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★ [ROM] ICS alpha ★ Latest update: 14/01/12 ★ [TUT] Unbrick ★ Kernel sources ★

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I tried unbricking but after the formatting part I get the following error.

sending file: bootloader.bin
| 941356/941356 bytes sent
bootloader.bin sent successfully
sending file: mbtdata.img
- 1024/1024 bytes sent
mbtdata.img sent successfully
sending file: recovery.img
| 3860480/3860480 bytes sent
recovery.img sent successfully
sending file: boot.img
- 3184640/3184640 bytes sent
boot.img sent successfully
sending file: system.img
| 458752/128154048 bytes sentdata send failed NvError 0x120002
command failure: create failed (bad data)

Any idea what this means? Any help anyone?
 
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Sounds like your image is corrupted. Would try to redownload the files. ;)

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I tried unbricking but after the formatting part I get the following error.

sending file: bootloader.bin
| 941356/941356 bytes sent
bootloader.bin sent successfully
sending file: mbtdata.img
- 1024/1024 bytes sent
mbtdata.img sent successfully
sending file: recovery.img
| 3860480/3860480 bytes sent
recovery.img sent successfully
sending file: boot.img
- 3184640/3184640 bytes sent
boot.img sent successfully
sending file: system.img
| 458752/128154048 bytes sentdata send failed NvError 0x120002
command failure: create failed (bad data)

Any idea what this means? Any help anyone?
 
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Happen to have links to the update.zip files for each?
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when trying to run download.sh in ubuntu, i get this error...

./nvflash: command not found
 
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Wink Internal SD card

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You should be able to update to ClockworkMod even with those error messages. You can either copy the update.zip to your SD card or copy it directly to the root of the Adam memory. Then run the update using the stock recovery via Volume + and Power.
Mine did the same until I had Win 7 repair the internal SDcard. Others had told me to wipe it. After that no problemos.
LG Nexus 4, Android 4.2.2.
Samsung Nexus S GT-i9023, [CNA (Mod) 2.0.0-RC2 Android 4.0.4 IMM76D/Matr1x-CFS-V22.0, SmartassV2~SIO 200-1200Mhz/XXKL1], unlocked, rooted.

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Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet, 18392QM 00121_ROW, [Android ICS 4.0.3, OTA 3, OnDemand~Noop], unlocked, rooted.
 
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Post 1, as seen on here as well http://notioninkhacks.com/forums/vie...&hilit=unbrick does what you want. The bin file in here has nvflash. I did roughly the same as you, hadn't turned on the Adam for ages, had to nvflash it before doing the ICS update. Make sure you put the ICS files on the internal SDCARD, I got those mount errors as well all the way through

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