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Discussion in 'Steel Droid - D3' started by chevycam94, Sep 14, 2011.
Also, is v5.0 overclocked? as in is the processor overclocked to 1.2ghz?
if you are on 906 you can not flash back to 890 (not fully anyways), and 5.0 is based on 906.
I don't think 5.0 is overclocked.
Okay. So I can skip that step and directly root my phone?
yes, root with MOTOFAIL, and install Safestrap v3
video SafeStrap V3
How to install cm10.1 on the Droid 3 using safe strap 3.05
same steps as cm10, just do not need gaaps and can install steel droid on slot 1-4
OK I was able to install roms without a problem with the old bootstrap but i can not get a thing to install with the new I select the zip then do reboot and all it does is rebooy into stock please help
didn't remove old bootstrap correctly, i would flash sbf and start over
you are trying to flash over stock rom, safestrap doesn't support that in the d3 version yet, you need to create a rom slot and install rom in that slot
rom you are trying to flash is not safestrap compatible, try a different rom like steel droid (this thread)
I just upgraded safestrap 1.08 to 3.05
Is there any way to reload the backed up safe system to one of the slots?
No. Backups from older Safestraps are not compatible with the new SS.
Rebooting in Recovery Mode
Hi, after installing the SD GB 5.0 ROM, has anyone experienced rebooting into Recovery Mode whenever you bootup / reboot? I'm using the ClockwordMod Recovery, not using SafeStrap. I formatted my system, data, and cache partitions, and then applied the ROM. Now, whenever I reboot, I boot up into CWM Recovery, and have to "reboot system now" to boot into Android. I had SD GB 4.8 before this and didn't have this issue. Has anyone else dealt with this issue? I wasn't using SS since that made it too easy to boot into recovery during startup. Thanks.
Hi, regarding the Rebooting into Recovery, I think my issue is that When I use the Droid 3 Bootstrapper to Bootstrap Recovery, the Recovery Bootstrap is enabled permanently, as opposed to just for the one reboot. With the prior version of Steel Droid, I would "Bootstrap Recovery", and then "Reboot Recovery". After booting into Recovery, doing my work in Recovery, and then rebooting, I would boot back normally into Android, and could not boot back into Recovery until the next time I "Bootstrap Recovery". Now, when I "Bootstrap Recovery", it is stuck enabled, so every normal reboot will boot directly into Recovery. Is that due to some change made in SD 5.0? How can I bootstrap into recovery just one time? Is anyone else using the original Droid 3 Bootstrapper, or has everyone migrated to SS? Thanks.
Anyone use this ROM in EU/GB on GSM network? How is it running and what about the battery life?