Getting the OTA update

dbcooper1989

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Well I'm new to this whole thing, I rooted my droid Bionic a few days ago and the first thing that I did was get rid of all the bloatware when I should've just frozen it.
Now I'm getting the notice to update my firmware to .905 and I want to but it won't let me since the bloatware is no longer there.
Is there a way to restore me to stock as easy as Motofail rooted my phone?
I don't care if I lose root in the process, just as long as I can get my connectivity up to par and things working good.

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3rdpig

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If you actually deleted the bloatware you're probably going to have to flash the phone back to stock. DroidHive has the 902 fastboot files as well as instructions. I'll put the link below. While I haven't done it on my Bionic, I flashed my Droid 2 back to stock with RSD Lite quite a few times, it takes about half an hour or so but it's not that big a deal.

Before you dive in you might want to wait a bit and see if anyone else has any other ideas.

902 FASTBOOT FILES - DROID BIONIC - droidHIVE Forums
 
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