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harryduns

Return to FTM from CWM?

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Hi, I have unexpectedly moved country (!) and when I installed CWM and a custom ROM on my Monte Carlo, I didn't bother unlocking first. Now, as part of the unlock process using QPST it appears I need to be able to get into FTM mode, which I cannot do with CWM installed. Is there any way of totally rolling the phone back to its stock state, pre-CWM and ROM, so that I can start afresh and unlock it before putting CWM and a new ROM back on? Thanks!

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I think someone posted the stock recovery about 4 months ago. Use search tool and search this forum

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Hi, I already looked quite thoroughly here before posting but will try again - thanks for your quick response!

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Hmm... I searched the modaco forums with the following results:

No results found for 'stock recovery monte carlo'.

No results found for 'stock recovery zte skate'.

(I didn't use commas to enclose the search, btw)

I found this previously and tried it; it gives stock ROM, but CWM is still present so that doesn't help:

Any suggestions please?

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You can use any SKATE, Monte Carlo original online upgrade tool from ZTE's site to restore FTM

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There IS stock recovery somewhere around here because I was part of the thread.

Otherwise, you will have to back up your current ROM, flash the orange stock tpt and then flash back cwm and restore

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which I cannot do with CWM installed.
You're wrong. Few days ago I succesfully use QPST with CWM 5.5.0.4 installed.

There IS stock recovery somewhere around here
Or beyond ;) http://minus.com/lMHFSb9c5WraM
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