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By MarioMoPho, Junior Member on 21st July 2014, 05:19 PM
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1st August 2014, 12:02 AM |#31  
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I updated and still have root so you are probably ok to just update as long as you don't have a custom recovery.

I posted my own ZVD custom rom that can be flashed in TWRP by the way
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2nd August 2014, 12:27 PM |#32  
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I posted my own ZVD custom rom that can be flashed in TWRP by the way

Where, and can I dirty flash and not lose anything? I get real tired of constantly reinstalling and setting everything up again. I've tried using titanium backup and restoring, but nothing ever really comes out the same for me. If not dirty flash, can anyone recommend steps you use to successfully restore?
2nd August 2014, 12:47 PM |#33  
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Where, and can I dirty flash and not lose anything? I get real tired of constantly reinstalling and setting everything up again. I've tried using titanium backup and restoring, but nothing ever really comes out the same for me. If not dirty flash, can anyone recommend steps you use to successfully restore?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/spri...d-zvd-t2834292

you can dirty flash if you absolutely want to, the rom will format your system partition automatically so you don't have to worry about that. But i'd definitely format your cache and dalvik. But I can't promise your going to get the best experience out of a dirty flash
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7th September 2014, 04:42 PM |#34  
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Updated to ZVD , but cannot replace the /etc/apns-conf.xml file , keeps saying Read-only file system . Any pointers ?

I was able to Root and SIM unclock on this firmware , but cannot get my Data conection going because of the above.
7th September 2014, 04:46 PM |#35  
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Updated to ZVD , but cannot replace the /etc/apns-conf.xml file , keeps saying Read-only file system . Any pointers ?

I was able to Root and SIM unclock on this firmware , but cannot get my Data conection going because of the above.

Are you using a root explorer. Your system might not be set to write and on read only

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7th September 2014, 04:55 PM |#36  
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Are you using a root explorer. Your system might not be set to write and on read only

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I tried this manually via adb shell , then su.

I installed root explorer , any ideas on how to set system to write ?
7th September 2014, 06:34 PM |#37  
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I tried this manually via adb shell , then su.

I installed root explorer , any ideas on how to set system to write ?

In the adb commands remember to type remount rw before making file changed.
7th September 2014, 07:02 PM |#38  
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In the adb commands remember to type remount rw before making file changed.

when I do "adb remount rw" I get the below.

remount failed: Permission denied

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when I do "adb remount rw" I get the below.

remount failed: Permission denied

Fixed with adb shell "mount -o remount,rw /system" sorry about that, I still dont seem to be able to find the place where I can define APNs.

Any pointers ?

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1. Replace apns-conf.xml in Folder /etc/
2. Delete File telephony.db and mmssms.db in Folder /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/databases
3. Reboot

And its fixed . Thanks ALL
8th September 2014, 01:13 AM |#39  
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when I do "adb remount rw" I get the below.

remount failed: Permission denied

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Fixed with adb shell "mount -o remount,rw /system" sorry about that, I still dont seem to be able to find the place where I can define APNs.

Any pointers ?

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1. Replace apns-conf.xml in Folder /etc/
2. Delete File telephony.db and mmssms.db in Folder /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/databases
3. Reboot

And its fixed . Thanks ALL

Do this, type:

1. adb devices (make sure your device shows up)
2. type su
3. type adb remount rw
4. adb push DIRECTORY OF FILE system/ect
5. restart device

This should work for you.
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