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rooted 2.2.2 with DJ_Steve's tweaks flash through CWR

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26th March 2011, 02:20 AM   |  #1  
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Ok BIG thanks goes too davied and DJ_Steve. Without them this would not be possible. Ive flashed this and all is good. Root, 2300 consistent in quadrant. This is Davied's .zip with DJ_Steve's tweaks. Copy and paste mirror2.streakdroid.com/djsteve336.zip this in your browser. Flash via Clockworkmod.

Its always a safe bet too wipe data/cache make a nandroid before you flash!!! Flash at your own risk Me, Davied, DJ_Steve are not responsible for anything that may happen to your device or yourself. Happy Streaking to you all!!!


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good work keep it up ....first lol
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Originally Posted by Hellzya

Ok BIG thanks goes too davied and DJ_Steve. Without them this would not be possible. Ive flashed this and all is good. Root, 2300 consistent in quadrant. This is Davied's .zip with DJ_Steve's tweaks. Copy and paste mirror2.streakdroid.com/djsteve336.zip this in your browser. Flash via Clockworkmod.

Its always a safe bet too wipe data/cache. Flash at your own risk Me, Davied, DJ_Steve are not responsible for anything that may happen to your device or yourself. Happy Streaking to you all!!!


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Thanks bud, downloading.

Is there a way to flash using other ways other than CWM? I am already installed with 2.2.2 so I am not rooted so I can't install rom manager to flash CWM... what a circle...

Thanks!
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Thanks bud, downloading.

Is there a way to flash using other ways other than CWM? I am already installed with 2.2.2 so I am not rooted so I can't install rom manager to flash CWM... what a circle...

Thanks!

Well I guess that is pretty stupid question ..
Maybe I flash recovery using this recovery first, then boot into recovery , then flash the .zip file.
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NO!!! Your dell streak7 has an unlocked bootloader there for you can go to the clockwork thread by graffixnyc and flash his cwr through fastboot then boot into cwr and flash this. This has too be flashed through cwr.

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NO!!! Your dell streak7 has an unlocked bootloader there for you can go to the clockwork thread by graffixnyc and flash his cwr through fastboot then boot into cwr and flash this. This has too be flashed through cwr.

sent from my Tbolt.

I flashed his recovery-cwm.img, and when i hold volume up + power, it still goes into stock recovery menu...

am I missing anything?

Last time i flashed my cwm, I used Rom Manager. . .
26th March 2011, 06:19 AM   |  #7  
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I flashed his recovery-cwm.img, and when i hold volume up + power, it still goes into stock recovery menu...

am I missing anything?

Last time i flashed my cwm, I used Rom Manager. . .

Yes! You need to select the third option update pkg and ds7 will go into cwm!

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26th March 2011, 07:50 AM   |  #8  
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hey, these worked with update march 24 ?
i had try to fastboot and the sreen hang, must reset it
26th March 2011, 08:36 AM   |  #9  
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hey, these worked with update march 24 ?
i had try to fastboot and the sreen hang, must reset it

the screen didnt hang.. that screen IS the fastboot screen.. when you have that screen you must plug your streak into your computer.. all the fastboot commands are issued through a command prompt on your computer..
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the screen didnt hang.. that screen IS the fastboot screen.. when you have that screen you must plug your streak into your computer.. all the fastboot commands are issued through a command prompt on your computer..

yeah, i had typed command "fastboot flash recovery recovery.img", put the file to DS7, it flashed and hang maybe i had updated OTA march 23.

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