Hello Evo 3D users!
I'm seeing a lot of people asking how to check MD5 on roms and kernels, and a lot of people that have corrupted .zip files.
Here is a small tutorial on how to check the MD5 sums:
Download the attachment.
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Hey man! Good to finally see you on the GSM forums! I tested your first GSM rom!
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BlueTooth doesn't work... Mhm... Where have I seen that before...
Oh! I remember, in OP's post...
First video recording of FFC and rear camera is messed up. Afterwards fine except some graphical tears.
It's used to make sure you have the exact same version as the original file.
Every file has it's own md5, which will be generated by a set of files inside the .zip. If the file is even 1kb different, the entire md5 is different as well.