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SPLs for DREA100 & DREA110 (Orig, Eng, Hard) [updated 2009-05-12]

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This only affects your bootloader (specifically the second program loader). The software stack above that (kernel and userland) is unaffected.
you really never know... for all we know it gathers that info from the bootloader.
 
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Could this update be applied to a phone running the TC5-RC8 (JesusFreke version) Since this update only affects the bootloader I should be fine?
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hey JF, if I install the engineering bootloader, can i put the stock bootloader back?
 
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hey JF, if I install the engineering bootloader, can i put the stock bootloader back?
I'd like to know the same...
 
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Done. Worked ok. Now the main question.
After I installed developer boot loader, do that means now what even if i'll install Official RC30 now, I still will have ability to reflash my system with modified.
The answers is 100% yes for me. But just to be 101% sure i am askin it.

Also. When I am booting with Camera+Power and getting those geeks on skateboards. It's said "no image" which image it's searching for? Where it's should be placed? Anything else what I could do from this "booting" mode?
 
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And another question. Google should have it's own version of OS (/system) for developers phone, beside of "official rc30 for t-mobile, which have root blocked" is this native version published anythere?
 
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To do anything with it you need the fastboot tool (built as part of the source tree). There is a cheat sheet up at www.gotontheinter.net that talks about how to use it.

As to the google official build... source.android.com. Although they are talking about adding a way for devs to install the closed source google apps.
 
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what is the benefit of having this over the modified RC30?
 
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In addition to, not instead of.

It lets you (safely) work on the kernel or platform. That is all really.
 
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so if im not a developer there is no real benefit for me to upgrade to this version?

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