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Root Removing Gingerblur.

Hello and welcome to androidforums. As for your question, you need to sbf back to stock. However I recommend reading as much as possible before you start doing any flashing. Anyways, to start, go here: [GUIDE] Flash SBF to Motorola Atrix 4G - xda-developers

I use the 1.26 file to go back to square one, then up from there (doing update after update). You may be able to use the 4.1.83 sbf but I could not find the file. Also it takes 10-15 minutes for the entire process, so start it and walk away, there are time where your phone looks like it is frozen, just leave it, you will have a lot less stress if you do.
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