rooted droid 1 trying to recieve ota frg22d

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  1. captkras

    captkras New Member

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    Running a rooted droid 1, version frg01B. All is happy and nice....

    However, when I reboot my phone, I get a message saying that there is an update for my phone. I figure this is the frg22d update, and I say go ahead. However, SPRecovery boot loader comes up, and it is blocked.

    What are my options? Is it possible to allow for this update? If so how? I know I can always manually update as well. And is there a real reason for me to do so?

    Thanks in advance....
     
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    I suggest you flash a rooted copy of the frg22 update and all will be happy again -
     
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    Sure....

    Now I need to find one.
     
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    So many roms, so little time. . .

    But unless you want to lose root, do NOT find a way to install that update from VZW.

    good luck
     
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    Until you update to frg22 you are going to have this ongoing notification - just do as was suggested and install frg22 with Root Access and the problem will cease

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    This is the only way to root ONCE you are already at frg22d.
    If you are still at frg01b you will continue to get the message. I would suggest going to Metickmod or if you want stock+root, sbf frg22d full file (its on the internets) and then follow motocache1's method.

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    Afaik if you create a nandroid backup in sprecovery before you do whatever you decide, it will be available afterwards because they are saved to your sdcard.

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    That will block the OTA push, but you'll still keep downloading it at the cost of data and battery, and you'll keep getting the annoying nag screen.

    However, if you flash one of the ROMs listed above you'll not get nagged, you'll have the latest features for a stock ROM, and you'll keep SPRecovery.
     
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    Been looking at Metickmod, will I need to reinstall any google aps?