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DI01 update with root and busybox / DI01 baseband update

23rd September 2010, 06:28 AM   |  #1  
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Please find below an update.zip containing a stock DI01 system with root and busybox. Stick it somewhere on your sdcard and flash with clockwork recovery. Now you can bring your phone back to stock without having to use Odin.

The system update will NOT flash your radio. I've replaced the radio attachment, it should work now.

This update does not remove any bloatware. It should leave you at a complete stock DI01 system with root and busybox. It will completely reformat /system, so it will work regardless of changes you may have made to your phone.

I've also attached a few apps built from aosp with a few mods. Included are the DeskClock, Gallery3D, Mms and Music apps. They will REPLACE your existing versions so back sure you have a backup in case blah blah.. The Music app is forked from Eliot Stocker's music mod (CM), and the Gallery3D app is forked from code aurora forum. DeskClock and Mms apps are forked from aosp with a few slight mods (black background in mms,etc).

DO NOT put this on your sdcard as /sdcard/update.zip. That's where clockworkmod lives.

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23rd September 2010, 06:40 AM   |  #2  
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Thanks man working on flashing it now!
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Originally Posted by jt1134

Attached is an update.zip that will take you from a stock DH12 to DI01 with root and busybox. Stick it somewhere on your sdcard and flash with clockwork recovery.

This meant to be flashed on a completely stock system. If you have trouble with missing apps or signatures, then flash back to stock using the odin file here.

This update will NOT flash your radio. If you applied the previous fix I posted that included the radio update, you will need to put a stock DH12 build.prop back into /system or the attached update will FAIL.

This update does not remove any bloatware. It should leave you at a complete stock DI01 system with root and busybox.

EDIT: also attached is the radio update for those who may need it.

I've also attached a few apps built from aosp with a few mods. Included are the DeskClock, Gallery3D, Mms and Music apps. They will REPLACE your existing versions so back sure you have a backup in case blah blah.. The Music app is forked from Eliot Stocker's music mod (CM), and the Gallery3D app is forked from code aurora forum. DeskClock and Mms apps are forked from aosp with a few slight mods (black background in mms,etc).

DO NOT put this on your sdcard as /sdcard/update.zip. That's where clockworkmod lives.

Attachment 406347

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i think the radio update you attached has something wrong with it.
23rd September 2010, 12:07 PM   |  #4  
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so where do we save it? also is this zip already rooted? or will I lose root access?
23rd September 2010, 12:52 PM   |  #5  
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so where do we save it? also is this zip already rooted? or will I lose root access?

Doesn't matter, just use the "choose zip file" option in CWM recovery. Original post says it has root and busy box so I'm sure you're safe.
23rd September 2010, 12:55 PM   |  #6  
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I'm having errors trying to get clockworkrecovery to work
23rd September 2010, 01:34 PM   |  #7  
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I'm having errors trying to get clockworkrecovery to work

Did you have it working before? Like were you able to make and restore backups?
23rd September 2010, 02:40 PM   |  #8  
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mine just gets stuck after it reboots into recovery and says it's installing the update but then nothing happens.
23rd September 2010, 03:48 PM   |  #9  
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ok installed the stripped update from other post while i was rooted,no lag,clockwork,bloat removed

come over here and all i did was restored the /system only and ran the rest of the update from here in rom manager with no problems kept all data from apps n what not since all i did was reflash the /system all i gotta do is remove the bloat again tysm for all the work
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ok installed the stripped update from other post while i was rooted,no lag,clockwork,bloat removed

come over here and all i did was restored the /system only and ran the rest of the update from here in rom manager with no problems kept all data from apps n what not since all i did was reflash the /system all i gotta do is remove the bloat again tysm for all the work

Seems like flashing /system might be a good idea for anyone unsure of the status of their renames/deletes regarding the bloatware; after that, seems like it'd be easier to hit the OTA without any worries.

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