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Correct. I flashed the jb cm10 alpha build and I must say that it was very functional except for 3g/4g...I couldn't get it to connect at all. Not bad for an alpha overall.Quote:
Originally Posted by syndicate0017
I know this is the most action this thread has seen in a while, but lets not muck it up with ROM talk and stay on topic! Please and thank you!!
^^^ +1. This.
Flashing sbf happened very fast - took just under a min to reach "SW Update Complete" - phone rebooted before I could "DPadUp" - Orig OS booted. Did battery pull. Closed RSDlite. Pwr+ DPadUp - Opened Rsdlite - flashed sbf - this time held down DPadUp as soon as I saw "SW Update Complete." Booted into
SPRecovery (pwr + X). Let go of pwr as soon as boot began). Went to Step#2 - had to "Allow Install" 2X - install update from sdcard (deprecated) - 1st didn't work. Went back to "Allow Install" then "Update" worked. Rooted 2.2.3 FRK76 rom already on the D1. Nice.
Downloaded ROM Manager - Flashed clockwork recovery. yes!!!
Thanks a ton for this guide, I was able to root my droid 1 running 2.2.3 perfectly with no problems, in minutes (on windows 7 x64 even) I was able to use Super Manager to uninstall a few apps that I didn't want as well as disable some apps from starting at boot, and am now a happy droidwall user!
Good job both of you two new rooters, Liquid Fusion and pirdroid1! Over two years and 200 pages later, this guide is still one of the best.
Created this account just to say many thanks. Dug out the old droid to play around with it and get a custom rom on it soo i could use it as a wireless security camera for my home. Excellent tutorial, worked like a charm. Many thanks.
"3. Either the 32-bit or 64-bit Motorola drivers as appropriate for your machine."
How do I know which one is appropriate for my machine?
Open System by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking System.
Under System, you can view the system type.
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