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If that is what Shabbypenguin was referring to, it looks like it won't do us much good atm:
***SORRY, AIO v2.04 IS CURRENTLY BROKEN FOR EB13, FIX IS COMING ASAP, USE ONE CLICK ROOT FOR NOW***
***WARNING NOT TO BE USED WITH ANY SUPPOSED LAGFIX, IT WILL SCREW UP YOUR SYSTEM AND YOU WILL NEED ODIN TO RESTORE***
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- 03-29-2011, 02:04 PM #91Awesome Possum
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- 03-29-2011, 02:07 PM #92
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do we have a deodexed version available yet?
and i'm running eb13 with the ec05 modem. flashed in odin. the rom i'm using (SRF 1.1, wish i was on 1.0.3 still but w.e >.<) works fine. will i be able to flash other roms that were designed for eb13 onto it, or will the different modem screw things up? (ie-if i wanted to say, go back to ACE or a similar pre-ec05 rom would it work, or should i just port the parts i like into a newer rom like i've been doing?)
- 03-29-2011, 02:36 PM #93
If you are on EB13 and flash a EC05 based ROM you can simply return to running EB13 ROMs by just doing your wipe 3x and flash a the ROM.
Some EB13 ROMs may give trouble if they have the EB13 modem in the install script like ACE.
- 03-30-2011, 09:31 AM #94
Help: How to go from EC05 to EB13? (No wipe?)
Hello! Very new to this sort of thing, so thanks for your patience.
I sincerely hope that I'm in the right forum for help with this-- I read over a handful of threads, and I'm not sure if what I want to do is possible?
I didn't do any sort of modification to my phone, and I received OTA Froyo EC05. I'm having more issues with my phone (GPS works about 5% of the time when there used to be no problems, bad orientation lag, etc), while my boyfriend was impatient and went to EB13 right away and got a custom ROM. It was silly for me not to as well. haha.
What I'm trying to do now is get to a point where I can put on a custom ROM, and from what I understand (http://forum.androidcentral.com/epic...ted-2-a-7.html ) I need to go BACK to EB13, get EXT4, then upgrade again to EC05//Whatever mod I'd like?
Since I'm already on EC05 and I have not done any sort of modification, is the only option for me to wipe all of my data? I want to keep all my apps/phone contacts (I really, really hate using gmail/google...)/text messages if humanly possible.
I was following steps from link above and at: http://forum.androidcentral.com/epic...onal-ext4.html but I ran into a problem.
I rooted my phone () on EC05 before any of the other steps that were listed, so I hope that's not what causes this issue, but when I booted my phone up (Down volume+camera+power) I couldn't install "EB13-stock-deodex.zip" like they asked you do in the first step, got through the green screen but said,
"script aborted (no error message) error in /sdcard/eb13....(name of the zip)
Is there a way to do this outside of completely losing my data?
Sorry, but when you join this thing so late in the game, there's a loooot of new material.
Edit: I paid more attention to when i pressed downvol+camera+power:
I have ClockworkMod 188.8.131.52 installed. If I were to do a backup (Nandroid, right?), could I just use Odin steps that wipe my phone to change my file system and install a custom rom, then restore the backup? Or would this backup literally bring me back to EC05? (I'm assuming the file system would be changed though, correct?)
Last edited by sorakun_skyboy; 03-30-2011 at 10:15 AM. Reason: More info/Stupidity
Download MyBackup Root and backup your apps+data, contacts and whatever else you need. Then boot into Clockwork and make a backup there as well.
MyBackup Root should allow you to restore everything once you're done, and you'll have the Clockwork backup there just in case as well.
- 03-30-2011, 10:40 AM #96
this Odin method to return to EC05 w/ClockworkMod2 and then restore your Clockwork backup (EXT4 uses ClockworkMod3, so you'll need to get ClockworkMod2 back first).
- 03-30-2011, 11:03 AM #98
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edit: appears to be working now, booted into cwm and running a backup