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Default Leakers about the OTA

If you are a leaker, please follow this tutorial when updating to the OTA. Get us the url to the OTA zip please.

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If you are interested in looking at the process that HTC/Verizon uses for the OTA updates, you can get the URL for the OTA zip the following way:

Run logcat on the pc and accept the update on the phone

$ adb logcat > logcat_accept.txt

This will sit like this (it continues to log output into the output file) until the phone reboots. At that point, the adb logcat job will terminate, and the name of the zip file will be indicated in the logfile in a message similar to:

W/SystemUpdateHelper( 64): !!! REBOOTING TO INSTALL /cache/desirec-ota-104882.7b1e5cca.zip !!!

Then, take the name of the file and paste it on the end of android.clients.google.com/updates/partner, for instance, for the Eris 1.17.605.1 OTA, the complete url is:


https://android.clients.google.com/updates/partner/desirec-ota-104882.7b1e5cca.zip


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i would, but i have no idea what any of that means :|
 
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Default Im assuming either Linux or MS Command prompt?

Thats where you would enter the code correct?
Point the code to the device, then begin the update as usual?

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$ cd /path/to/phone/
$ adb logcat > logcat-accept.txt

Or am I off here...

I have no update as of yet, but would love to help.
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Default ?

It just says

adb: permission denied




is this for leak or root?
 
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It just says

adb: permission denied




is this for leak or root?
Did you go to your sdk tools dir first? This should be for ANYONE who receives the OTA update.
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Did you go to your sdk tools dir first? This should be for ANYONE who receives the OTA update.

Yeah heres what i did on CMD


cd c:\AndroidSDK\tools\
adb shell
adb logcat > logcat_accept.txt
 
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Default Re: Leakers about the OTA

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Did you go to your sdk tools dir first? This should be for ANYONE who receives the OTA update.




Yeah heres what i did on CMD





cd c:\AndroidSDK\tools\

adb shell

adb logcat > logcat_accept.txt
it may be different for me but my tools dir is at c:\Windows\androidsdk\android-sdk-windows\tools
don't know if its different for you though like I said
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it may be different for me but my tools dir is at c:\Windows\androidsdk\android-sdk-windows\tools
don't know if its different for you though like I said
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yeah mine is different. When i put the folder in my harddrive i played around with some of the names and what not.

as far as getting URL goes, i think a rooted user might be able to get it no problem.
 
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Yeah heres what i did on CMD


cd c:\AndroidSDK\tools\
adb shell
adb logcat > logcat_accept.txt
If you type adb shell, it will emulate a shell on the phone. Skip that step. Just type
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adb logcat > logcat_accept.txt
and it should start dumping to a file called logcat_accept.txt.
 
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somebody needs to post a step by step how to with complete details so some of us rookies can do this
with what tools and where to get the tools

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