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50Gb Dropbox Upgrade Free Promotion

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24th November 2014, 06:12 PM   |  #11  
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Awesome! Worked for me on stock android 5.0 on my nexus 5. Thank you very much!

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24th November 2014, 09:36 PM   |  #12  
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It doesn't work for me
It does't work for me, says "E:signature verification failed" while trying to flash the zip file, any ideas? I'm trying on a stock Galaxy SII i9100
17th December 2014, 12:56 AM   |  #13  
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Awesome - worked perfectly for me with sony xperia sp and cm11 rom
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17th December 2014, 02:23 AM   |  #14  
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Works perfectly thank you so much @Code4U ! Followed the directions to the letter, everything went smoothly.

Update: I tried this on my Pantech Burst so I could give my gf's DB account the 50 GB too. It worked perfectly again. This phone is running CM 11 and I flashed the zip from ClockWorkMod Recovery v 6.0.5.0. So IMHO, it shouldn't matter if you're not on stock, just make absolutely sure you clear all of the dropbox app's data off your phone before you try this. (Run a root enabled file explorer, search your entire device for "dropbox" and delete anything you find).

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Originally Posted by frvjum

It does't work for me, says "E:signature verification failed" while trying to flash the zip file, any ideas? I'm trying on a stock Galaxy SII i9100

Have you tried disabling signature verification in the settings for whatever recovery you are running? I'm on SafeStrap which is based off TWRP, there's a checkbox toggle to enable/disable signature verification on the install screen, I made sure that was not selected before I flashed this.

If you're using CWM there's a an option "toggle signature verification", selecting this will let you know if signature verification is enabled or disabled. Ensure that it is disabled, and try flashing again.
Last edited by thisisapoorusernamechoice; 17th December 2014 at 06:46 AM. Reason: updated info
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