Error 7

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  1. helpermonkey

    helpermonkey New Member

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    Hi Guys,
    I've read a few of the threads on this but i can't seem to get a hold of it.

    Here is the tail end of my error log:
    -- Installing: SDCARD:/update-cm-6.1.2-Droid-signed.zip
    Finding update package...
    I:Update location: SDCARD:/update-cm-6.1.2-Droid-signed.zip
    Opening update package...
    I:Update file path: /sdcard/update-cm-6.1.2-Droid-signed.zip
    Installing update...
    I:Trying update-binary.
    installing generic updater extensions
    Welcome to CyanogenMod-6.1.2-Droid!script aborted: assert failed: getprop("ro.product.device") == "sholes" || getprop("ro.build.product") == "sholes" || getprop("ro.product.board") == "sholes"
    assert failed: getprop("ro.product.device") == "sholes" || getprop("ro.build.product") == "sholes" || getprop("ro.product.board") == "sholes"
    E:Error in /sdcard/update-cm-6.1.2-Droid-signed.zip
    (Status 7)
    Installation aborted.
    Failure at line 7:
    install_zip SDCARD:/update-cm-6.1.2-Droid-signed.zip


    I cannot seem to figure out why this isn't working. I have rooted my phone succesfully and installed the Rom Manager (premium in fact) and have tried this with both cyan and bugless beast and i get the same error. I am running a Motorola Droid 2, is there something I'm missing? I apologize in advance, I'm in the middle of a snow storm so i haven't had all the tiem in the world to dedicate to fixing the problem myself.
     
  2. g4lapagos

    g4lapagos New Member

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    are you trying to use droid1 roms on your droid2? if so that is your problem.
     
  3. helpermonkey

    helpermonkey New Member

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    haha ... that would be a big duh moment for yours truely!!!! thanks, will try and find one.
     
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    Im using rzr recovery 2.0.3 and got an error #7 during install. Does anyone know what that is?
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  5. sonicfreak360

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    I don't know, it could be something with the zip. Have you flashes zip files successfully with rzrecovery before?

    Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
     
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    dfuser312553 Silver Member

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    What are you trying to flash?
     
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    pdc419 Member

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    Liquid sent me a rom to test, it ended up being the zip. I was just wondering what the error number meant


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  8. raidzero

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    I've had status 7 when I have used the wrong tools or compression settings to make an update.zip, I think 7 is an unhelpful "something has gone wrong" error
     
  9. pharien

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    Hi. Until recently, I was running BAKED on my Galaxy S3, but was running into too many issues with it, so I thought I'd start fresh. I used Odin to flash back to stock ICS, and have followed the basic steps to flash a new rom (root, unlock bootloader, flash CWM, boot into recovery, wipe data, flash rom), but each time, and with each rom I keep running into Error 7. I'm using the d2vzw versions, which I'm pretty sure are the ones that apply to my SCH-i535, and I'm following the instructions to a t, so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Any help?
     
  10. CJM

    CJM Developer Relations Staff Member Rescue Squad Premium Member

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    You need to find the correct rom for your phone. Using a Motorola Droid 2 rom on a Samsung Galaxy S3 will never work.


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  11. pharien

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    As I said, I'm fairly certain d2vzw is the rom associated with the Galaxy S3 SCH-i535.
     
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    Is your recovery up to date?

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
     
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    6.0.1.2
     
  14. clueless77

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    that is your problem, as the current CWM recovery version for the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 is 6.0.3.1 and yes it makes a difference.
     
  15. pharien

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    Oh, thanks! For S3's you need to flash CWM through Odin, yeah? I don't think they have a .tar.md5 file for the sch-i535 yet. At least I can't find one. :/
     
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