Originally Posted by condi
thats just great
tell me - you had new ICS recovery already, and auto-flashing should work - was it flashing fully automatic?
need to know all details if AiO v4.0 worked without problems,
or do I need to change some details
everything worked out quite smooth.
outgoing situation was my honeycomb 3.2.1 r2 with kernel 8.
i rooted it with your tool
then i turned on the backdoor, just in case.
i got the message of the ota 4.0.3r2 and downloaded it ota and putted it in the sd-card.
well, besides the little driver-based problem (in case of the sdcard and AIO) and that you need Java RE 64bit (at least on a 64bit system), which didnt let me do a automatic flash ( i had to manually sign the update then, but that was totally awesome smooth, with the right Jre), everything was okay.
a little problem i encountered was that my 14-15mb "safe-install zip (the update file which fails so it can communicate with AIO) wasnt called "_hack_recovery" instead of just "înstall.zip" (got a bit confused on that ;P)
after that, running the custom zip and seeing your intro, everything was totally awesome
ics and superuser installed
then i made a factory reset. ( wondered a bit because then i was on HC back, but after a restart i was on the rooted ics again)
in short, i didnt really do alot of things (until the sign, which failed because of jre)
just read the instructions on aio, little manually restart to recovery here and there, and choosing the right zips
did the job for me. thanks man, your AIO IS AWESOME! ^^
@tasar I was in the complete same situation. prerooting did the job for me, i know it can be confusing in the part where there are comments of users who got a kernel -switch to something like 10 , which isnt rootable. Tbh i dont know if this depends on unique tabs or the updates. Atm i would say, the german update uses kernel 5 ( at least for me), which is rootable as long as you preroot the update before install.