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Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by RobotiX, Mar 12, 2011.
It probably unroots you, too.
Absolutely. And no root yet for 2.2.2 :-( for those that lost root. I'm sure not for long, but, seems devs have moved on to GingerBread. So it could be a few.........days
There's always this: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/droid-labs/74028-root-droid-1-regardless-os-version.html
Just get the updated firmware link and ugarde it.
android version: 2.2
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Ok, please help me here. I have FRG83D installed on my D1. It's rooted and I used MotoCache's "root reguardless of OS" to root it. Now is the new update to FRG83G (I think) and it won't install. I want this update because it fixes the problem with messages going to the wrong person. I need root again after that.
So... How do I make this update install? I keep reading things in threads and none of it helps me.
The recovery you are using has a option to block or allow OTA updates I think. I'm using RZR 2.02 and it has that option.
If you really want this update and also want to stay rooted, I suggest that you download Pete Alfonso's GPA14 build. It keeps you rooted and updates you to FRG83G. you'll find it in the Bugless Beast forum in custom roms section.
Don't worry, Its stock as can be. The way Motorola would have wanted it.
@illmatic636 -- There's something... unpleasant about the way you said that.
@beckx020 -- Yes, if you want to remain rooted your best bet is to flash a ROM. If you're going to take the plunge I'd recommend you look into something more functional than Motorola stock, but I totally understand if you don't want to go that route. Pete's stock ROMs are usually right on the money. I haven't been around much but I haven't heard that it has any problems.