just gonna flash a completed rom / ad block and not touch it anymore
really hope I am not going to owe her $140 -___-
I wonder how accurate the report about chips are? I have tha "bad" one, and I HTCDEV unlocked, tried to downgrade to 2.2.1. at least 25 times and failed..then I relocked the bootloader... downgraded to Froyo, s-off, rooted...flashed MANY ROMS, and not to mention flashing 20+ Roms while it was HTC unlocked & manually flashing the boot.img thru fastboot..but my point is, I've put this phone through hell and back, and its held up just fine. I sometimes wonder if there is something very small & seemingly insignificant that people do that causes the emmc chip to fail? If they were that sensitive, mine would have been gone as much abuse as I've put it through...OR I have been very lucky....
Sent from my HTC Glacier using xda premium
Ummm, I'm not sure if I should be happy or pleased, but my result on my N7000 came up different to everyone else's:
cat /proc/kmsg | grep 'mmc0:0001'
<6>[ 1.104827] mmcblk0: mmc0:0001 VYL00M 14.6 GiB
No-one has mentioned that chip so far -
I've had no problems what so ever I should add.
Any idea what this chip is like? I currently have ICS StuNNeR - 18.104.22.168 installed and I'm not sure what my best course of action is. .. Should I change the kernel, go back to a GB ROM?
BTW, The phone was rooted without Odin originally and I haven't used Odin or any flashing to install CWM, or any other ROMs since. I dont' know if that changes anything
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