official way of returning your beloved Atrix back to the OEM Factory Software. Whats good about this is you dont have to worry about attempting to flash the sbf file. Moto has provided this for you. Head on over to Motorolas Forums and follow the link that they have to offer.

    Motorola Support Forums: Get your AT&T phone on official Motorola software

    Big Thanks to Jonathan for the tip!
    Just swapped out the Xoom Tablet for an IPhone. I never ever thought I would get an IPhone. Im currently eating my words. Apple has a lot going on here....Im loving both platforms.
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    Note, only for AT&T Atrix owners at this point.
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    I'm a Droid X owner, so this wouldn't work for me, but I see this as a real positive for Motorola, having them offer assistance, rather than punishment to their customers, who may have experimented with their phones, and want to return to a stock install. It certainly should enhance customer satisfaction.

    It would be great to see them expand it to all current smartphones.
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    Its a good posibility they might. I guess the Atrix is setting the mark and hopefully they can make this happen with all of there motorola devices. Its good to know there doing something though.
    Just swapped out the Xoom Tablet for an IPhone. I never ever thought I would get an IPhone. Im currently eating my words. Apple has a lot going on here....Im loving both platforms.
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    Will this remove rooting?
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    It failed!
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    Default will this work for Att 1.5.7

    hello iam on motorola att 1.5.7 updated from 1.2.6 will this work for me? because i have not been able to flash SBF, also will it bring me back to 1.2.6?
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    it says 4.1.51 or 4.1.52 so 4.1.57 is not supported.

    that's not to say it won't work. I don't plan on being the guinea pig though
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    What the heck? Why wouldn't it work for the 4.1.57 update? Wouldn't it make sense to support the most recent update, especially considering it came out a while back?
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    i dont understand, does it return the atrix to the stockvanilla android 2.2 or does it return it to motoblur?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlauqeLyte View Post
    i dont understand, does it return the atrix to the stockvanilla android 2.2 or does it return it to motoblur?
    MotoBlur.
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    does not work. i flashed gingerblur, and am trying to return to stock. downloaded the program here and it just sits at "Motorola software update is reading configuration data from your Motorola device, please wait."

    I left it for an entire day.

    usb debugging is off.
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    call me stupid but I went to motorola support and downloaded the updater but there is no way to go back to 4.1.57. if i want to go back to 4.1.57 do I have to manually DL sbf and flash it with RSD lite just like i did 1.83? because motorola Software Update doesn't give my any options it just says "There is no software update currently available for your mobile device."
    Thanks!

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    oh i think i know what to do.. i have to flash to 1.5.2 and then update to 57 will that work anybody?
    thanks!
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    You can flash back to .57 and update from there.
    Just swapped out the Xoom Tablet for an IPhone. I never ever thought I would get an IPhone. Im currently eating my words. Apple has a lot going on here....Im loving both platforms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrigno View Post
    You can flash back to .57 and update from there.
    Oh thats great is the .57 available on xd forums as well? I was looking for it today but couldnt find it.
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    Well i found .57 finally not on xda though.. I think i"ll reflash my phone with this version cuz the problem is that phone gets really hot at the bottom within two minutes of use... it definetely was not like this before...
    Last edited by Trevalkin; 05-02-2011 at 02:26 PM.
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    Default Re: Returning your Motorola Atrix completey back to Stock.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlauqeLyte View Post
    i dont understand, does it return the atrix to the stockvanilla android 2.2 or does it return it to motoblur?
    you go back to how you got it out of the box. that should be motoblur
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    I am having trouble with gingerbread with battery issues. Will this allow me to flash back to the first software? Also will this remove the superuser program also?
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    thanks alot.... worked like a charm...
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    Default Re: Returning your Motorola Atrix completey back to Stock.

    I'm currently rooted on 1.83 and I have no wifi @ home. Can I just go through with the process or do I have to unroot, then upgrade?
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    Does anybody have a stock froyo odin file for the atrix? I keep trying to update to gingerbread but once the update tries to install, I get stuck in what looks like recovery with goapk.com as the background
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    ok hi guys i just installed R-9 2.3.4 ROM system version 4.5.91 on my atrix and i want it back to stock does this apply to my atrix even i'm using this aftermarket fireware?
    Thanx
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    i mean how can i get my motorola atrix back to stock from a aftermarket fireware?
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    lame post
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    Dont do it unless you arent scared of the 0x1000 hard brick
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    Default Re: Returning your Motorola Atrix completey back to Stock.

    Quote Originally Posted by Terrigno View Post
    Motorola has issued a way to return your Atrix back to the stock firmware. So if your hassling around and doing a little trickery (might I add), you can be safe to know there is an official way of returning your beloved Atrix back to the OEM Factory Software. Whats good about this is you dont have to worry about attempting to flash the sbf file. Moto has provided this for you. Head on over to Motorolas Forums and follow the link that they have to offer.

    Motorola Support Forums: Get your AT&T phone on official Motorola software

    Big Thanks to Jonathan for the tip!
    So if I unlocked my bootloader and flashed cyanogen mod 7.1 to my phone, I can follow this link and return to stock with no hassles.
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