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[Q] How to change an update server?

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alphamk2

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Hi, A100 of me is a Japanese version, and since update to ICS is not announced by A100 of the Japanese version, I would like to change and update an update server.
Usually, by A100 of me, although I thought that AndroidRecoveryMode to update.zip was applied, since that work was not completed, it arrived at this method.
It has changed into the Rooted state.

Thank you for your consideration.
 

justjackyl

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Install twrp or cwm recovery and flash a stock ICS rom. But id flash something like a CM10 build. Stock isn't that great.

Sent from G2x running BuROM v0.2 (root; mod stock 2.3.4) w/ faux's GB kernel 014b2-ext4.
 

pio_masaki

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Install twrp or cwm recovery and flash a stock ICS rom. But id flash something like a CM10 build. Stock isn't that great.

Sent from G2x running BuROM v0.2 (root; mod stock 2.3.4) w/ faux's GB kernel 014b2-ext4.

Do not flash a stock ROM from cwm. Tends to lock you out of the bootloader. Something like flex reaper it a stock ICS with the bootloader removed would be safer.

Tapatalked from my Galaxy S II.
 
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alphamk2

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Do not flash a stock ROM from cwm. Tends to lock you out of the bootloader. Something like flex reaper it a stock ICS with the bootloader removed would be safer.

Tapatalked from my Galaxy S II.

I appreciate a quick reply.
Although what was necessary was just to have written first, since the volume button has broken physically, its A100 cannot perform unlocking of Bootloader.
Moreover, even if it is going to start by Recovery using adb and is going to apply update.zip, it cannot do.
Therefore, although he would like to carry out update from the setting menu of A100, since a Japanese update server has only to Android3.2.1 and renewal of ICS is not coming, I would like to update using the update server of others and the area.
I am sorry to be incomprehensible.
Thank you for your consideration.
 

justjackyl

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Do not flash a stock ROM from cwm. Tends to lock you out of the bootloader. Something like flex reaper it a stock ICS with the bootloader removed would be safer.

Tapatalked from my Galaxy S II.

Sorry. Thats actually what i meant to say. Stock like flex. Grrrr...end of the week finally.

Sent from G2x running BuROM v0.2 (root; mod stock 2.3.4) w/ faux's GB kernel 014b2-ext4.
 

Romman0

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Do not flash a stock ROM from cwm. Tends to lock you out of the bootloader. Something like flex reaper it a stock ICS with the bootloader removed would be safer.

Tapatalked from my Galaxy S II.

Agreed.

OP if you just have root, try using Zeronull's stock rom. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1611696
Rename the file "update.zip" and place it on your SD card. If using adb to boot to the recovery doesn't activate the update process, touch the home button, and the options should appear. The volume rockers highlight, and the power selects. It might be your only shot staying stock. If it doesn't work, do like said above and flash Relix Flex Reaper after unlocking and installing a custom recovery.
 

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    Install twrp or cwm recovery and flash a stock ICS rom. But id flash something like a CM10 build. Stock isn't that great.

    Sent from G2x running BuROM v0.2 (root; mod stock 2.3.4) w/ faux's GB kernel 014b2-ext4.

    Do not flash a stock ROM from cwm. Tends to lock you out of the bootloader. Something like flex reaper it a stock ICS with the bootloader removed would be safer.

    Tapatalked from my Galaxy S II.