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Thread: DXC's Throttle Modding Made Easy

  1. Master Droid
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    looking into it, thanks. you do have adb set up right?

    when you just have services.jar in the folder and hit remove throttle, do you see any files created in the folder?
    Last edited by droidxchat; 02-05-2011 at 06:58 PM.
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    I think so, adb start up successfully, any specific location it should be at?
    and yes fLstD.bat was created.
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    ok, thanks for this you're being a great help.

    if you could, please keep the services.jar in the application's folder, then open up a command prompt, type:

    cd C:\....(address of folder)
    jar xf services.jar

    and let me know if you get an errror
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    in put services.jar in the DXC folder and CD'd in and typed that command. "jar is not recognized as an internal or external command....
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    EDIT: redownload in 5 minutes, ill have it fixed for you
    Last edited by droidxchat; 02-05-2011 at 07:38 PM.
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    Fixed (hopefully will work for you this time). Good luck! please let me know if there are anymore problems.
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    can we get a better discription of how to install this. Sorry im just not really understanding how to go about this? Do we need to us SDK??
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    Quote Originally Posted by puck3511 View Post
    can we get a better discription of how to install this. Sorry im just not really understanding how to go about this? Do we need to us SDK??
    theres no installation, you just download it, unzip it, and run DXCthrottleMod.bat

    first make sure you have java installed, which you should, just go to command prompt and type java -version to make sure
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    ok, i got it to work, but only after i made sure to remove any spaces in the file paths. also it seems the temporary .bat files have the <exit> command in the wrong place, it should be at the end and since it's not, the .bat file doesn't push the services.jar to the phone or reboot it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akanealw View Post
    ok, i got it to work, but only after i made sure to remove any spaces in the file paths. also it seems the temporary .bat files have the <exit> command in the wrong place, it should be at the end and since it's not, the .bat file doesn't push the services.jar to the phone or reboot it.
    Fixed the exit command issue and reuploaded.

    You sure it doesn't work with spaces in the file path? In all my tests it works fine with spaces, can you describe the issue?
    Last edited by droidxchat; 02-06-2011 at 01:02 AM.
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