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Discussion in 'Droid 4 ROMS' started by myfishbear, Mar 20, 2013.
Question. I tried to patch the OTA JB update and it failed. I read I can just push out kexec patch. Would I install eclipse, then the patch, then the hd widgets?
format system and factory reset slot
install kexec cdma patch
install widgets if desired
i believe it needs to be slot 2 but i may be wrong
Thanks for the help MFB. Got it installed and themed, except for the launcher theme as thats sitting on my work PC. Seems snappier than ICS. Going play with it and see how I like it.
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im downloading right now was skeptical about rooting and everything else because my phone has never worked so wonderfully on stock but i miss 1% battery and other stuff.
What's the status of SetCPU and the oc scripts? Will the same ones work? What order should they be applied?
i was hoping foxfi would work on your version of jb but i see it don't and you knew that so my question is why don't the app wifi tether work. ( droid 4 by the way) i have root of course and when i start it it i granted access but it then it say started with errors
Actually, yes, and I've done so successfully.
I modified the XML in the ICS FXZ and removed a few lines. I started with the line pertaining to the cdt.bin, and then subsequently removed each line that RSD Lite 5.7 would hang up on.
After ICS began to boot, I voldown+volup+power'd the device off, rebooted to stock recovery, applied the JB OTA update, then wiped data+cache, and all is well.
I didn't actually need it, however I *DO* have a motorola dev in my backpack should I need it
I then placed the JB OTA update on my external SD card, booted up to that
The previous method of using the SQL database editor app, and editing changing the "entitlement_check" from 1 to 0 worked for me. Just use the old/dated instructions that are found on google.
SetCPU works for me. I haven't been able to successfully run the OC scripts. Speedscript works though.
Apply the fixes from myfishbear's server for jb Eclipse via safestrap. Then make sure you have the pro version of pdanet. You'll need to download the install file to your computer in order for the tether to interface properly. I spent an hour trying to get the bundled version to work, but with no results. Pdanet bought out foxfi, it seems. Let me know if I need to clarify anything.
did you try this in wifi tether?
1. select Change Device-Profile
2. pick Generic ICS/JB (wlan0)
3. apply "Routing Fix"