02-07-2013 10:00 AM
- I'll do it again and edit this post with the output.
EDIT: Here's the log. A manual attempt fails at the remount, making it obvious that you can't continue. KMS runs, but no privileges are granted. All I could find out was that su has been removed from /system/xbin, making the symlink in /system/bin useless. If I could get a modified Superuser.apk to run su from a different location like /data/local, I could probably get a dd of the other files for a full dump. Any of this sound possible? Or maybe I could manually call su from shell from another location? (adb.exe shell /data/local/tmp/su -c 'dd if=/dev/bml1... etc.)07-19-2011 10:59 PM
- It probably is then, I did a Google search and downloaded it. This method worked for both our phones originally. Maybe dropping the new files in will work.
Edit: Still a no-go. Same problems as before, even with the updated files. Calling su (even on my rooted phone) gives a permission denied error if placed at /data/local/tmp/su, so that didn't work either.07-20-2011 02:45 AM
- Im trying to get my wifes replenish back to stock so that she can get this stupid update. Does anybody have the stock system? Or how do I get it back to stock. I rooted her phone and tweaked some system files, etc. and now I get an error when I try to install the "update.zip". Also, is the a custom recovery for this yet? That would make it alot easier than using adb.07-21-2011 04:42 PM
- 07-24-2011 09:58 PM
- Removing system files has nothing to do with stopping it. You can edit /system/build.prop to say you're running EF27. We can't update because official updates check the validity of system files. A new rom is currently being worked on by Shabbypenguin that is based off of the new update.07-25-2011 08:43 PM
- I'm confused by that, too. If you ran a custom ROM on your Nexus, you'd have the same problem when an official update got pushed. Well, maybe not, depending on what files the ROM changed, but in general, a custom ROM wouldn't pass the initial device check when doing an update.
I guess maybe most people don't run custom ROMs on the Nexus, since they're priority #1 when Google releases the latest version. There's nothing to stop Google from having the phone pass a different check before the update gets applied, though. On my Droid Pro, I had no custom ROM, but Motorola made it so that it checked to make sure all stock apps were present. Since I had rooted and removed the crap I don't need, I couldn't do the update until I reflashed the stock ROM or installed all those missing APKs manually.07-25-2011 10:26 PM
- 07-26-2011 08:28 AM
- Does anybody still need a copy of some fresh EF23 firmware goodness??
Just realized I have a second phone that I haven't put to use yet. Totally forgot about it until a while ago, wondering if I got myself into trouble by updating to EF27.
Just lemme know if you guys need it..07-28-2011 12:17 AM
- 08-27-2011 06:30 AM
- Removing system files has nothing to do with stopping it. You can edit /system/build.prop to say you're running EF27. We can't update because official updates check the validity of system files. A new rom is currently being worked on by Shabbypenguin that is based off of the new update.10-31-2011 06:12 PM
- updating my last post.....about an hour ago.....i edited /system/build.prop to show that i am running the EF27, AND deleted it from /cache..... so far the reminder has not returned, and it has not re downloaded, where before, it was popping up every 15 min or so (even with deleting from cache only)....i hope this helps anyone/everyone.... many thanx to firehak and shabby for the work and information10-31-2011 10:16 PM
- In order to have this update, you have to go back to stock ed23.
Instructions here:http://tinyurl.com/3cnj9vk odin and ops files
http://tinyurl.com/3jj7v5y pda tar (system, recovery, kernel. data)
1. Download and unzip the file.
2. Install the Samsung USB drivers
3. Put phone in Download Mode by holding Space, P and Power button until the Yellow Downloading message appears
4. Plug phone into USB port
5. Open Odin, you should see a yellow box with a com number
6. Select ops file and the PDA.tar in the appropriate Boxes
7. Click Start
this is a prerooted odin system image but for the most part, stock ( i wanna say the pre ef27 update but not too sure.) this is good for people who dont want to be on leafrom anymore
now that we have odin working ill try to get cwm knocked out and then leafrom 0.3 and a custom kernel for yall in teh next few days sorry its been so slow
However, why don't you go straight to EK18?01-11-2012 01:39 AM
- Got a new replenish from Bestbuy, it didnt have the update. Im to young to go to the sprint store myself and have them manually update it, so I downloaded this. When I try to get it to work, it says "aborting process" and stops. I renamed the filed "update.zip" and moved it to the root of my SD card. Ive looked around for hours today looking for links on how to download it. None of the links work, not even for Gingerbread! This is the only link thats actually let me download somthing! But it didnt work :\ ..06-26-2012 11:54 PM
- Ok noob question, but what do you mean by move it to the root of the sd card? :o
Edit: ok nevermind I figured out what it ment,, so when I rebooted it and chose to apply the update it was going good then it said this
E:Error in /sdcard/update.zip
Can someone please explain what this means? lol07-01-2012 12:12 AM
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