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Bionic not recognizing eclipse zip file

Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Hacks' started by meigs51, Feb 29, 2012.

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    OK, I decided to root my bionic and read up on the different roms available. Decided on Eclipse. Downloaded it and I am using bionic bootstrap. When I boot into recovery and go to apply zip, the download won't show up. Any suggestions? Or a walk through. I've rooted other phones with no issues and I've never run into this problem before, so I am stumped. Thanks for your time!

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    You have the zip in the sdcard-ext directory and not the sdcard directory, right? If not, that's why you can't see it.

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    Thanks for the response. Is there a simple way to fix that?

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    Use a file manager or the computer via usb to move it from sdcard to sdcard-ext. That should be about it. Just motorola confusion of designating the internal memory as sdcard.

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    One last question. Since this is freshly rooted, and no roms have been on it, do I stillneed to wipe data and cache? Thanks again.

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    Before you do anything, make a backup of your current (stock) ROM. Yes, you need to wipe data & cache.
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    Definitely backup! Have you checked out Nitro's post over at the Eclipse site?

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