trying to restore the stock nandroid but when I'm in CWM I can never get it to recognize my external sd card. what am I doing wrong? i went back and did the NVFlasher to flash recovery but still doesn't recognize it. I even tried both version 5 and version 4; any ideas? thanks in advance.
figured out my problem. didn't 'extract' the zip file, duh. sorry guys.
Can we get a faster mirror or a torrent, that site is really slow and I really want the 2.3 stock thanks
Phone: Nexus One ($375 via Buffalo's Craigslist) & Samsung Vibrant(FREE)
Second Phone:G1 still alive and kicking with CM6
Rom: Cyanogen Nightly
Recovery: ClockworkMOD @AhronZombi
ok well im trying to restore my g2x to stock rom because i really miss the LG camera app.... all these camera apps suck.
Well i read many instructions but i still keep getting the MD5 Mismatch! error. Theres no spaces, and i even cleared as well as made sure there are no spaces. Any luck?
well, i just got done browsing through this thread and it seems that 2 fixes are out there.. download it again or make sure you aren't doing 2 directory structures. It seems when you extract it, it is making it's correct directory... so if you created a directory and extracted it.. it may cause the prob
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just downloaded both files from gunman's dropbox... both are invalid zip files.. empty, nothing in them. The other download locations is gonna take me a week to download the file at those speeds..
Changed File sharing to Minus, let me know how it goes?
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