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Megaupload is down!!!! Can someone please put these files on 4shared or something!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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Megaupload is down!!!! Can someone please put these files on 4shared or something!!!!!!!!!!!!!
sry I don't have the files anymore, they were only on my megaupload account :(


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No prob, I have made another Tutorial on the Q&A forum WITH the safety measures AND the proper files (I can't thank Demkantor much more). I can give you the files with mail hopefully, just look under my account and my tut, just download them and replace them
(Give me some credit, i am new), but you inspired me PS the radio file is a switch file from the EzTerry post but it does work and I said you need the DangerSPL
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Please stop posting references to your "guide" to flash radio / spl by recovery! It's completely useless, in contrary it's dangerous for people who do not know the basics and may lead to a brick. The original postings from ezterry explain everything how to flash radio and/or spl. Use fastboot and everything will work fine.

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Recovery: Amon RA-Dream-v1.7.0 (MTD:90/2/114, 1.33.0013)
Radio: 2.22.28.25 SPL: 1.33.0013d SD Card: 8GB Class 6 - ~7.2GB Fat32 / ~500MB Ext3

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Please stop posting references to your "guide" to flash radio / spl by recovery! It's completely useless, in contrary it's dangerous for people who do not know the basics and may lead to a brick. The original postings from ezterry explain everything how to flash radio and/or spl. Use fastboot and everything will work fine.
It worked fine for me and demkantor said it would work fine and 6000 people downloaded this and did this so what the $&@# is you problem, it is their choice not mine and it is a good way if you dont have a computer on you..... I actually prefer fastboot for other people but not for me and other people, so stop getting on everybody's nerves!!!
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What did Terry told you here? Everybody who needs to go to 2708/0013d should read it and then decide on it's own ...

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Recovery: Amon RA-Dream-v1.7.0 (MTD:90/2/114, 1.33.0013)
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Like I said, and I posted it on my thread, it's THEIR choice. Man, I hope XDA-developers won't turn in a dictatorship

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please stop posting references to your "guide" to flash radio / spl by recovery! It's completely useless, in contrary it's dangerous for people who do not know the basics and may lead to a brick. The original postings from ezterry explain everything how to flash radio and/or spl. Use fastboot and everything will work fine.
come on, if you know how to flash a friggin' rom, you know how to flash that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Default No download links work, I want to update my tmobile google g1 android 1.6

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I want to update tmobile google g1 android 1.6 to 2.2 froyo, Can anyone provide latest download links which works i tried all the forums but no download links work, i am stuck on this fone now
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IF ANYONE TRY TO FLASH HBOOT FILES FROM RECOVERY,,OR BEST SAYED FROM .ZIP FORMAT---YOU WILL BRICK YOUR PHONE YOUR ARE ADVERTAISED...from experiencie..
 
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That's not quite true, but you need to know what to flash and also the sequence of flashing radio / hboot / etc. is important. If you do not follow the instructions bricks are quite common.

Nevertheless using fastboot for changing radio / hboot is more save on the G1 as it minimizes the brick possibilities.

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1. Phone: Samsung Galaxy SII GT-I9100, CM-11-UNOFFICIAL-i9100 (ADS-build)

2. Phone: G1
Rom: IcedADS_Magpie Gingerbread (2.3.7) based on ezGingerbread and Firerat's magpie
Recovery: Amon RA-Dream-v1.7.0 (MTD:90/2/114, 1.33.0013)
Radio: 2.22.28.25 SPL: 1.33.0013d SD Card: 8GB Class 6 - ~7.2GB Fat32 / ~500MB Ext3

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