Originally Posted by koop1955
You are most welcome and thank you. I tried it (I am running the latest Gedemis ROM at the moment) and your instructions were flawless. I do have one question.
I ran the PDroid for the Gedemis CM9 ROM package and it installed perfectly. I would like to try the V6 package as well. Any steps that I should take first? Clear anything out?
And thanks again.
The current method for enabling multiple mods like this is to combine them into a single package. We have the software capability to layer mods on top of one another, all within android, but right now we can't count on the hardware always being up to the task. As Android devices become beefier over the next year or so, on-board modding will be the preferred method.
But for now, I have premade packages that combine multiple mods and packaged them for distribution in Botbrew.
Botbrew, by design, won't let you install multiple system-app packages. That is because each package contains a unique set of modded system apps. If you install a new package, you are by definition replacing the first.
All of that is a long way of saying, it's easy, but you do have to uninstall the current pdroid package.
- Uninstall the android-framework-pdroid package
- Install the android-framework-pdroid-v6
After reboot, PDroid will still be enabled (it was actually never disabled with this method) but you will have to configure the v6 from the terminal with a copy of the script you get yourself. I could install it for you, but zeppelinrox prefers that all users download the program from him directly. There is a link to his downloads page in the first post, as well as a link to a configuration guide should you need one.
Thanks for trying the packages!
Note: in the V6 configuration guide link, you will notice some different Botbrew package names. That is because the guide is for my Nook Color packages. The walk-through for the V6 is 100% applicable to the kindle fire, though.