If ou are having update issues, 2 things you can fix (if you messed with them in the first place:
if you used the adobe flash fix and changed browser.provider.proxy.odex (stock ROM) to *.odex1, remove the "1"
if you changed your camcorder to 720p and didn't backup your original system/etc/media_profiles.xml, I have attached an original copy. if no other changes were made to your system files you should be good to go!
Hi everyone. As we are all aware, a new variant of the Nexus 7 is coming out which has mobile data. This means it will likely run a firmware variant other than nakasi and will have a device name other than grouper. If anyone plans on buying one of these, I would love if you could check a few things for me before you go flashing ROMs to it or accepting any OTAs. Here's what I'll need from the device:
1. The bootloader version. (Found only on the main bootloader screen)
2. Android version and build # (From settings)
3. Baseband version (From settings)
4. Firmware and device name. To get these two pieces of info, open /system/build.prop in a text editor and post the values of ro.product.name and ro. product.device.
Again, please do this as soon as you power on the device, before applying any OTA that may be available out of the box! Thanks much for your help!
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I no longer need item #4, but I do still need #1-3. Has anyone ordered an HSPA+ Nexus 7? If so, could you get that info for me as soon as you turn the thing on, before applying any OTAs? I have reason to believe that, like the Nexus 4 and 10, it doesn't ship with JOP40C out of the box.
OK I was able to piece together some more data about the 3G Nexus 7's firmware. It ships with Android 4.2, Build JVP15S. I still don't have the bootloader version that JVP15S ships with. I still need someone to provide that bootloader version (just reboot into the bootloader and it'll be right there on screen) and also get the "JOP40C from JVP15S" OTA URL from logcat. These will both need to be done before updating your device to JOP40C.
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