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FixFlash - Flash Verify and Repair Tool by SavvyX4 (Updated 9/9/10)

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5th May 2011, 07:01 PM   |  #51  
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FixFlash - Flash Verify and Repair Tool by SavvyX4

1. Copy FixFlash.sh to the root of your sdcard
2. Extract the zip of the ROM you want to flash to your phone on your computer. This is necessary for the verification process.

One thing to note (for Linux newbies like me) is if the name of your zip and the name of the unzipped folder have spaces in them, the FixFlash script will not be able to CD to the correct folder and will not be able to correctly verify.

If you already unzipped, you can change the name of the zip file to contain no spaces and then change the name of the unzipped folder to exactly match the zip file.
16th October 2011, 08:22 PM   |  #52  
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Trying this on a Desire HD as I suspect something similar has happened.

The script is slow and seeing the following in the log.

Gathering verification data...
md5sum: can't open 'dev/msm_vidc_enc': No such device
md5sum: can't open 'dev/msm_vidc_dec': No such device
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