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After applying the zip file of HC v4, HC booted beautifully. Only real problem I have is that Market does not recognize most of the downloads. Even after clearing cache (for Google Services Framework) in Settings/application, force close, and then force close Market (I rebooted after), I was able to load some of the downloaded apps. The others came up with errors (including Angry Birds Seasons). I will reload again tonight with HC v4 using the command lines ... to see if that works better.
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Installed using the flashable zip. Went under Settings, Applications>Manage Applications>Google Services Framework - and wiped data and forced stop. Still under Manage Applications, chose Market, and forced stop. Then rebooted. Still cannot download most apps. Getting Installation Error "Missing Shared Library" and "Unknown Reason - 18". Also, the original Angry Birds is missing from the marketplace. Why is this?
If you're doing the suggested fix for market downloads and it still has problems, you might want to go with the second method of installing Honeycomb via adb.
The zip is supposed to be rooted, but if you aren't getting root access, refer to the stickied root Honeycomb thread, only replace mmcblk1p2 with mmcblk0p5 in the commands.
- 02-09-2011, 07:57 PM #92
Here is a easy way to take the clockworkmod file and burn it to you SD card. I have provided the program needed to do it.
Warning and disclaimer! If you mess up with SD card numbers, you can overwrite some important files (like, for example a hard drive). Also, I take no responsibility for any damage these instructions may cause. Remember, read everything that appears on screen, and read it twice. These instructions worked for me, but the may not work for you.
1. Prepare your SD Card
A bit of warning - these instructions will delete first partition of your SD card, but prevent "Access denied" errors.
Run cmd as Administrator
Write "list disk", and make note of your SD Card disk number
Write "select disk [your SD card number]"
Write "select partition 1"
Write "delete partition"
2. Flash clockworkmod image
Command line way
First, Unpack flashnul somewhere, and copy downloaded clockworkmod image into flashnul folder. Next, open cmd as Administrator and:
Navigate into "flashnul" directory created earlier
Write "flashnul -p -k", and write down you SD card number (not drive letter)
Write "flashnul [your SD card number] -P -k -L clockwork_1gb.img"
Wait until flashing finishes
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I've not tried to check root access on the zip yet but, I actually have been able to side-load apps using the Android sideload wonder machine and it works perfectly for me.
In my case I had to make sure the device is identified and no other android device is plugged into the pc when using it (phone) for example.
If one of the mods wants to verify it as well.. Not sure if anyone thought to give it a try. That might save some command line steps for some apps.
Will see if I can get a screen print here.
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