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By _Dennis_, Senior Member on 9th October 2010, 07:03 AM
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10th October 2010, 04:41 AM |#11  
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have a rooted desire, saving the file into sd card and install the zip, but it says installation aborted. anyone has problem to flash it?

Same here. Tried even to flash the 2.1 Softbank ROM then tried the update. Still message "(bad) Installation aborted"

Switching verification off does not help either.
 
 
10th October 2010, 05:50 AM |#12  
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10th October 2010, 05:55 AM |#13  
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took me total of 4 hours to unroot, install the ota and all apps. Here is how:

1. download the RUU_Bravo_SoftBank_JP_1.18.762.7_Radio_32.34.00.28 U_4.05.00.30_2_release_128910_signed.exe

2.click on it and follow the screen instruction to unroot (downgrade) the phone to the stock 2.1 rom.

3. phone will selfreboot and upon login into the main scrren, a message will pop up saying android 2.2 is available.. and u know what to do.
10th October 2010, 06:00 AM |#14  
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Originally Posted by jaleco

took me total of 4 hours to unroot, install the ota and all apps. Here is how:

1. download the RUU_Bravo_SoftBank_JP_1.18.762.7_Radio_32.34.00.28 U_4.05.00.30_2_release_128910_signed.exe

2.click on it and follow the screen instruction to unroot (downgrade) the phone to the stock 2.1 rom.

3. phone will selfreboot and upon login into the main scrren, a message will pop up saying android 2.2 is available.. and u know what to do.

Ah, now I understand.

Thanks for sharing.
10th October 2010, 07:42 AM |#15  
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Is it worth unrooting just to get the official 2.2. Anything it does better than any of the custom ROMs out there? I've been on custom ROMs almost since the day I bought it and it runs much better, has better battery life and is way more customizable... i really don't see a reason

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10th October 2010, 08:24 AM |#16  
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Is it worth unrooting just to get the official 2.2. Anything it does better than any of the custom ROMs out there? I've been on custom ROMs almost since the day I bought it and it runs much better, has better battery life and is way more customizable... i really don't see a reason

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I guess it would be for the Japanese keyboard and the MMS with S!mail function and emojii.

But both you can integrate in any custom ROM.
10th October 2010, 08:44 AM |#17  
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Hmm, I would like to have Japanese keyboard and the MMS with S!mail function and EMOJI in a other ROM then Softbank...

It would be nice if those could be installed as an "APK"
10th October 2010, 08:58 AM |#18  
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You can get both a Japanese keyboard and the softbank mms app from the market...

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10th October 2010, 09:05 AM |#19  
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It is easy to re-root. Though using the RCmix v 0.7 sense HD ROM I am able to use the S!mail app from the market with no problems
10th October 2010, 09:09 AM |#20  
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Thanks for your quick replies!! m(_ _)m

If I would install this Softbank ROM, I would probably loose root?

Also does this ROM work with an European simcard (T-mobile NL)
10th October 2010, 09:22 AM |#21  
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You lose root but unrevoked can root it. I'm not sure about working in Europe though if u have the APNs it should.
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