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Device: HTC Inspire 4g.

My Device was having some hardware issues, so i complained to AT&T and offered to send me a new device. I have to now return my old device but it is ROOTED. I do not want to send it back in this condition because I fear I will get caught and have to pay full price for the device.

My question is how should I go about unrooting this device. I've seen many different forums and topics, but most of these methods are not working for me.

Install stock AT&T Rom - Could not find the zip file anywhere on the internet. I've tried using an RRU but my device cannot be detected by my PC.

If anybody can help me get either of these 2 methods to work, or come up with a new method it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You

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For the ROM, you might want to check Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device?. Your device not being detected: PC running Windows? If so, have you installed the drivers for your device? – Izzy Apr 6 '13 at 11:57
When I plug in the unrooted device it is detected without a problem, when i plug in my rooted device I have an issue. I have also browsed each one of the sites on the link provided with no luck of finding the rom I need. I think my best bet would be just dipping my phone in water and sending it in. – The Tokenizer Apr 7 '13 at 17:53

Check out this link that is what you want:HTC

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Could you please include an excerpt of what's behind the link? Link-only answers are not considered helpful here, as when the link goes down they become useless. – Izzy Apr 22 '13 at 11:16

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