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hi there

i am following the intructions for upgrading to gingerbread

http://dev.openaos.org/wiki/AndroidI...orgen8specific

i have done all the steps too (including the zImage and initramfs.cpio.gz)-

7.Press the power button on your Archos and select "Reboot" in the white recovery menu. Hold down again the Volume down while rebooting, so you can select SDE to boot.

I press the power button and boot with the vol down button pressed, i go into developer ed menu and i get stuck.

i cant find anything that will allow me to boot into ginger bread,

options i get are exit, flash kernal and inittamfs and uninstall developer edition(media...blah blah blah)

any one help me please

Tar

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You should not go into recovery and then Developer edition, you should select Developer in the first menu.
 
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It sorted it self out after

Any idea how I con remove it? Not working how I expected it
Tar

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Recovery --> Developer Edition Menu --> Uninstall Developer Edition.

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Recovery --> Developer Edition Menu --> Uninstall Developer Edition.

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Will i still have a rooted tablet tho?
 
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I have done this but it keeps booting into the recovery mode now?

What have I missed?
 
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I have done this but it keeps booting into the recovery mode now?

What have I missed?
Reinstall original archos firmware.

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Once you get the stock firmware running again and the developper edition removed, some leftover files can be still found in the root directory.

-data.img
-openaos-gingerbread.img.gz

If you don't think you'll come back to CyanogenMod/OpenAOS, they're not needed anymore.

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