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Thread: 5.5.5.893 FXZ .901/.902 compatible and.902 update

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbk View Post
    The original targa XML already has that erase userdata command in it.... anyways now it's drawing out and unproductive, main thing I wanted you to state was that the erase userdata command was indeed deleting data, like wiping... you originally was saying that it didn't and the only way was to add in an erase 'data' command was what would do it....

    the point I'm making is that those two things are one and the same, you were originally implying they were not...
    This is the original xml. where do you see the erase userdata command? http://dl.dropbox.com/u/29432364/def...lash_targa.xml
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    or maybe we are looking at different xml's. I was refering to 866 and maybe you were looking at the 893.
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    If you were the one to add a erase userdata to a version of the targa XML that didn't have that command, then why the double talk when you clearly knew I was referring to erase 'USER'data command but your were referring to erase 'data' command, trying to imply that wasn't the same thing...

    regardless, I know what I meant from the very beginning, as for what you meant yourself, whatever, members can read for themselves.......

    main thing here is that they aren't fed misinformation...... so as long as they know what is erasing the 'data'...the 'erase userdata' command...it's all good...
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    Also, perhaps deleting the flash cdt.bin command in your XML that causes the invalid CDT errors??... this .893 FXZ flashes the new cdt.bin file and there appears to be no cdt errors ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbk View Post
    Also, perhaps deleting the flash cdt.bin command in your XML that causes the invalid CDT errors??... this .893 FXZ flashes the new cdt.bin file and there appears to be no cdt errors ...
    The cdt cannot be reverted. So if the OP added the 902 cdt to his fix, then someone that uses it and goes to 901, they will get the cdt error after flashing the 901 update. I don't get a cdt failure because when i flash back to 866, I do both 893 and 902 back to back in recovery and I get no error. If I was to flash back to 901, I would have to moto-fastboot the 902 cdt.bin. If I flash back to 893, I update to 902 and also don't receive the cdt failure.
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    The errors arise from the updates trying to overwrite the cdt.bin, which they can't. If you don't attempt to flash them, then no errors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timmy10shoes View Post
    The cdt cannot be reverted. So if the OP added the 902 cdt to his fix, then someone that uses it and goes to 901, they will get the cdt error after flashing the 901 update. I don't get a cdt failure because when i flash back to 866, I do both 893 and 902 back to back in recovery and I get no error. If I was to flash back to 901, I would have to moto-fastboot the 902 cdt.bin. If I flash back to 893, I update to 902 and also don't receive the cdt failure.
    Both. 902 and .901 cdt files are identical

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    Quote Originally Posted by sargentmajord View Post
    Both. 902 and .901 cdt files are identical

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    That is good to know. I appreciate that bit of info.
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    Kinda shoots holes in the theory if I'm going from .902 and flashing this FXZ and it flashes the cdt.bin....and I am back to stock .893 'without' any errors...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbk View Post
    Kinda shoots holes in the theory if I'm going from .902 and flashing this FXZ and it flashes the cdt.bin....and I am back to stock .893 'without' any errors...
    ?? what theory? You have been to 902 already and the cdt cannot be reverted. Ans as the OP just stated. The 901 and 902 cdt's are identical. Flash back to 866 and update to 893, I guarantee you will get the error when you try to boot.
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