How-to: Install bugless beast for noobs!

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by justinc101011, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. irepodu

    irepodu Member

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    Sorry about the typo. I did type "flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery-0.99.2b.img" originally and still saying it's not found.:mad:
     
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    Got it thanks
     
  3. justinc101011

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    Did you type in su then press enter first?
    If so then the file must not be in ROOT try deleting it and then redownloading it and putting it back into ROOT
     
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    On drh it says mountblock3 or mountblock4 which one do I mount on?
     
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    Very nice. I was going to do the same thing, but figured within a day or two someone else would do it, I was right.

    all the information is out there, its just scattered, in and all honesty confusing if you are new to it.



    Good job.

    (And, for all you people who installed it, waht do you think? Rocks, right?)


    -Wil
     
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    Yes, I did type "su" then pressed enter. Clicked on allow, and followed the rest of the step. I will try deleting it and go from there. Thanks!
     
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    Are you following this step to the "t"?



    20. Type '/system/bin/flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery-0.99.2b.img'. There should be a short pause as the custom recovery image is flashed and then the command prompt will appear again. At this point, the stock recovery screen you saw in steps 6-7 has now been replaced by the one you will see in steps 29-30 and on. This recovery image was written by SirPsycoS and is shared by him at sholes.info.
     
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    I did it on Mountblock3.
     
  9. irepodu

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    I deleted it and re-downloaded the file. Mounted my Droid to the computer. Opened the file explorer and selected removable disk (F:) which is the Droid. There is no folder for sdcard. But I see all my other music folders. I just did a drag and drop. Re-tried those commands to a "T" and no ah-ah. Should I just start from scratch? Or can I even?
     
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    I don't think your putting the file in the root directory. Do you see the tools folder when you drop the file in your droid?
     
  11. irepodu

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    I do see the "Tools" folder. And a couple of files below that is the "recovery-0.99.2b.img" file. Inside the "tools" folder there is the 0.99.1b.img file.
     
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    Which version on bb is better guys ? 7 or 8???
     
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