How do I go from 2.01 to LGB 0.5??

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  1. nycorduroy

    nycorduroy Member

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    I have been reading all the threads but am still confused on the proper path.
    I am currently on Liberty 2.01 and wish to get to Liberty gingerbread 0.5.
    Can someone give clear step by step instructions for my situation??
    Any info. would be much appreciated.
    Thanks
    Corduroy
     
  2. mcp770

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    JRummy posted full instructions HERE on the Liberty GB v.5 thread toward the bottom above his signature. I would highly recommend method one and buy the donate toolbox with the rom manager. If you do that than you can update very easily. Doing so via free method has a few more steps but can be done fairly easily too.

    My upgrade path: (have droid2bootstrap .apk on your sd)

    1. Donated for the toolbox and downloaded Libery GB v.1 FULL via rom manager to my sd. Also downloaded GB v.5 (the one WITH the kernel update included) to sd.
    2. Rebooted into clockwork and wiped data/cache/dalvik cache twice each
    3. Chose install zip from SD and navigated to the Liberty download folder and ran the GB v.1 Zip
    4. Let phone boot. First boot on GB takes a while and appears to bootloop. GIVE IT TIME.
    5. I skipped login and went to files and installed the d2 bootstrapper and then booted into clockwork right away. ( saves time having to login and re-download toolbox right now)
    6. Wipe data/cache/dalvik cache again
    7. Install from sd and choose the liberty gb v.5 update.

    Another long reboot and you are set...login and enjoy.
     
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  3. nycorduroy

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    Thanks for the reply. That is what I thought but in Jrummy's initial post he states:
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    Install Instructions:
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    Note:

    Liberty v0.4 is based on the 4.5.588 leak. You should be on this
    before installing the ROM. If you choose to go back to a froyo
    build you must sbf!

    So I guess my question should have been do I need to be on the 4.5.588 leak?? Or can I just buy the donate toolbox while on 2.01 and install from there??
    Thanks again,
    Corduroy
     
  4. mcp770

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    Sorry, updated my post when you answered. You do have to be on .588 but Jrummy has a one zip update on the rom manager in the donate toolbox called v0.1 that does this and is the base for the other updates to include v0.5. I would highly recommend this method as you can really upgrade easily and download all the files you need to sd. Or you could get the TBH files on mydroidworld and update to deodexed rooted .588 then download the Liberty files and go that route. I prefered having all jrummy's files personally. They just seemed better organized via one zip methods.
     
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    I have 2.01 then sbf'd to stock and flashed a patch that got me to .153 gb - how do I get to .588?
     
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    In the donate toolbox rom manager there is another version of v0.1 that is for people already on gingerbread. Click install and yes to data wipe...done.
     
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    hmm im coming from lgb.4 and was wondering if i really have to wipe data before going to .5 with the kernel?
     
  8. mcp770

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    Well, there are plenty on these forums that would say no...don't wipe works fine. Then a day later start complaints about rom issues. Unrelated maybe...but who knows. I personally choose to wipe before any upgrade and restore apps via market then restore app data only via titanium. This ensures newest apps and no system corruption from version to version. Doing this has given me zero rom issues ever other than those that truly existed in the roms themselves. Always wipe IMO. After a few times refining your methods restoring this way is minimally longer process than not wiping.
     
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    Going from Stock to Liberty .5

    Can someone point me to a good guide for getting from the latest Droid X 2.2 stock to Liberty .5, starting with the SBF ?

    I'm not new to rooting/roms (I've had a rooted OG Droid for over a year), but I am new to Droid X rooting/roms.

    Thanks!
     
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    I agree fully about wiping...I read a ton of information in my preparation of flashing Gingerbread and am surprised about how much variation people had with success on it, but I find it generally appears that when people explain what they did it seems like they didn't follow instructions exactly.

    Now, maybe wiping is/isn't part of the path from v0.4 to v0.5 but it should never hurt.

    I also always see flashing a ROM to be a "starting from ground zero" thing that I know will take some time to re-install apps and such because I'm starting from a clean slate.

    I went from Liberty v1.5 to Gingerbread v0.1 to v0.5 with ZERO problems and am loving it!
     
  11. BoJatey

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    You are asking the same question as the OP. Buy the donated version of Liberty toolbox from the market. Go to Rom Manager/Nightlies and download the LibGB 0.1 full install for froyo and also the 0.5 update with updated kernel. Backup your apps with TiBU. Boot into recovery with D2 Bootstrap and make a Nandroid backup. Then do a data wipe followed by a cache wipe. Last, install the 0.1 zip and reboot. If everything checks out, download D2 bootstrap and boot into recovery again. Wipe data/cache and install 0.5 with updated kernel. When you boot into 0.5 and everything looks Liberated, restore your apps and your all set. Good luck.


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    Thanks and sorry for the repeat question. I'd read in several places that you need to SBF first and I'm not familiar with that process. Is that first step you mention the SBF part of the process?

    EDIT: I see a Droid X Bootstrap and a Droid 2 Bootstrap on the market. But you're suggesting I use the D2 bootstrap?
     
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    No need to sbf if you're running 2. 2 froyo.

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    Use d2.

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    No, BoJatey is not referring to SBF'ing. You should only need to do that in 2 situations: 1) if you are on Gingerbread, but want to go back to Froyo (you can't restore your Froyo Nandroid backup once you are on Gingerbread) or 2) the install process gets severely screwed up (somehow) where you can't get back into Bootstrap.

    Since you are on stock Froyo, you will need to:

    1. Root.
    2. Download Liberty Toolbox Donate (easiest way to get to v0.5).
    3. Download Droid 2 Bootstrap (personally, I already had the Droid X Bootstrap and I'm not sure if you could use Droid 2 Bootstrap with Froyo but maybe start here). The reason BoJatey mentioned Droid 2 Bootstrap is because once you get to Gingerbread, the Droid X Bootstrap no longer works.
    4. Download Liberty Gingerbread v0.1 Full Install (the one noted for Froyo users).
    5. Download Liberty Gingerbread v0.5 WITH kernal
    6. Reboot into Bootstrap.
    7. Make Nandroid backup.
    8. Wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache, wipe Dalvik (under advanced)
    9. Flash v0.1

    This is where some people do it a little differently, but both should work. BoJatey refers to booting into v0.1, but I did the following. Again, either method should work.

    10. Make Nandroid backup (which is now Gingerbread v0.1)
    11. Wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache, wipe Dalvik
    12. Flash v0.5
    13. Reboot.

    Enjoy Gingerbread! How this works out for you.
     
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