Instructions on how to dump your image manually:
Note: Everything in green is a command to type.
Pre)You installed the Kyocera USB drivers that came with the phone.
Kyocera ZIO - Downloads
Also, on the phone: Menu->Settings->Applications->Development->USB Debugging [selected]
- Root your phone:
[APP] [ROOT] 1-click root for N1 (Latest ver: 1.6.2 beta 5) - xda-developers
- Install Android SDK for windows:
Android SDK | Android Developers
Extract that somewhere convinient, for ex: c:\
- You'll need dump_image to get the img, find it here:
My Brain Hurts: Porting Clockwork Recovery to New Devices
Copy that to the root of your sdcard, we'll use it later.
- Lets connet to your phone.
Plug it in to the usb, make sure it is not mounted for reading the sdcard. On the phone, in the notification window tap the 'usb connected' notice and select "don't mount".
Now in windows, click Start->Run and type cmd.
It should list your device if all has gone well.
It should have connected to the phone and you have a "$" prompt.
Now look at the phone, the Super User program (was installed after 1-click-root) should have popped up and asked if you want to allow root access, allow it.
Now you are at a "#" prompt.
- Installing dump_image:
dump_image should be on the root of your sdcard from step 3.
Copy it to your bin directory:
cat /sdcard/dump_image > /system/bin/dump_image
Give it executable permission:
chmod 6755 /system/bin/dump_image
- What to dump:
You're going to want to copy the output of that to the forum.
There should be a number of lines begining with mtd#
and the last name column has the name we'll need in quotes.
- The dump:
dump_image boot /sdcard/dumped/boot.img
That just pulled the boot image. We need to do that for all the other images now:
dump_image name_here /sdcard/dumped/name_here.img
There could be 6-8 of them. Total will take a couple hundred megs.
Now we have it all, so zip up the files in /sdcard/dumped and put it on megaupload.com or something like that and post a link and the output from "cat /proc/mtd"
And that's it
Some of those partitions that were listed in /proc/mtd are probably not needed, but I'm not certain as to which ones those are. I'm guessing "cache" and "userdata" probably aren't needed.