1. jhnnyblze2000's Avatar
    I just did the manual update. I'm done doing it and it worked fine. Just wondered if I have to keep the update.zip file on my memory card. I'm extremely new to android and know virtually nothing about it. Thanks for the help!!!
    12-09-2009 01:30 AM
  2. CynicalDreams81's Avatar
    You should be able to delete it. I deleted it off my memory card. Its just the files to install the update. No real use afterwards.
    12-09-2009 01:37 AM
  3. mhind52's Avatar
    I used astro to delete it without having to connect to PC.
    12-09-2009 08:19 AM
  4. droidweasel's Avatar
    how do u delete off astro manager?
    12-09-2009 08:33 AM
  5. droidweasel's Avatar
    oh, found it. thx tho.
    12-09-2009 08:36 AM
  6. anon(2088)'s Avatar
    how do u delete off astro manager?
    Edit the file and it will give you an option to delete it. I've already deleted my update zip.
    12-09-2009 08:53 AM
  7. vitalmind's Avatar
    Just curious. I did the update last night. Got to the boot menu. I clicked install update or whatever it was. When it started first line that came up said can't read cache or something. I didn't notice it at first cause I was watching the progress bar. Update went fine. Everything works good. Just curious what that one thing meant?
    12-09-2009 08:59 AM
  8. Chris Kerrigan's Avatar
    Just curious. I did the update last night. Got to the boot menu. I clicked install update or whatever it was. When it started first line that came up said can't read cache or something. I didn't notice it at first cause I was watching the progress bar. Update went fine. Everything works good. Just curious what that one thing meant?
    I noticed the same thing when I did my update, but likewise the update continued without any issues.
    12-09-2009 08:59 AM
  9. dagostin's Avatar
    I wouldn't sweat it. I saw it too. it's possible that our manual application of the update skipped a step of storing some data in a cache directory before updating and thus this error was thrown. Or, the error always exists but if you installed from verizon's push, you wouldn't see the install logs like we did on manually applying.

    Either way, I've seen many people say the same thing and no one has had any issues linked to that error message, so we're good.
    12-09-2009 10:38 AM
  10. vitalmind's Avatar
    Glad I'm not the only one. And like I said, no issues. Probably didn't help that I did it at 130am haha. Half asleep updates make you wonder when you wake up. I was like I did see that right. Thx for the replys guys.
    12-09-2009 11:52 AM
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