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[DEV] PSFreedom Android

6th September 2010, 02:42 PM   |  #51  
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boot.img does not go on your phones micro-sd card by the way, the other files do. I had that problem with cannot load "boot.img" until I put that file in the Android SDK tools folder.

Could you please explain this further? So you need to have android SDK installed on ur pc?
6th September 2010, 02:46 PM   |  #52  
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Disclaimer -
This will disable your ability to use USB storage on the phone!
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Known Bugs -
This will disable wi-fi untill the original boot.img is flashed back!
This will also disable USB mass storage.

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Here you go, Instructions too...

Download this
http://www.mediafire.com/?cgst1aw26i26b60

and place it's contents onto the root of your SD-card.

Then download my flashable boot.img
http://cl.ly/83b21dd1818a791d857e

Place that on the root of your card, Reboot into recovery and flash the PS3-signed.zip

Reboot your phone.

Launch terminal emulator...

Then type the following...
Code:
#cd sdcard
#su
#insmod psfreedom.ko
Now turn your PS3 off at the wall, and plug in your phone.
Turn the PS3 back on at the wall.
Press the PS3 power button followed by the eject key in quick succession...

Profit ??

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To get back to normal...

Download this...
http://cl.ly/428e11e2b0c81369761e

Go into recovery...
Enable USB-storage
Copy .zip
Flash .zip

Even more Profit


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Confirmed working devices )With known bugs above -

Nexus One - CM-N1
Desire (Bravo) - OpenDesire 4.0.4
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6th September 2010, 03:00 PM   |  #53  
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Originally Posted by t4tav

Here you go, Instructions too...

Download this
http://www.mediafire.com/?cgst1aw26i26b60

and place it's contents onto the root of your SD-card.

Then download my flashable boot.img
http://cl.ly/83b21dd1818a791d857e

Place that on the root of your card, Reboot into recovery and flash the PS3-signed.zip

Reboot your phone.

Launch terminal emulator...

Then type the following...

Code:
#cd sdcard
#su
#insmod psfreedom.ko
Now turn your PS3 off at the wall, and plug in your phone.
Turn the PS3 back on at the wall.
Press the PS3 power button followed by the eject key in quick succession...

Profit ??

got it working

now that I have backup manager installed, do I need the phone every time I restart the PS3?
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6th September 2010, 03:08 PM   |  #54  
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Is anyone else having problems with wifi after using this?
6th September 2010, 03:09 PM   |  #55  
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Disclaimer -
This will disable your ability to use USB storage on the phone!

How do you re-enable it? Would you suggest doing a nandroid backup of your normal settings, flash the ps3-signed.zip and use it for the ps3, then nandroid restore your original image?

BIG thanks to all the devs by the way. Homebrew ftw
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6th September 2010, 03:11 PM   |  #56  
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Originally Posted by t4tav

Disclaimer -
This will disable your ability to use USB storage on the phone!
--------------

Here you go, Instructions too...


Place that on the root of your card, Reboot into recovery and flash the PS3-signed.zip

Reboot your phone.

Launch terminal emulator...

Then type the following...

Code:
#cd sdcard
#su
#insmod psfreedom.ko
Now turn your PS3 off at the wall, and plug in your phone.
Turn the PS3 back on at the wall.
Press the PS3 power button followed by the eject key in quick succession...

Profit ??

WIN!!!!! had to change to older CM6-RC3 build. install pkg files is available!!gogogo thanks to devs!

edit 1 - WORKS GREAT but NO WIFI. I suspect this is to do with slight differences in cm6 that we all have. i'll try with a nightly later see if it works
edit 2 - Only seems to work on cm6-rc3, cm6-nightly and cm6-final get stuck at boot.I've made a nandroid backup of working kernel for now.
edir 3 - works with cm_passion-09062010-002731.zip. i'm sticking with this build for now.
Last edited by kunalnarsey; 6th September 2010 at 05:18 PM. Reason: more compat testing
6th September 2010, 03:11 PM   |  #57  
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Reflash CM6 over it, or give me an half an hour hour or so till I pack the reverting kernel.


And Yes, You need the phone everytime you do this :/
6th September 2010, 03:17 PM   |  #58  
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WIFI no longer working for me after installing the kernel. Anyone else?
6th September 2010, 03:18 PM   |  #59  
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Reflash CM6 over it, or give me an half an hour hour or so till I pack the reverting kernel.

And Yes, You need the phone everytime you do this :/

oh yes please, do this.
6th September 2010, 03:20 PM   |  #60  
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Quote:
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Here's a flashable zip for people that do not want to unlock their bootloader

http://cl.ly/83b21dd1818a791d857e

- Tavis

anyone confirm? also is there a zip to disable like the desire?

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