Restore to Stock Droid Bionic from Verizon (Guide)

Written by Fridza. Posted in Motorola, Verizon

Published on September 15, 2011

How to return to stock Droid Bionic from Verizon, that’s might be a question for users who frustrating about issue on rooted device. Fortunately, a kind developers from xda-devs find the way how to make it possible using the FXZ for OSX or Linux. Here are step by step how to restore Droid Bionic to stock :

  1. Download the Fastboot Binary from barz.me
  2. Done with downloading fastboot binary, now you need to download FXZ and then untar it, the file size is around 214 MB.
  3. Restart your Bionic using the previously mentioned details into AP Fastboot Flash Mode.
  4. Open Terminal and run following command :
  5. ./path/to/fastboot flash system /path/to/system.img
    ./path/to/fastboot flash boot /path/to/boot.img
    ./path/to/fastboot flash recovery /path/to/recovery.img
    ./path/to/fastboot -w

  6. Press power button to Turn off your smartphone and then turn it on again.

Now your Droid Bionic should back to stock, and you can expect Verizon warranty isn’t void. If you find any questions or issue, go to developers thread on xda.

How To Restore Droid Bionic to Stock

[Source : xda]
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