been trying to root and having an area come up on the installation when i get to the part where you have to press "allow update.zip installation" then go down to "install/sdcard/update.zip (deprecated)"
i get this message saying
-- Install from sdcard...
finding update package...
Opening update package...
verifying update package...
E: Can't open /sdcard/update.zip
(No such file in directory)
I have done everything to the tee done the zip part with "hide extensions of known files" check so the file is update.zip exactly it in the root folder on the sdcard the folder that you can see everything on i have done the RSDlite 4.6 exactly as the instructions say to do it i just don't know why its not finding the update.zip file if thats what is wrong. any one have any ideas? if you know what wrong plz help me figuring this out I've tried it like 4 times now on both window's 7 and vista both of them having the same issues.
Last edited by Numz; 04-20-2011 at 05:51 PM.
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where i am putting it is on the SDcard. when i plug my droid into the usb i mount it and then click on computer and click and drag the "MotoCache1_Complete_Root_v1.1-update.zip" renamed "update.zip" to the removable disc. then i start the catching the boot and install process.
Open two Explorer windows- one is where you've got the file on your C: drive, the other is the SD card (mounted by USB).
I think you understand that you want the file to go to the 'top-most' level of the SD directory structure- that is, no folder at all.
Drag and drop the file, or copy and paste the file, or whichever thing you like to do.
Watch as Windows moves the file and be sure that the file has arrived to the SD card in the proper place.
I say all this because I couldn't quite tell what you were doing to move the file. There are many, many ways to move a file, so let's try a different one and see if that works any better.