Total noob question here, but I thought it would be better to ask than to soft brick my phone again.
On step 4.2 of the tutorial above, the directions say to extract the boot img from the rom zip (in my case, the PACMAN 19.3 primoc for my VM phone), and put it in the fastboot directory to be flashed after installing the rom zip.
Here's the question: After extracting the boot.img, I see there's still a copy of it in the rom zip. Do I just leave that boot img file in there or do I delete it?
I got all the way to the OS loading up after the pacman htc screen, but then it just keeps prompting me with "Unfortunately, the process com.google.process.gapps has stopped." and if I leave it alone it just turns my phone off
I have an HTC One V from Virgin Mobile, and used the following:
I've had this ROM for about a month and I think I'd like to revert back to the factory ROM. Pacman has been quite buggy for me, though it does sometimes run smoother than the factory ROM. One of the bugs is that it constantly reverts to silent/vibrate mode after I set it to ring. This is annoying and sometimes I miss calls/emails because of it. It also randomly reboots while using bluetooth sometimes and the camera is incredibly laggy and sometimes crashes.
Does anyone know a good tutorial to re-install the Virgin Mobile ROM? Also, is there any way I could re-install that but not Sense?
"Second I am only giving the walkthrough for the cdma PRIMOC version. You can know what kind you have because your bootloader will say either primoc or primou. Primoc is the Virgin Mobile phone released in the USA."
Can this steps be use for "primou". Sorry, I'm a total newbie on this thing. Just got this phone 2 weeks ago. Frustrated with all the lags... Does rooting the device improve the speeds?
Appreciate if you can guide me in solving this rooting thingy...
Looking forward to your response!