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OTA Update IMM30B 4.04

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5th February 2012, 01:15 AM |#131  
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just flashed the 4.0.4 update using CWM after flashing the radio patcher from team BAMF mentioned earlier and I still have root and everything on my phone that was there before the update!!!

What radio were u coming from?
 
 
5th February 2012, 01:20 AM |#132  
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It applies, but we were late to the scene to get it pulled.

Right, but we have the .zip file name which is usually the only part we need to complete the URL.

If it were an OTA for the GSM version, it would have been .../google_maguro/....zip. I should have asked if there were any previous official OTA links for the LTE version. Then we would have an "official" link for the new OTA.

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5th February 2012, 01:21 AM |#133  
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So what are those of us that updated to 4.0.3 radios supposed to do? Will the OTA not hit us now either? I'm assuming there's some checksum in place to make sure the 4.0.2 drivers are installed, but why would it check each individual thing? Why not just check main system version then overwrite the rest.

If I'm going to have to wait for modded 4.0.4 installs I'll be pissed...I like user-made stuff, but not when I have the option to use Google-made stuff.

You will have to reflash 4.0.2 radios and bootloader temporarily using fastboot before applying the update (which updates them anyways).

Here's links to each one you will need:

Bootloader
Radio
Radio-CDMA


Issue the following commands:

fastboot flash bootloader bootloader-toro-primekk15.img
fastboot flash radio radio-toro-i515.ek02.img
fastboot flash radio-cdma radio-cdma-toro-i515.ek05.img


After that just boot into recovery and try to update again.
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5th February 2012, 01:24 AM |#134  
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What radio were u coming from?

If only someone would quote the links to the 4.0.2 radios right below this post...

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5th February 2012, 01:25 AM |#135  
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You will have to reflash 4.0.2 radios and bootloader temporarily using fastboot before applying the update (which updates them anyways).

Here's links to each one you will need:

Bootloader
Radio
Radio-CDMA


Issue the following commands:

fastboot flash bootloader bootloader-toro-primekk15.img
fastboot flash radio radio-toro-i515.ek02.img
fastboot flash radio-cdma radio-cdma-toro-i515.ek05.img


After that just boot into recovery and try to update again.

Apologies for lack of understanding, but I have to flash the 4.0.2 bootloader *and* radios before installing this update? I'm fine doing it, but when I installed the 4.0.3 radios I literally just CWM'd 1 zip file and was done with it. Like an idiot I recently deleted the 4.0.2 radio file from my phone...guess I could have just flashed that back.

So just run those 3 using flashboot and then run the 4.0.2 OTA? Would it be the same as CWMing the 4.0.2 radios (if I can find them again)?
5th February 2012, 01:26 AM |#136  
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Is there a changelog fir this 4.0.4?
More important. Why there is no 4.0.4 here?
http://code.google.com/intl/it-IT/an...us/images.html
5th February 2012, 01:29 AM |#137  
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Apologies for lack of understanding, but I have to flash the 4.0.2 bootloader *and* radios before installing this update? I'm fine doing it, but when I installed the 4.0.3 radios I literally just CWM'd 1 zip file and was done with it. Like an idiot I recently deleted the 4.0.2 radio file from my phone...guess I could have just flashed that back.

So just run those 3 using flashboot and then run the 4.0.2 OTA? Would it be the same as CWMing the 4.0.2 radios (if I can find them again)?

You probably used a zip files that just scripted those commands in. I'm not if it modified the bootloader for you or just the radios but to be on the safe side you should reflash all of them. Then just run the 4.0.4 update in CWM.

Oh....and obviously I'm assuming you are on 4.0.2 system partition? If not then you will have to reflash that as well.
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You probably used a zip files that just scripted those commands in. I'm not if it modified the bootloader for you or just the radios but to be on the safe side you should reflash all of them. Then just run the 4.0.4 update in CWM.

Oh....and obviously I'm assuming you are on 4.0.2 system partition? If not then you will have to reflash that as well.

Ya I'm running stock except the radios. I'll run the 3 and get back to you on the rest...just NAND backupped so gonna flash this stuff while I'm going to get food =P
5th February 2012, 01:38 AM |#139  
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on liquid beta 2 new radios are working for me, flashed in cwm

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5th February 2012, 01:39 AM |#140  
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So maybe I'm an idiot, but I just flashed the patcher and my baseband didn't change. We should be moving up to .10 correct?
5th February 2012, 01:39 AM |#141  
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Is there a changelog fir this 4.0.4?
More important. Why there is no 4.0.4 here?
http://code.google.com/intl/it-IT/an...us/images.html

There is never a public changelog.

Factory images are not posted when an OTA is available. They are posted "as soon as possible" once a release goes commercial (OTA) per JBQ. Given that the OTA occurs over a number of weeks this could be inside of a wide timeframe. I also would not expect to see a factory image posted for CDMA devices any longer given that the current images are archived only.

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