Originally Posted by spc_hicks09
I had same out of memory issue and couldnt find any files to delete either, so I just rebooted phone and no more memory issue.
MT answered that issue, all you had to do was wipe cache partition in recovery.
My g/f and I are both running GingerVolt 2.0 on our Revolutions. We have been happy with it, except for the OTA update which has been trying to push its way in. We both hit cancel for the update, only to find both our phones, mostly dead and in CWM recovery in the morning....after we overslept since the alarms didn't go off. Luckily my other phone, an old school flip phone is my backup alarm and we were able to just make it to work on time.
Now we have deferred for 24 hours, but we can't have this happen again.
I read above and wiped my cache partition, which subsequently reset everything on my phone. My data was there, all my apps were there (showing I did not factory reset), but it was asking me to sign up for backup assistant and all that wonderful first time start up stuff. Looking further into it pretty much all settings, accounts, preferences were wiped.
I read elsewhere that "freezing" the software update 1.0 service from running would stop the OTA update, but as a result my market no longer worked.
I am working on restoring from before my GingerVolt 2.0 update, and I will re-flash that, but most importantly this OTA must be stopped.
Is there a way to stop this OTA from popping up on our phones? Is there a way to stop the automatic download and install attempt from occurring?