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Warning!!!! Do not flash these if
A. You dont know what you are doing
B. you have not already done a manual update to EE4
C. you do not understand what they are for

XDA, any developer, or myself are NOT responsible for anything you do to your phone.



All packages are compressed in .rar form they need to be extracted and flashed with odin. If you are a developer and just want the deodex system...well you know what to do. Also Notice Using a custome kernel on EE4 is required for root but this also write protects your sdcard for some reason so just be aware.

First package:Fully stock kernel, recovery and system(this will come in handy)
http://www.androphiles.com/files/and...ck_DXC.tar.rar


Second package: Deodexed system, imnuts modded CWM , stock kernel (not rooted)
http://www.androphiles.com/files/and...dx_DXC.tar.rar


Warning having a Custom kernel Write protects your sdcard when trying to mount to your PC otherwise everything works

Third package: Deodexed system, imnuts modded CWM, jt voodoo kernel (Rooted)
http://www.androphiles.com/files/and...do_DXC.tar.rar


Again if you need instructions on how to flash these just hold off till we can mess with this build some more.
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Awesome, but, definitely holding off on this.
 
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So we're supposed to update to EE4 before installing any of these packages?
 
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Sweeeet. Thanks driodxcon!

Dammit, you never figured out the sdcard problem?

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Sweet thanks as always.

Kinda curious tho if we are already running your AB build with a custom kernel with Voodoo and lagfix how will we go about updating to EE4 so we don't mess up and loose root access in the process. Thanks in advance for any input.
 
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Kinda curious tho if we are already running your AB build with a custom kernel with Voodoo and lagfix how will we go about updating to EE4 so we don't mess up and loose root access in the process.
Kind of a tedious process, but here is what I did:
1) I disabled the lagfix (create a folder called 'disable-lagfix' in /sdcard/Voodoo)
2) rebooted the phone to disable the voodoo lagfix
3) ran the stock rooted ED1 ODIN file (which I created )
4) took the OTA ED2 update and lost root
5) downloaded the EE4 update file (http://goo.gl/XTDA9) and renamed it 'update.zip' and put it on my sdcard
6) booted into recovery and applied update.zip and then let it boot
7) flashed JTs rooted voodoo kernel and his CWM in ODIN (you should probably delete the disable-lagfix folder after step 6)

NOTE: I didn't wipe at all during this process.

I have EE4 and JTs voodoo kernel and I've confirmed that I have root access.
Now it's time to get rid of this orange and brown crap... again :/
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Kind of a tedious process, but here is what I did:
1) I disabled the lagfix (create a folder called 'disable-lagfix' in /sdcard/Voodoo)
2) rebooted the phone to disable the voodoo lagfix
3) ran the stock rooted ED1 ODIN file (which I created )
4) took the OTA ED2 update and lost root
5) downloaded the EE4 update file (http://goo.gl/XTDA9) and renamed it 'update.zip' and put it on my sdcard
6) booted into recovery and applied update.zip and then let it boot
7) flashed JTs rooted voodoo kernel and his CWM in ODIN (you should probably delete the disable-lagfix folder after step 6)

NOTE: I didn't wipe at all during this process.

I have EE4 and JTs voodoo kernel and I've confirmed that I have root access.
Now it's time to get rid of this orange and brown crap... again :/
are you able to move files onto your sdcard?
 
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are you able to move files onto your sdcard?
Yup. What stuff do you want a dump of? Just the system?
 
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Sounds great but I'm going to wait until it's a full CWM rom.
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Kind of a tedious process, but here is what I did:
1) I disabled the lagfix (create a folder called 'disable-lagfix' in /sdcard/Voodoo)
2) rebooted the phone to disable the voodoo lagfix
3) ran the stock rooted ED1 ODIN file (which I created )
4) took the OTA ED2 update and lost root
5) downloaded the EE4 update file and renamed it 'update.zip' and put it on my sdcard
6) booted into recovery and applied update.zip and then let it boot
7) flashed JTs rooted voodoo kernel and his CWM in ODIN (you should probably delete the disable-lagfix folder after step 6)

NOTE: I didn't wipe at all during this process.

I have EE4 and JTs voodoo kernel and I've confirmed that I have root access.
Now it's time to get rid of this orange and brown crap... again :/

so after the whole 9 yard process of getting it back to stock and then updating all the way up to EE4, when you flashed JT's voodoo kernel, you still maintained all the capabilities of the EE4 update? currently, i believe it seems that flashing a ROM like altered beast (after you've updated to EE4 from stock), makes the functions of the EE4 update disappear?

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