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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by wuyanks, May 4, 2010.
Just 1. I propose an immediate 6 year ban for starting a new thread about it! :icon_ nono:
nice, maybe we'll have flash by then:icon_eek:
62,145 take out admins, mods, people with common sence, etc.
What if I install that then it is bogus or something, then they'll ding me for modifying my phone!
haha. well played sir.
Users who have rooted, but are not using SPRecovery should take extreme care, as this update contains a complete /system image, which means that it will not break the way the previous one did; it will simply erase /system and flash a complete image.
as an FYI if you already have SPRecovery flashed, you can safely accept the update as you did with the ESE81 update.
So, with clockwork or sprecovery you should be all set. Those with totally stock phones will be unable to use RSD lite to flash the current sbf file that replaces boot-recovery with sprecovery?
i should be getting a certified like new phone in the mail this week. will it have the new update on it therefore making it impossible for me to root it?
If Google is going to insist on locking down this "open" OS, I may not be buying another Android phone.
This would probably be correct....
Man, you gonna let a minor chance of that ruin our whole evening. Be a man, step up to the plate!:icon_ devil: