Originally Posted by Celinibellini
I have a HTC Sensation Z710e and a month ago or so I applied the automatic ICS update; it runs quite alright but each time I restart the phone it displays the following "Android is upgrading: Optimising Application x of 17"...
Is this normal? Shall I do something?
That usually happens when cache and dalvik are wiped.
I am not aware if this is a known ICS update issue or not. But it isn't normal phone behavior.
I suggest you wait for a senior member to respond. If your phone is in warranty, I guess it's better to take it to HTC to get it looked into instead of trying to fiddle around and fix it yourself.
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Originally Posted by konsorte17
Is there a way to tempt root my htc sensation 4g, I have the latest ics update that came out yesterday but my phone is water damaged so the volume button doesn't work which means i can't root it manually. I had my phone rooted with a GB rom before I did the update but because of the water damage I couldn't update my firmware so it can support an ics rom. I backed up all my apps + data using titanium and i can't restore it back unless my phone is rooted. Is there a way i can tempt root my phone to get my apps data back or a one click program to root my phone with the latest update without having to go through the vol down and power button process?
Thanks in advance
All I know is you can use adb commands in command prompt to reboot and perform various other functions which you would ideally need to use the volume button for..
Connect your phone to the PC in HTC Sync mode.
Ensure that USB debugging is enabled.
Navigate to the folder containing adb.exe
Run either of the commands:
adb reboot bootloader
Will reboot your phone to bootloader.
adb reboot recovery
Will reboot your phone to recovery.
I don't know how you will go about temp rooting.
Also, look here
I have added the files that you need. (For Windows)