Just keep trying it will eventually go. I had the same problem...but just out of the blue it took it. If you are using nandroid backups try switching which one you are using....it worked for me after a while
I just tried to install one using root explorer, i made a backup of the original and moved it to a diff directory then replaced the original with the modified one and now my phone is in a reboot loop. I'm in the process now of setting up adb so i can get a shell to it move the file back. Can i get an adb connection from the recovery menu?
I followed the instructions above. After restart, my Droid freezes at the Motorola logo. I have tried about 6 times and I am tired of flashing\restoring my ROM to fix it. I really want to apply the framework to my phone but it wont let me
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mount -o remount,rw /dev/mtdblock4 /system
dd if=/sdcard/framework-res.apk of=/system/framework/framework-res.apk
Since you replace a file that's in use, your droid will freeze and reboot itself. I'm not sure how healthy this is for the OS, but it's how I've always done it and never had any problems. You can replace any file like this as far as I know.
[EDIT] I'm not sure if this works from the recovery menu. If you manually mount system from the recovery menu it might. Never tried it though.
Last edited by vpshockwave; 01-16-2010 at 12:56 AM.
Well....... thats a tease.
Wheres the goodies? Also, installing that new rom (it is a rom isn't it, only read about it briefly) re-do any or all of ones current work to .apks?
Last edited by Stormwulf; 01-21-2010 at 12:03 PM.
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