Resolving errors that occured while upgrading Bionic to ICS
I got the Official ICS update today, which meant I had work to do if I wanted to keep root & my data.
I just wanted to document what I went through so that others could resolve the same issues. I could have just flashed back to stock, but didn't want to have to deal with losing data (also, I was at work, couldn't install rsd there, and couldn't wait to see the ICS goodness)
Bionic, running 905
I've rooted, forever rooted, bionic bootstrapped & voodobacked up
I've deleted some bloat, and frozen some bloat.
First thing, of course I temp unrooted via voodo & defrosted my frozen apps
Errors in order they occured assert failed on music.apk
I keep backups of my 'stock' /system/app folder on my sdcard. I just copied the music.apk from that backup to /system/app & adjusted permissions to: rw-r--r--
assert failed on /system/bin/logwrapper
This was due to bootstrapper
followed these instructions:
1. Uninstall the bootstrap app
2. Go into root explorer to system/bin
3. In top right corner tap r/w
4. Delete the file called hijack
5. Delete logwrapper
6. Rename logwrapper.bin to just logwrapper
7. Reboot and it should be gone.
assert failed on /system/bin/mount_ext.sh
wish I could recall the link that helped me, but can't seem to find it now.
Basically removed the 3 chmod lines that I had added to the bottom & made sure ONLY ONE blank line apears below last "fi" line
assert failed on /tmp/bp.img
No idea on the cause here.
Just followed the steps from post #175 here and it worked. Makes no sense to me.
I removed the .905 file from external SD card. I downloaded it again. Powered off the phone. Removed the battery and re-seated the SD card. Turned on the phone and re-downloaded the ,905 file. Put it on sd-card ext and tried again and it worked!
Got successfull install, and an initial generic error message when it booted.
That went away and things seem to be working fine.
Re: Resolving errors that occured while upgrading Bionic to ICS
I should have mentioned that.
I attempted the install by manually entering recovery.
Hold both volume buttons and power on
Apply update either from cache or sdcard - (external)
Initially I was applying from cache, but would have to redownload. So I copied from cache to sdcard and applied it from there via recovery
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