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[WIP][CM7][UNOFFICIAL][MTD][SGH-T959V] 2.3.7 7.2.0-rc1 [04/21/2012]

24th April 2012, 03:49 AM |#291  
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honestly, using the command line heimdall is easier because it doesn't require you to add another pit thus saving a step.

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cd /users/yourusername/Applications
heimdall flash --kernel draganddropboot.imghere

(Windows)
cd pathtoyourheimdall.exe(not heimdall-frontend)

heimdall flash --kernel draganddropboot.imghere
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24th April 2012, 03:59 AM |#292  
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heimdall flash --kernel draganddropboot.imghere

Holy crap you can drag and drop in command prompt. Amazing. I never new that. Thanks
24th April 2012, 04:18 AM |#293  
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Originally Posted by airfluip1

honestly, using the command line heimdall is easier because it doesn't require you to add another pit thus saving a step.

(Mac)
cd /users/yourusername/Applications
heimdall flash --kernel draganddropboot.imghere

(Windows)
cd pathtoyourheimdall.exe(not heimdall-frontend)

heimdall flash --kernel draganddropboot.imghere

You don't have to cd into it

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24th April 2012, 04:21 AM |#294  
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Originally Posted by airfluip1

honestly, using the command line heimdall is easier because it doesn't require you to add another pit thus saving a step.

(Mac)
cd /users/yourusername/Applications
heimdall flash --kernel draganddropboot.imghere

(Windows)
cd pathtoyourheimdall.exe(not heimdall-frontend)

heimdall flash --kernel draganddropboot.imghere

Worked like a charm. Thank you.
24th April 2012, 04:44 AM |#295  
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You don't have to cd into it

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I know, but it saves a drag and drop step. And if you make a mistake once, you don't have to enter it again(or hit the up key)! :P
24th April 2012, 10:22 PM |#296  
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Hey bryan finally got the balls flash this. Wanted to say thanx also I noticed in the OP you said you have issues with 3g vs 4g. I don't think you do cyanogenmod views umts as 3g where as stock views it as 4g. Most of the time we are on umts unless we need hspa+ during downloads or high data transfers. Thanx again love the ROM

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