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Default [ROM] PlainJane Froyo for Incredible 2 (Stock, root, busybox, sqlite)

This is pretty much rooted stock. As with all of "my" (HTC's) plainjane roms, there won't be improvements until the next OTA.

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thanks jcase. im excited to experience the inc2 on stock froyo without the vzw bloatware. its been a great handset out of the box.
 
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This is pretty much rooted stock. As with all of "my" (HTC's) plainjane roms, there won't be improvements until the next OTA.

http://www.multiupload.com/RVUCMAHD1M
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this is still just the rom right? s-off and root is still in beta?
 
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this is still just the rom right? s-off and root is still in beta?
Its a stock rom, for those with s-off. Mainly to get ppl back to stock but rooted, if they desire to.
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Is it the chinese - english Stock Rom froyo ?
 
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Just get s-off and tried to flash this rom. Everything went fine but i see no su in programs (( No any root sw wont work. Maybe im doing something wrong ? Ive opened zip and su and busybox is there in xbin folder but no su after rom flashed .
 
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Getting stuck on the htc splash screen any time I try to install this...
 
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I also am getting stuck at the HTC boot splash. I'm kind of new to the custom roms though.

I used fastboot and flashed the boot.img to the boot partition. Then took the /system and repackaged it into a yaffs2 image. Flashed the result to the system partition. Don't know if thats exactly what to do.

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You just have to flash it in recovery. Nothing tricky or difficult like what the previous poster described. The instructions for flashing can be found in almost any ROM thread.

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