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Discussion in 'Android News' started by cereal killer, Aug 8, 2010.
Go get Universal AndRoot or Easy Root.
furbearingmammal thank you for the link. It took less than 10 mins, now enjoying Froyo! Love the camera, zoom, flash, market widget and so on...
Thanks to all!
Eastwood will root 2.2 and the stock kernel will go up to 800mhz.
Aside from the one-touch methods, the devs here are working on a 2.2 SPRecovery SBF that will will have a 2.2 kernel in it so as to not have issues. Just a matter of time.
my droid is not activated no phone. i use it on wifi and to play around with roms. I got the notice to update file was 45.2 m. i said install now droid rebooted and got error msg when it tried to install file. running BBv.0.4 . how is it possible i would get this notice. were is update file located at on phone.
Right on the root of the SD card. Bugless Beast left the OTA hole open, somehow, and Pete has a patch for that over in his forum somewhere.
but i on wifi ?
phone is not activated
Are you registered with Google to use the market? If so, that may be the answer right there.
the ota update file is located on the root of the sd card ?
i"m reg. but update on wifi ?
What aren't you understanding? If I knew for sure I might be able to help more.
Your phone got pinged for whatever reason and you got the update push. I'm guessing it's because, being registered with Google, they checked that registration, pinged your phone, and when it came back with the wrong build ID it pushed the update to your phone. In your case that's annoying, so go to Pete's subforum and dig up the patch, install it, and you'll be golden after that. If you install the patch you'll never get an OTA notification again as long as Pete did his job -- and Pete's one of the best developers out there, so I'm sure he did.
The update will come over WiFi just as easily as it will via 3G. Verizon prefers it that way because then they're not burning their 3G bandwidth, which they pay for.