[ROM][UXKG3] Stock rooted packages (fixed versions up now)
These are both stock Rogers UXKG3 Gingerbread packages. The Odin package is odexed and the only thing added to it is root. The CWM package has root as well and is also de-odexed.
Neither of these packages includes Gingerbread bootloaders so the rainbow bug will be present on these ROMs unless you own a Rogers Infuse.
1) Make sure the drivers for the Infuse 4G are installed. (Installing Kies is the easiest way to accomplish this.)
2) Download and unzip Odin_UXKG3_rooted_no_bootloaders.zip.
3) Run Odin v1.81 as administrator.
4) Place your phone into download mode. (Pull battery, replace battery, and press and hold both volume buttons while plugging in the USB cable.)
5) Make sure your phone shows up in Odin as COM##.
6) Click the PDA button and choose PDA_UXKG3_rooted_no_bootloaders.tar.md5.
7) Click the PHONE button and choose PHONE_UXKG3.tar.md5.
8) Press Start.
9) If the phone doesn't automatically reboot after it completes the flash, just pull the battery and then replace it and turn on the phone.
10) You should perform a factory reset after it boots. Go to Settings > Privacy and select factory reset. Warning:
This will clear everything on your internal SD card, so move everything you want to keep to the external SD card first.
1) You must be rooted and have CWM recovery set up.
2) If you have Voodoo lagfix enabled, disable it. Instructions can be found below.
3) Download CWM-UXKG3-rooted-de-odexed-update.zip and place it on your internal SD card.
4) Power off your phone.
5) With the phone powered off, hold both volume keys and the power button for about 10 seconds and then release. If blue 3e recovery comes up, you need to select reinstall packages. This should boot you into CWM.
6) Select "install zip from sdcard" and select CWM-UXKG3-rooted-de-odexed-update.zip.
7) Once that finishes, select "wipe data/factory reset".
8) Select "reboot system now".
9) If it doesn't boot, it probably means CWM couldn't mount the partitions for a proper install for whatever reason. Apparently this is happening to some after disabling voodoo. You'll need to flash to stock and start from there, but it should work then.
How to Disable Voodoo Lagfix (2 Methods):
Create a file or folder named "disable-lagfix" in the Voodoo folder on your internal SD card and reboot.
Boot into CWM recovery and select "voodoo lagfix" > "disable lagfix" > "reboot system now".
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