Rooted Through Unrevoked3........Now What?
Hey all....I'm a little lost. I've already rooted my phone and installed wireless tether but I'd like to install a Rom (Fresh) but I'm unsure of the next process. I've been looking at threads but it seems a lot of the methods are older, or don't pertain to unrevoked? Any help you guys could offer would be awesome.
- 07-16-2010, 03:23 PM #2
Re: Rooted Through Unrevoked3........Now What?
Assuming your post OTA software ... what your looking for is called SimpleRoot OTA. Assuming you're pre OTA ... what your looking for is toast pt. 1 and toast pt. 2
Lots of info on here if you search. XDA might overwhelm you if you don't know what you're doing.
Edit - I don't follow Unrevoked as their work doesn't pertain to me, so does Unrevoked 3 unlock NAND? My info above pertains to unlocking NAND. If Unrevoked 3 unlocks NAND just download the signed ROM, place it on root of SD card, boot into recovery, wipe wipe wipe, flash from SD.[CENTER][URL="https://plus.google.com/u/0/+KPSmith/posts"]Follow me on Google +
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To uninstall the Sprint bloatware, you need to unlock the nand, which unrevoked3 doesn't do (except while booted into recovery from what I understand.)
But unrevoked3 does let you do a nandroid backup, so you could do that, backing up ALL your stuff, then use SimpleRoot or one of those procedures that do unlock nand but require wiping your phone. Then restore your nandroid backup.
Somebody feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
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I just finished rooting my evo with unrevoked3, installed rom manager, have wireless tether working, backed up my current rom, which is the original the phone comes with, and now im must waiting for cyanogen to release the froyo one.
Thank you all for the help
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Well, titanium lets you backup all your apps + data and restore all your apps + data with one tap.
Backing up all apps + data with one tap = free version.
Restoring all apps + data with one tap = paid version.
So restoring one by one can obviously take some time... that's why I bought it.
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- 07-20-2010, 07:07 PM #22