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[ROM][3-15-2011]TPC Inspire 4g Stock ROM Optimized v2|OC|HSUPA|No Bloat

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10th May 2011, 09:09 AM |#1031  
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If you are looking for the update to enable HSUPA then it was already enabled from the beginning in this rom. No need to use the att update for that. If you went back to stock to get the update you would have to root your phone again in order to use other roms.

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13th May 2011, 02:28 AM |#1032  
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There's already a rooted version of the update, u can flash that then come back 2 this Rom with the update in tact.

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19th May 2011, 06:05 PM |#1033  
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I've done the new update and now I'm back on tpc Rom and I'm getting a system update notice from ATT asking if I would like to download any one else getting this?

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19th May 2011, 09:24 PM |#1034  
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I've done the new update and now I'm back on tpc Rom and I'm getting a system update notice from ATT asking if I would like to download any one else getting this?.........

I did ATTN1's update and have not had any problems. I am still on TPC v1 and did a nandroid back up before the update. I restored the "DATA ONLY" using the
nandroid back up after the update. At first I seemed to have a very high battery usage, but I then went in and shut off all running, unused apps. There was one app called "HTCcheckin" that appeared to be a major factor in battery usage. When I turned it off my battary usage went way down and seems to be better than it was before the update.

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24th May 2011, 12:35 AM |#1035  
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How can I get the original Boot Animation and sound back? I want my ROM to look the more stock-like as possible.
24th May 2011, 04:49 AM |#1036  
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unless I am missing something here, is everyone on this rom getting the update notification? if so what are you guys doing about it?

I would like to make the update icon go away, but only way to do that is do the upate. will it jack everything up if i accept the update?
24th May 2011, 06:42 AM |#1037  
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unless I am missing something here, is everyone on this rom getting the update notification? if so what are you guys doing about it?

I would like to make the update icon go away, but only way to do that is do the upate. will it jack everything up if i accept the update?

I've never received the notification, but my wife (who runs her Inspire stock) did. Don't apply the OTA update on a rooted Inspire. It has nothing that this ROM doesn't already have and can cause your Inspire to lose root, from what I've heard and read. You should be able to disable AT&T/HTC update notifications by doing this:

From Home Screen, click -> Menu, click -> Settings, click -> AT&T Software Update, click -> HTC Wi-Fi Software Update, and uncheck -> Scheduled Check.

The OTA really just adds HSUPA to a stock phone, which this ROM already enables once it's flashed.
24th May 2011, 06:28 PM |#1038  
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I've never received the notification, but my wife (who runs her Inspire stock) did. Don't apply the OTA update on a rooted Inspire. It has nothing that this ROM doesn't already have and can cause your Inspire to lose root, from what I've heard and read. You should be able to disable AT&T/HTC update notifications by doing this:

From Home Screen, click -> Menu, click -> Settings, click -> AT&T Software Update, click -> HTC Wi-Fi Software Update, and uncheck -> Scheduled Check.

The OTA really just adds HSUPA to a stock phone, which this ROM already enables once it's flashed.

I tried the above, but the update notification icon is still showing up! even after a reboot. Any other suggestions? I dont want to install the update, just get rid of the notification.
25th May 2011, 09:51 AM |#1039  
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I know I cleared the update notification and if I remember correctly it may have just been done through the top taskbar.
25th May 2011, 10:19 PM |#1040  
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I know I cleared the update notification and if I remember correctly it may have just been done through the top taskbar.

I did the same. I pressed on it to open it up then just cancelled. It gave me some reminder about doing the update at a later date when I cancelled and I haven't seen it since - that was a couple weeks ago.


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25th May 2011, 10:40 PM |#1041  
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I did the same. I pressed on it to open it up then just cancelled. It gave me some reminder about doing the update at a later date when I cancelled and I haven't seen it since - that was a couple weeks ago.


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thanks I got that. I was afraid to click it, then it would start the download process. Its cleared now.
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