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[RUU] RUU_Hero_C_Sprint_2.20.651.1_signed_test | Android 2.1

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Default [RUU] RUU_Hero_C_Sprint_2.20.651.1_signed_test | Android 2.1

Here is a link to the latest RUU from Sprint.

You cannot simply extract it. This still has root since it is a test release. I recommend just doing an adb pull of your system directory after you flash it. Don't do this when the final one comes out or else you might be stuck without root.

You will need to add busybox, patch sh and su, and make sure that you do another recovery image and such. I also recommend adding Superuser.apk and stuff. If you use the Desire build.prop, you can get most of the protected apps working.

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http://dl.damagedroms.com/2.0/RUU_He...igned_test.exe

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Here is a link to the latest RUU from Sprint.
I would just like to say how hilarious this would be if it were a virus.....
 
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I would just like to say how hilarious this would be if it were a virus.....
alright come on enough with the jokes.
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this was posted on the other thread before it was deleted...but, is there any advantage with an RUU release vs a the reg custom rom update.zips for the average user (i.eone who just flashes roms)?
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this was posted on the other thread before it was deleted...but, is there any advantage with an RUU release vs a the reg custom rom update.zips for the average user (i.eone who just flashes roms)?
A Test RUU is useless to someone that is not a Dev.

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exactly. for it to even work you need to know how to

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sorry to be a noob here but this may be the final 2.1 sprint release? god i hope so because when i get my replacement hero next week id love to have a fully functional 2.1 rom to flash to.

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