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[Q] where do i find the update.zip file on my phone?

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Default [Q] where do i find the update.zip file on my phone?

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and where can i download it from because that seems to be the problem im having with my phone, the file appears to not exist according to the error messages im getting
 
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your not making sense... have you downloaded an update.zip file ?? if so did u put it at the root of your internal sd card ??
 
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your not making sense... have you downloaded an update.zip file ?? if so did u put it at the root of your internal sd card ??
im a bit confused myself. i updated my phone to froyo via odin the other day and since then ive had force close loops and been unable to use any apps. when i boot into recovery mode and apply sdcard:update.zip as i was advised i get this message:

E:failed to open /mnt/internal_sd/update.zip (no such file or directory)
E:signature verification failed
Installation aborted


i assumed this was a file that was already supposed to be on my phone. i also assumed this was the reason im having the force closes as i am unable to format my sd card or delete anything from it.
 
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Normal method is download to PC Connect phone in USB mass storage mode and transfer file to Phone sd card as update . Might need to rename the file if not update .
Power phone on via Recovery mode and navigate clockwork recovery to update.zip .

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Normal method is download to PC Connect phone in USB mass storage mode and transfer file to Phone sd card as update . Might need to rename the file if not update .
Power phone on via Recovery mode and navigate clockwork recovery to update.zip .

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where do i get the update.zip file from though?
 
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followed this link http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=734166 to dl clockwork recovery and it wont open :S
 
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please can anyone help???????
 
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please can anyone help???????
dud first download any ROM(like Darky i prefer or DOC) and keep the file in your internal sdcard say in /sdcard/download.

Then goto recovery mode and install from sdcard-> choosed zip from sdcard-> then card to the zip file location /sdcard/download, then select the file and instal.
you can move to folders using ur volume up and down key.

You can find ROM's in [URL="http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=665"/URL]

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When your in recovery what does it say ??? does it say 'clockwork recovery' or summit like 'android recovery system <3e>
 
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First step would be to read the FAQs as you are trying to start at the middle instead of the beginning .

What exactly are you trying to achieve .

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