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Only If you have an s-on bootloader. Alternatively do a back up via Titanium bla bla, or it's best to downgrade and use revolutionary. In that case, there won't be so much problems compared with using HTC DEV Unlock. Sent from my HTC Desire S us...
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+1 It would be great to have cm9 with kernel 3 Yeah, I totally agree. However, (just mention it) we are not officialy supported. But for now, this build is already quite stable. And I actually, I've heard that Tectas is working on AOKP with kern...
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Flash the hboot 7.x by vampire36( check out in development section), try to re-download your ICE DS package and flash it via 4ext. Hope that helps.:) Sent from my HTC Desire S using xda app-developers app
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I suggest you to flash revolutionary 7.x Hboot, and here's why. The so called 'update' problem is just some Rom , especially official 2.3.5 ruu tries to update hboot but revolutionary automatically BYPASSED the official hboot flashing part, due to...
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Well, in that case, stock Rom suits best for u. IMHO, the loveliest part of Rom developing is that someone found issues and someone trying to fix it. That's what Android Dev really is. And I enjoy using all kinds of Roms developed by those awesome...