What is your firmware???
It seems that you have a newer fw version (LA6 = 2012 january build #6). I have KL3 (that is 2011 december build #3). But it should make no difference. Only the recovery program can possibly affect the install process. My Xcover came with the "Android system recovery 3e" version installed (check the top line of text while in recovery).
Please post the error messages that you encounter while installing the update.
No need to rename the Universal_GB_ROOT_v5_patched_for_S5690.zip to update.zip (at least in my case).
- in order to access the standard recovery program that came with the phone, you can fire up an "adb reboot recovery" command with the phone connected via micro-usb cable AND the "USB debugging" option enabled;
- I've also applied the UNROOT update and it also worked: the root access was removed (sqlite3, su*, sh, busybox and the Superuser.apk were removed) .
Simply place the .zip file provided by tlc76 on your SD-card - no matter where, I placed it to "downloads" folder.
Then, enter the recovery mode, and select "apply update from SD-card" or something similar - go to the folder where your .zip file is, navigating with volume buttons and using home key as an "enter", and just select the file and press your "home" key.
I could only enter to recovery menu by installing first Java SDK, then Android SDK, and then following guide at wiki.cyanogenmod.com - how to install the Android SDK (yeah, giving the right parameters @control panel actually IS quite confusing) step by step until step 10, and after that I opened my windows command-shell (type cmd to your windows search bar on Win7) and then I typed simple line: adb reboot recovery
And damn me - it worked! It rebooted to recovery menu and I installed this root .zip file from there (:
See the previous answer.
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