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This is kind of an odd question, but I have a Razr with a broken screen which has safestrap 2.x (maybe .10) installed and CM10 currently booted up, using VNC/ADB/LOTS of patience, I managed to backup all my information in the CM10 partition.

However, I need to boot to the original firmware (the other partition), however since the screen is broken I can't see safestrap windows to do so, what I'm asking for is if someone has screenshots of the safestrap windows that enable me to blindly navigate (since the physical buttons work) through the screens in order to boot to the original firmware, then I will repeat the ADB/VNC process to remove the safestrap traces so I can send it to Motorola.

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Please check out my answer to this question, which could be useful for you. Originally this was going to be an answer to your question, but I did not post it here because it does not respond exactly to what you're asking. –  Francisco Alvarado Jan 4 '13 at 9:09
    
Does that work with safestrap? I mean can I visualize the safestrap/recovery screen? o.0 –  Andres Duran Kenny-Espinosa Jan 4 '13 at 17:00
    
I'm not sure about it: also that's why I didn't post that as an answer here. Anyway you could try that to see if it works for you. –  Francisco Alvarado Jan 5 '13 at 2:06
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