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  1. sfobrien's Avatar
    I attached screen shoots of what I am on now. I have noticed that battery life on this version is not as what I hoped. Is there a better version that I should be on. I looked at the Comm Roms but it looks like the same that I am on now. I also do not want to wipe again if I don't need to. Any suggestions would be great. I used ODIN for the the flash.
    Move up to ComRom 2 and install the EC09 radio. Alot of us are getting pretty good results with this setup. EB01 is older version.
    06-27-2011 09:57 AM
  2. tjohnson101374's Avatar
    Move up to ComRom 2 and install the EC09 radio. Alot of us are getting pretty good results with this setup. EB01 is older version.
    Okay, sorry for all the questions.... So I am downloading the This version contains the EC01 radio/modem and imnuts' 05/31 PBJ -50mv nonvoodoo kernel
    CR20_EC01_NUTSx_SHARK.tar

    Is the EC09 radio part of the rom? Or do I need to do something else. I am assuming to just just ODIN for the rom. How do I do the EC09, Again.... Still new to rooting.

    Also, will all my apps stay on? or will I need to redo them. Was thinking of getting Backup Pro, but not if I have to.

    Okay so I found the EC09 file here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1132236

    But to make sure I understand exactly what to do.

    First: Install the CR20_EC01_NUTSx_SHARK.tar using the instructions from here: http://forum.androidcentral.com/veri...6-12-11-a.html

    Second: Install EC09 through ODIN Also?
    06-27-2011 10:17 AM
  3. jptech7's Avatar
    Okay, sorry for all the questions.... So I am downloading the This version contains the EC01 radio/modem and imnuts' 05/31 PBJ -50mv nonvoodoo kernel
    CR20_EC01_NUTSx_SHARK.tar

    Is the EC09 radio part of the rom? Or do I need to do something else. I am assuming to just just ODIN for the rom. How do I do the EC09, Again.... Still new to rooting.

    Also, will all my apps stay on? or will I need to redo them. Was thinking of getting Backup Pro, but not if I have to.

    Okay so I found the EC09 file here: [EC09][MODEM][ODIN] EC09 Radio/Modem for Odin - xda-developers

    But to make sure I understand exactly what to do.

    First: Install the CR20_EC01_NUTSx_SHARK.tar using the instructions from here: http://forum.androidcentral.com/veri...6-12-11-a.html

    Second: Install EC09 through ODIN Also?
    You will lose your apps & data, so you must first backup. Anytime you go to a new ROM, the ROM should format DATA & SYSTEM which means your apps & data will be lost. I recommend Titanium Backup (for root). You have it right though, you should flash ComRom and then EC09 modem if you want the EC09 modem on Froyo ComRom.

    - JP Tech
    06-27-2011 11:38 AM
  4. sfobrien's Avatar
    Okay, sorry for all the questions.... So I am downloading the This version contains the EC01 radio/modem and imnuts' 05/31 PBJ -50mv nonvoodoo kernel
    CR20_EC01_NUTSx_SHARK.tar

    Is the EC09 radio part of the rom? Or do I need to do something else. I am assuming to just just ODIN for the rom. How do I do the EC09, Again.... Still new to rooting.

    Also, will all my apps stay on? or will I need to redo them. Was thinking of getting Backup Pro, but not if I have to.

    Okay so I found the EC09 file here: [EC09][MODEM][ODIN] EC09 Radio/Modem for Odin - xda-developers

    But to make sure I understand exactly what to do.

    First: Install the CR20_EC01_NUTSx_SHARK.tar using the instructions from here: http://forum.androidcentral.com/veri...6-12-11-a.html

    Second: Install EC09 through ODIN Also?
    Yes Odin ROM, reboot phone to normal. Then if you want Odin the EC09 radio. And yes your device is wiped with the version you have selected.

    I use Titaniuium Backup but they are other backup programs as well.
    06-27-2011 11:40 AM
  5. tjohnson101374's Avatar
    Yes Odin ROM, reboot phone to normal. Then if you want Odin the EC09 radio. And yes your device is wiped with the version you have selected.

    I use Titaniuium Backup but they are other backup programs as well.
    Okay so by the time the replies happend, I had decided to go foward with the process. I did exactly what I stated on my post, I also updated the radio to EC09 as the last step.

    It looks like everything is working fine. It in fact did NOT wipe my data, or the existing apps. The only app that i see is not working is the clock. Which is weird. Also notice that doing the screen capture procedures by hitting the back button and then the power does not take the screen shot. Which is not a big deal for me as it was a more annoying than anything else. So the About Phone show that the Firmware Version is now UKB 2.0. Is this correct now, I assume that I am still on Froyo. Baseband Version: s:i500.04 V.EC09, Kernal: 2.6.32.9 and Build os SCH-I500.ED01. Does all this look correct now?

    One other thing - What is TSM Market? Is it still the market?
    06-27-2011 12:46 PM
  6. ExpertZero's Avatar
    to fix the sd card issue, remove autorun.iso from the /system/etc/ folder asap. it embeds itself in the sdcard and does some strange things.
    does anyone know if this solves the SD card nuke? cause if it does, then i'm jumping all over this leak... if not i guess i can wait
    06-27-2011 01:01 PM
  7. tjohnson101374's Avatar
    does anyone know if this solves the SD card nuke? cause if it does, then i'm jumping all over this leak... if not i guess i can wait
    This was not a GB Rom, just was update to the latest Froyo Rom.
    06-27-2011 01:06 PM
  8. STLRampage1's Avatar
    Damn GB leak!!! I'm tempted to run without an SD card just to get Netflix. LOL
    06-27-2011 01:07 PM
  9. ExpertZero's Avatar
    [QUOTE=DroidXcon;1010851]FAQ

    Q: What is this?

    A: This is a leaked version of Gingerbread for the fascinate. Leaked was brought by p3droid over at MyDroidWorld.com. this is a leak so do not expect it to be perfect. It has everything needed from Modem to kernel


    This was not a GB Rom, just was update to the latest Froyo Rom.

    i may be confused but was under the impression this was a leaked Gingerbread... wonder where i got that idea from...lol
    06-27-2011 01:11 PM
  10. mm247's Avatar
    HELP! Trying to go back to a CR 2.0 because of the SD card issues and am now getting FAILED in Odin and a light blue screen on the phone when in Odin. Put the battery back in and it shows phone to computer symbols and won't turn on of coarse.
    06-27-2011 01:26 PM
  11. tjohnson101374's Avatar
    [QUOTE=ExpertZero;1037079]
    FAQ

    Q: What is this?

    A: This is a leaked version of Gingerbread for the fascinate. Leaked was brought by p3droid over at MyDroidWorld.com. this is a leak so do not expect it to be perfect. It has everything needed from Modem to kernel





    i may be confused but was under the impression this was a leaked Gingerbread... wonder where i got that idea from...lol
    Sorry to have confused you all, I had orginally thought about doing the update to GB but after reading the whole entire thread and hearing out the SD card issue, i decided not to. But while I was at it, I asked about my current version and if it was correct. Did not mean to take away from the orginal subject on GB. Mine however with the update to EC09 is working good as of now. Well see in couple of days on how the battery life works.

    Thanks again for the info.
    06-27-2011 01:40 PM
  12. ExpertZero's Avatar
    i to fix the sd card issue, remove autorun.iso from the /system/etc/ folder asap. it embeds itself in the sdcard and does some strange things.
    ok, so i ask again, has anyone tried this with success??

    also wondering if saving sd to computer first, format card, pull card, install leak, do quoted fix, install card and replace card contents from tether to computer would prevent card nuke... any thoughts??
    06-27-2011 01:54 PM
  13. Landshark's Avatar
    HELP! Trying to go back to a CR 2.0 because of the SD card issues and am now getting FAILED in Odin and a light blue screen on the phone when in Odin. Put the battery back in and it shows phone to computer symbols and won't turn on of coarse.
    Which ODIN package were you using?
    06-27-2011 02:01 PM
  14. mm247's Avatar
    I tried CR20 nomodem nuts shark tar first because I wanted to keep the modem/ radio EC09 from the GB leak, that gave me a fail in Odin. So I started from scratch again and tried CR20 EC01 nuts shark tar and got failed again ,now with light blue screen.
    06-27-2011 02:15 PM
  15. Landshark's Avatar
    I tried CR20 nomodem nuts shark tar first because I wanted to keep the modem/ radio EC09 from the GB leak, that gave me a fail in Odin. So I started from scratch again and tried CR20 EC01 nuts shark tar and got failed again ,now with light blue screen.
    There have been so many problems with the EC09 leak, you might be better off using ODIN to go to stock EB01 first and use the atlas 2.2 pit file with it to repartition, then flash the CR 2.0 ODIN, then you can even flash the EC09 modem on top of that.

    EB01 -> Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!

    Atlas 2.2 -> MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

    EC09 Modem - > MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

    When you ODIN the EB01 file, place that in the PDA section, place the atlas file in the PIT section, look to the left of the start button under the heading option and put a check mark in re-partition.
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    06-27-2011 02:40 PM
  16. sfobrien's Avatar
    There have been so many problems with the EC09 leak, you might be better off using ODIN to go to stock EB01 first and use the atlas 2.2 pit file with it to repartition, then flash the CR 2.0 ODIN, then you can even flash the EC09 modem on top of that.

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    I Odined the EB01 when I went back to ComRom but didn't install the 2.2 pit file. What have I missed by not doing that?
    06-27-2011 03:19 PM
  17. mm247's Avatar
    Thanks for the help Shark, I got it working and loaded the EC09 modem, so far so good. Although I went to recovery from the shut down menu and got red lettering that was extremely small and hard to read with larger yellow text that was incomplete on the right side that seemed to try to imply FAIL and also what looked like the green Android figure in the back ground, weird. I rebooted again and got back to blue recovery and then to red recovery and didn't see those images again. I looked at my SD Card through file manager and can still see some strange symbols next to files the won't open but my apps are still there and seem to work, although I lost some pictures. Thanks again for the help, it got a little scary there for a while.
    06-27-2011 03:33 PM
  18. joebob2000's Avatar
    I looked at my SD Card through file manager and can still see some strange symbols next to files the won't open but my apps are still there and seem to work, although I lost some pictures. Thanks again for the help, it got a little scary there for a while.
    I had a strange incident like that after a FC-reboot (these seem to happen about every 2 days.) I opened My Files to see if my SD card was toast, and there were like 1000 files with crazy character names. I went to Storage control, unmounted, remounted, then went back in to My Files and all the crazy character files were gone and things were back to normal.
    06-27-2011 04:01 PM
  19. STLRampage1's Avatar
    I threw in an old 2GB SD card and reinstalled the GB leak. (I flashed it without the SD card installed and when I put the card in I immediately formatted it.)

    I am off tomorrow so I am going to play around a bit and see how it does.

    I have not rooted it and have downloaded a few of my everyday use apps.
    06-27-2011 11:51 PM
  20. Landshark's Avatar
    I Odined the EB01 when I went back to ComRom but didn't install the 2.2 pit file. What have I missed by not doing that?
    The pit file realigns your partitions. Think of your phone as a pair of cargo pants with multiple pockets. The linings or dividers between those pockets are the partitions. Sometimes after a lot of flashing the partitions get skewed and files or parts of files don't end up in the right place. Using the pit file when doing a clean wipe with a stock build like DL09 or EB01 realigns the partitions to where they need to be so everything ends up where it should be and you usually end up with fewer FC's and wonky files.
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    06-28-2011 01:26 AM
  21. sfobrien's Avatar
    The pit file realigns your partitions. Think of your phone as a pair of cargo pants with multiple pockets. The linings or dividers between those pockets are the partitions. Sometimes after a lot of flashing the partitions get skewed and files or parts of files don't end up in the right place. Using the pit file when doing a clean wipe with a stock build like DL09 or EB01 realigns the partitions to where they need to be so everything ends up where it should be and you usually end up with fewer FC's and wonky files.
    Thanks Shark, I have again learned something new!
    06-28-2011 04:18 AM
  22. cartman311's Avatar
    Can the 2.2 pit file be used any time you ODIN files. For example would it be beneficial to use the 2.2 pit file when you load the 2.0 COM ROM ODIN files from landshark. The reason I’m asking is because I have some force closures that happen and I’m still on superclean 2.9.2 ODIN package from droidX and I wanted to upgrade to COM ROM 2.0. Would this help stop the force closures?
    06-28-2011 05:29 AM
  23. Landshark's Avatar
    Can the 2.2 pit file be used any time you ODIN files. For example would it be beneficial to use the 2.2 pit file when you load the 2.0 COM ROM ODIN files from landshark. The reason Iím asking is because I have some force closures that happen and Iím still on superclean 2.9.2 ODIN package from droidX and I wanted to upgrade to COM ROM 2.0. Would this help stop the force closures?
    No, you should only use the pit file in combination with a fully stock ODIN package such as DI01, DL09, or EB01. If you are having force close issues and move on to Comm ROM it is recommended you do a full wipe of data, cache, and dalvik and the full wipe may take care of the force close issues. If it doesn't, then I would recommend fixing permissions. That script is included in Superclean 2.9.2 and Comm ROM. Download Android terminal emulator from the market. Open it up and you will see a blue screen with a $ prompt in the upper left corner and a keyboard. Type su next to the $ and hit the enter key. Terminal emulator will be granted superuser status and the keyboard will disappear. Hit the menu soft key and choose toggle keyboard and the keyboard will reappear. You will see a # next to su. Next to the # type fxpms and hit enter on the keyboard. You should see a scrolling text on the blue screen. This will take a few minutes and when it is done you will see another # sign. Back out of terminal emulator and that should take care of the force close issues.
    06-28-2011 03:40 PM
  24. standupdad's Avatar
    ok, so i ask again, has anyone tried this with success??

    also wondering if saving sd to computer first, format card, pull card, install leak, do quoted fix, install card and replace card contents from tether to computer would prevent card nuke... any thoughts??
    Personally backed up card to pc, kept it out of the phone and updated from CR 2 to this leak. Let it boot to desktop and install and reboot. Shut down and placed memory card back in phone. Never lost any data, after nearly two weeks now, but have to deal with overy other day FC reboot. I can deal with that, as it typically happens when running Netflix, Pandroa or Plants v Zombies for a long period of time. Removing the card seems to be the big life saver.

    SuD
    06-28-2011 07:54 PM
  25. Landshark's Avatar
    SuD! SuD! SuD! SuD!
    06-28-2011 08:28 PM
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