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Oppo Find 7a X9006 140419 OTA

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30th April 2014, 08:39 PM   |  #1  
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Enclosed is the latest Find 7a X9006 OTA

Build: 140419

NOTE: I am only posting this here for users to download and devs to use. I will most likely not be updating with new versions and will not be supporting this as it is OPPO's

NOTE2: You must use stock recovery in order to flash this update.

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Oppo Find 7a X9006 140419 OTA, a ROM for the Oppo Find 7

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ROM OS Version: 4.3.x Jellybean

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Status: Stable

Created 2014-04-30
Last Updated 2014-04-30
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30th April 2014, 09:35 PM   |  #2  
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Think there's any chance of this being rebundled to work with TRWP?
30th April 2014, 09:52 PM   |  #3  
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Think there's any chance of this being rebundled to work with TRWP?

Issue is that right now TWRP looks for the device to be called "find7a" due to it actually being a Find 7a - but Oppo is shipping it as "FIND7" which is certainly to cause all sorts of issues going forward when the real find 7 comes out.

As soon as I can test it out I will be pushing a TWRP ready version of the OTA - or you can remove the ASSERT lines in the updater-script
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Originally Posted by jerdog

Issue is that right now TWRP looks for the device to be called "find7a" due to it actually being a Find 7a - but Oppo is shipping it as "FIND7" which is certainly to cause all sorts of issues going forward when the real find 7 comes out.

As soon as I can test it out I will be pushing a TWRP ready version of the OTA - or you can remove the ASSERT lines in the updater-script

No need to remove the Assert lines as I just change one of the FIND7 entries to X9007 for my Find 7a phone and it installs no problems.
1st May 2014, 02:36 AM   |  #5  
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Hmm, I installed TWRP and SuperSU, fastbooted the stock recovery.img back and the update file fails to flash in stock recovery for me... I've verified MD5. Not sure what it could be but a TWRP flashable.zip would be very appreciated anybody?
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Someone got the international rom to download ( not coloros 2 beta) , i want to flash my chinese x9007 with it?
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Well, I made the update, but I noticed that the screen is turning on in my pocket. My phone has the pre-ordered cover So I guess they didn't fix it very well (10.) Except if there is a cover option to tick somewhere.
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Originally Posted by farfromovin

Hmm, I installed TWRP and SuperSU, fastbooted the stock recovery.img back and the update file fails to flash in stock recovery for me... I've verified MD5. Not sure what it could be but a TWRP flashable.zip would be very appreciated anybody?


updates fails for me too after flashing stock recovery back via fastboot
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updates fails for me too after flashing stock recovery back via fastboot

Did you make any significant changes to /system? I got the update to work with stock recovery but the only difference I had from stock was that the OS was rooted. I also uninstalled Xposed Framework before installing the update. I didn't continue using the updated ROM though because I could not get Titanium Backup restores to work. Funny, because it worked of the previous version of ColorOS 1.2. Right now I'm running the ColorOS 2.0 beta. It's less glitchy than 1.2. I still don't like ColorOS and can't wait for an alternative.

-Andy
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Did you make any significant changes to /system? I got the update to work with stock recovery but the only difference I had from stock was that the OS was rooted. I also uninstalled Xposed Framework before installing the update. I didn't continue using the updated ROM though because I could not get Titanium Backup restores to work. Funny, because it worked of the previous version of ColorOS 1.2. Right now I'm running the ColorOS 2.0 beta. It's less glitchy than 1.2. I still don't like ColorOS and can't wait for an alternative.

-Andy

all I did was root it and flash TWRP. Then flashed stock recovery back.

Do you still get LTE with 2.0 beta? Did you get LTE before going to 2.0b?

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