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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by landon418, Aug 3, 2012.
I did use hob for 235 but i forgot how to do it.
if you need more help go to droidhive and use the shoutbox you will get more instant help there if you run into any problems andthe people on there is very helpful you will learn alot
im still learning all this stuff and those guys help out quiet alot
also you need to sign up to dl the file but its free so its alright
Dude, are you like one of those 6 year olds with smartphones? Cause my special needs friend installed this leak and asked less questions than you do. Seriously, I think you're just messing with these people because 95% of the 233 posts you posted are questions that were answered literally two or three posts before your question.
had some trouble with HoB 3.0 though.. did the 905 no wipe install and when it started everything kept force closing.. i just reset and installed .238 and so far it works ok
Nah im 10. Why? I dont think age should make a difference when it comes to learning this stuff.
really you're 10? kids starting this young now and armed with a smart phone :shocked:
damn you guys are lucky :biggrin:
Yep I see space for some minor improvements in 232 but I think I'll wait for ota at this point since it's running so well! Took the lap dock on vacation for the last two weeks and it has been a godsend!
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I get an unable to open database error when trying to edit com.Motorola.Android.Providers.Settings/settings.db to change entitlement to 0 in sqlite AND the xplore file browser.. I'm rooted on .238
i just went through all of that yesterday with the previous rev of HoB, i had done the 232 deodex and 1% battery mod and for whatever reason it killed my battery. got everything fully restored about 4pm yesterday after trying the no data loss, constant fc's, did the full wipe and install/upgrade to 232. i'm happy with 232 for now, although if i had seen this yesterday i may have just gone to 238 instead
get both aShell and aSQLiteManger by andsen from the playstore, both are free app
use ashell goto /data/data
look for com.motorola.android.providers.settings , database , setting.db
on pop up select view with aSQLiteManger to edit the entitlement check
I don't know why that worked but it did. Ashell opened a copy of the DB in asqlitemanager, but that program sucked big donkey tick.. I ended up opening the copy with sqlite and editing it then used appeal to commit the save .. now what? Verizon can't tell I'm tethering over wifi?