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    Default Always Reboots Into Recovery in GB??

    I am new to the whole installing ROM stuff on Android, so please be gentle on me :P

    I loaded up the GB Rooted Leak and everything seems to be working great. Maybe a hickup here or there, but nothing that makes me want to go back to stock.

    The problem I am having is that everytime I reboot my phone by powering it off and then powering back on, it boots into recovery. I sinply scroll to reboot and use the camera button to reboot it and it then boots up just fine. anyone have any idea why this is happening?

    Thanks for the help!
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    Could be a glitch with one of the bootstrap apps. Might try to uninstall reinstall...
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    I have the same problem. I think its a problem with the bootstrap and something related to the new GB code. I didn't write it though so I can't tell you. I don't reboot often (anymore... sadly GB doesn't overclock well for me) so I'm not too concerned with the occasional boot into recovery.
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    Word!!

    Probably an issue with restoring them from a TBPro backup file. Unistalled both, reinstalled, and all is well.

    Should have thought of that myself.

    Thanks!
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    I had a similar issue. Reinstalled Droid X Bootstrapper, clicked 'bootstrap recovery' and all was well.

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