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[ROM][2.04 Base][v2.2.1][680MB] Stock Rooted Deodexed Zipaligned Debloated + Extras

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20th February 2013, 08:14 PM   |  #31  
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I'm currently on Stock+debloated+rooted+S-OFF.

I want to update using this rom. Couple of questions:
1. Is this the way to go or there's a better way?
2. will this automatically update my radio?

Thanks!

Im not quite sure what you mean in your first question but No this will not update the radio (that you have to manually do)
20th February 2013, 08:51 PM   |  #32  
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Re: [ROM][2.04.605.2][v2.2] Stock Rooted Deodexed Zipaligned Semi-Debloated + Extras
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They are there I haven't removed them...

Attachment 1746476 Attachment 1746477 Attachment 1746478

Try a Fresh install maybe because they are there

Go to settings, apps, all, HTC Sense, and clear data will fix this.

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20th February 2013, 08:56 PM   |  #33  
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Im not quite sure what you mean in your first question but No this will not update the radio (that you have to manually do)

I mean that I just want to upgrade to the new update recently released.

Is there a better/easier way to do it instead of wiping the entire device and flashing a new ROM?

And where can I find the radio?
20th February 2013, 08:59 PM   |  #34  
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I mean that I just want to upgrade to the new update recently released.

Is there a better/easier way to do it instead of wiping the entire device and flashing a new ROM?

And where can I find the radio?

Well if you want the updated ROM you have to do a full wipe and flash this (or anybody elses)

if you want the OTA Firmware you need to either take the OTA or manually flash the fimware.zip in fastboot
21st February 2013, 02:36 AM   |  #35  
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Originally Posted by desheh

I mean that I just want to upgrade to the new update recently released.

Is there a better/easier way to do it instead of wiping the entire device and flashing a new ROM?

And where can I find the radio?

If you haven't already found it, you can get the latest radio here with step-by-step instructions on how to flash it:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2155915
21st February 2013, 06:58 AM   |  #36  
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I think this is a great option for a stock deodexed ROM .. I personally take the ROM.zip...unzip it then remove anything I don't want in system and also put my own sounds/apps in system folder.. So for me this is the type of ROM i like to use.. every now and then I use some of the more "modded" ROMs.. but most of the time I come back to a stock version.. That said I am going back to a stock rom from the original firmware.. I do like some of the enhancements in the new 2.04 update.. like Angry Birds Star Wars HD actually works now, I can set my wifi to be on 2.4ghz only.. (as i don't use 5ghz at all) but I seem to be getting much worse battery life.. which i attribute to the stock kernel... I will flash this again once HTC releases the source kernel and devs (hopefully elkay) make it better Now I will say that I did a "dirty" flash of this ROM b/c I didn't want to format my data partition at this point, so that could attribute to the battery life..

I am in no way saying the OP's ROM gives bad battery life.

So for now I am back to the my debloated/deodexed version of the original firmware although I did update to the new radio..

Thanks again OP and I look foward to coming back to this ROM when 2.04 based kernels start popping up!!
21st February 2013, 02:04 PM   |  #37  
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Re: [ROM][2.04.605.2][v2.2] Stock Rooted Deodexed Zipaligned Semi-Debloated + Extras
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I think this is a great option for a stock deodexed ROM .. I personally take the ROM.zip...unzip it then remove anything I don't want in system and also put my own sounds/apps in system folder.. So for me this is the type of ROM i like to use.. every now and then I use some of the more "modded" ROMs.. but most of the time I come back to a stock version.. That said I am going back to a stock rom from the original firmware.. I do like some of the enhancements in the new 2.04 update.. like Angry Birds Star Wars HD actually works now, I can set my wifi to be on 2.4ghz only.. (as i don't use 5ghz at all) but I seem to be getting much worse battery life.. which i attribute to the stock kernel... I will flash this again once HTC releases the source kernel and devs (hopefully elkay) make it better Now I will say that I did a "dirty" flash of this ROM b/c I didn't want to format my data partition at this point, so that could attribute to the battery life..

I am in no way saying the OP's ROM gives bad battery life.

So for now I am back to the my debloated/deodexed version of the original firmware although I did update to the new radio..

Thanks again OP and I look foward to coming back to this ROM when 2.04 based kernels start popping up!!

Yeah its probably just the kernel, I hope htc releases source soon cause I want to play around with different things

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22nd February 2013, 04:32 PM   |  #38  
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is there a way i can download the updata and keep root
can someone point me into the right direction to install the update and keep root pls
25th February 2013, 10:44 PM   |  #39  
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Updated Rom to v2.2.1 Now down to a 680MB .zip
26th February 2013, 02:15 AM   |  #40  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1169443 <<< thats a tutorial for boot menu changes i noticed you wanted info on changing for now you can update also is this rom on the old hboot and radio

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