Superbly done man!
Superbly done man!
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usually it is done in Terminal emulator(download from market.)
then type su (super user access )
the you will allow super user permission
SYSRW (system read write access.. which is a custim script of its own)
Then type custom script of your choice we will use GODMODE for an example
SYSRO (system read only)
so it would look like this in terminal emulator
hope this helps you may have to reboot after running them you can just type in reboot in terminal emulator and it should work..
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APK is listed as the Android Package file. Think of those as the install files. One EXE in windows can result in multiple other files being installed on your system. For each app there is a single install APK file and that is the file extension too: install_app.apk
ADB is the Android Debug Bridge that comes within the SDK and can be used for altering files. It opens a shell on your computer and allows you to pull and push files to the phone. You'd use that for files that wouldn't be good to change live while the phone is running.
From a request here: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/dro...ms-thread.html
kpmoore came up with these:
Types of ROMS:
BB = Bugless Beast
CM = Cyanogen Mod
UD = Ultimate Droid
DE = DarkEdge (not a ROM, I know)
SPR = SPRecovery
CW = ClockWork Mod
RM = Rom Manager
to which I'd add SG=smoked glass..another rom but also a theme too by Adamz.
I'd also add OC=overclocking to the existing definition of overclocking as lots of people use the abbreviation.
If you apply a rom or theme - backup first!
If you don't know how to backup...Stop until you do.
hint: I name my backups like this: sg6.0_20100428 or ss4.2_20100626 to easily find them later. rom and date.
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This may seem dumb to some but I see references to "root" in 90% of the threads but no definition in post #1, I would think that would be a required definition but hey what do I know.
I know I don't know what root is but I've only had my Motodroid for 1 day.
Root: Common word associated with giving a user "super user" access to their phones programming and other various asspects that would normaly not be possible
straight from page one.
hey everyone im sorry i havent been keeping up with the list as well as i should be, ive been VERY busy, but im back for now so keep it coming!
Just want to say thanks for this list. I couldn't for the life of me describe what a kernel was. I knew but I had a hard time explaining it to a friend of mine. This is exactly what I was looking for.
Thanks for this list, I have no idea about of a lot of the stuff talked about in these forums, I just want to get the most out of my phone but can't seem to follow fast enough.
I appreciate it cause this gets me started somewhat, haha.