Unrevoked 3 for Wildfire is now available

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rpearl

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Jun 22, 2010
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Hello,
Unrevoked 3.14 is now available for the Wildfire.

Grab it here and enjoy!

http://www.unrevoked.com/recovery/

Please read the FAQ:
http://unrevoked.com/rootwiki/doku.php/public/unrevoked2

And install the HBOOT drivers if you are on Windows:
http://www.unrevoked.com/rootwiki/doku.php/public/windows_hboot_driver_install

Good luck, have fun. Please report issues here.

HTC SYNC CAUSES PROBLEMS. DON'T USE IT.
Other programs which communicate with the phone over USB cause problems as well. Disable them until after you have run Unrevoked 3.14
 
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wuliaosuiyue

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Feb 24, 2008
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So, we have two reasons we haven't gotten this out yet:
1) We're pretty burned out at the moment,
2) And three of us now have full semesters of classes to deal with too. We've been focusing on other things.

I hope to get this out this weekend at the latest. But don't quote me on that. Even though it's printed in text right here.

I will update this thread when I have more information.

See you soon.
It's pity. But understand the situation. Just hope they will be fine.

And update the ROOT soon.

Anyway, Take care.

And thanks for the info from Rpearl
 
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TweetyPeety

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Aug 22, 2010
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They should take the time, better a good running root, as a ok running root with 1000 of questions afterwards.

Take you time, university is more important, and when its done, its done. I also appreciate your work and hope for a release soon.
 

asharifiz

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Jul 30, 2010
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Backup everything

Hi

I assume the unrEVOked will install a new ROM on the phone, clearing all the data stored on it. So we have to make backup from the phone before rooting it (Is it true?)

So I tried to make the full backup. The best solutions available were the:

1. The Titanium Backup. It needs the BusyBox to be installed. I tried to install BusyBox on my wildfire which was already soft-rooted using MartinEve great work, but it made errors creating a folder under /system/xbin and failed. So Titanium Backup is not a solution now (Again, Is it true?)

2. The Nandroid Backup which is also a perfect tool, but I think it will not work again with the soft-root and needs the unrEVOked root ROM to be installed. (Is it true?)

Finally I have no idea to backup all the phone except simple tools like ASTRO file manager which makes a backup of all applications, etc.

Is there any better idea?

All the best
 

adeadrat

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Jul 31, 2010
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No idea what the best backup way is.
But unrevoked will not release a ROM.. they are just releasing a.. ehm dont know how to put it... a something that makes it possible to flash other ROMs to your phone
 

MartinEve

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Aug 1, 2010
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Hi

I assume the unrEVOked will install a new ROM on the phone, clearing all the data stored on it. So we have to make backup from the phone before rooting it (Is it true?)

So I tried to make the full backup. The best solutions available were the:

1. The Titanium Backup. It needs the BusyBox to be installed. I tried to install BusyBox on my wildfire which was already soft-rooted using MartinEve great work, but it made errors creating a folder under /system/xbin and failed. So Titanium Backup is not a solution now (Again, Is it true?)

2. The Nandroid Backup which is also a perfect tool, but I think it will not work again with the soft-root and needs the unrEVOked root ROM to be installed. (Is it true?)

Finally I have no idea to backup all the phone except simple tools like ASTRO file manager which makes a backup of all applications, etc.

Is there any better idea?

All the best

Hi,

No, the unrEVOked root will simply flash a custom recovery to your phone -- the main partition remains in-tact. That said, you might still want to do a backup using a 3rd party market app if you feel paranoid.
 

harmohn

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Jan 18, 2010
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wuliaosuiyue

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Feb 24, 2008
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HANGZHOU
Hi,Anybody can help out?

I just ROOTED my wildfire based on Spearl's special gift for the weekend.

But i found it is still not possible to delete the original software.

Can anybody tell me how to delete it.
 
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    rpearl: Thanks for dropping by; all your work is greatly appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Martin
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    its really cheating subject heading

    it's your fault for bringing up old threads again. and if you actually had taken the time to read ONLY the last couple posts in the thread then you'd see that people already wrote that it doesn't work with Froyo.... :rolleyes:
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