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Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by krispf3, Mar 3, 2013.
Oh, ok. Good to know. So make sure to flash a gingerbread based ROM.
This is gibberish to me. Can you please explain it in a bit more detail?
So do I want to upgrade the liberty version first? Or upgrade Android to the newest version, THEN liberty?
does anybody know?
You would have to upgrade to the newest stock Android build for the DX.
So I would have to do that first? Will this version of Liberty still function after that upgrade?
Can you help me upgrade?
Yes; it should but I'm not totally sure; you'll need someone who has a DX to walk you through with all the files and stuff.
Where should I post? Perhaps this is not the correct place. I need step by step help for newbies!
Right place, you just need a different person to help you.
Give me a minute to reread everything you're asking and I'll help you.
Edit: Tell me if I get this right.
-You are on 2.2.1 or some version of Froyo
-You want to update to a newer version of android and liberty
If that information is correct. Backup everything you have on there you want to keep. Use titanium backup for USER apps, move any pictures you want to keep to your external card or to your computer or something and make sure your contacts are backed up through google or something similar.
Next you will need to update/SBF to .605. The easiest way to do that is here http://www.droidxforums.com/forum/d...-solution-your-windows-rsd-lite-problems.html Make sure to use the (4.5.605 Gingerbread) file. Instructions are listed in that thread.
Once you are up and running on GB .605 you can proceed to install Liberty. The latest version is Liberty 3 v 2.0.
I have been working with someone via PM. He helped me get to .602. So now im running gingerbread but I'm no longer rooted. So how can I get back to root? Then yeah, I want to get the newest liberty version.
can i still use a wifi tether on this version of gingerbread? i think i read somewhere that i need some kind of a patch.