1. Sting23ray's Avatar
    I do not have a backup of the Charge stock delivered ROM. I didn't take one prior to flashing Gummy Charged. For any reason, if I have to return the phone to Verizon (e.g hardware faults) in the first 30 days, I'm guessing I will have to re-flash it with the Stock ROM.

    What are options of getting an extract of the stock ROM? Or its not possible?
    07-12-2011 11:50 AM
  2. Anderain's Avatar
    I do not have a backup of the Charge stock delivered ROM. I didn't take one prior to flashing Gummy Charged. For any reason, if I have to return the phone to Verizon (e.g hardware faults) in the first 30 days, I'm guessing I will have to re-flash it with the Stock ROM.

    What are options of getting an extract of the stock ROM? Or its not possible?
    http://forum.androidcentral.com/droi...ml#post1007763

    Im not saying you shouldn't return it to stock, but I didn't do it when I exchanged phones before and was completely fine. I have never heard of anyone having a problem when they returned their rooted phone with custom ROMs...
    07-12-2011 11:55 AM
  3. Sting23ray's Avatar
    I didn't know that we could get away with returning a Romed Charge... Its good to know that.
    and thanks for the link bud...
    07-12-2011 12:03 PM
  4. deadpenguins's Avatar
    Here's a zip file that you can flash through CWM rather than Odin (I'm more comfortable with CWM). If you have voodoo lagfix enabled you MUST!!! disable it before flashing any non voodoo ROM. In order to disable it, connect your phone to your PC and go into the sdcard/voodoo directory and create a folder named "disable lagfix", then disconnect from pc and reboot your phone. You will hear the creepy robot lady talking and it should take 2-15 minutes to complete. Once this is done, you may flash ED1 with CWM. Download ED1 at the link to return to stock then OTA update to EE4 if you want to flash another ROM. If you try to go straight to EE4 you will get an sd card mounting error (well I did anyway).

    Stock ROMs
    07-12-2011 12:08 PM
  5. deadpenguins's Avatar
    I didn't know that we could get away with returning a Romed Charge... Its good to know that.
    and thanks for the link bud...
    You may or may not be able to get away with it depending on who looks at the phone. It's safer to just return it to stock IMO.
    07-12-2011 12:11 PM
  6. Anderain's Avatar
    Here's a zip file that you can flash through CWM rather than Odin (I'm more comfortable with CWM). If you have voodoo lagfix enabled you MUST!!! disable it before flashing any non voodoo ROM. In order to disable it, connect your phone to your PC and go into the sdcard/voodoo directory and create a folder named "disable lagfix", then disconnect from pc and reboot your phone. You will hear the creepy robot lady talking and it should take 2-15 minutes to complete. Once this is done, you may flash ED1 with CWM. Download ED1 at the link to return to stock then OTA update to EE4 if you want to flash another ROM. If you try to go straight to EE4 you will get an sd card mounting error (well I did anyway).

    Stock ROMs
    If I wanted to just try it out to see the difference... After the phone reboots I assume I can just delete the "disable lagfix" folder and reboot again, and it will re-enable it?
    07-12-2011 12:24 PM
  7. deadpenguins's Avatar
    If I wanted to just try it out to see the difference... After the phone reboots I assume I can just delete the "disable lagfix" folder and reboot again, and it will re-enable it?
    Although I've never tried it (I've only flashed kernels which include voodoo), it looks like deleting everything in sdcard/voodoo except the /logs folder will enable lagfix again when the phone is rebooted.

    Source: How Do You Enable Lagfix?
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    07-12-2011 12:34 PM
  8. Anderain's Avatar
    Although I've never tried it (I've only flashed kernels which include voodoo), it looks like deleting everything in sdcard/voodoo except the /logs folder will enable lagfix again when the phone is rebooted.

    Source: How Do You Enable Lagfix?
    Just tried it, its that simple. Created the folder, lagfix gone. Deleted the folder, lagfix back!
    07-12-2011 01:04 PM
  9. deadpenguins's Avatar
    Just tried it, its that simple. Created the folder, lagfix gone. Deleted the folder, lagfix back!
    Cool! I'll remember that in the future
    07-12-2011 01:21 PM
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