Originally Posted by zuben el genub
I've asked twice about the process.com vending error (I think an update messed up something, I hadn't tinkered with the phone)
Would it be easier to fix a Nexus S using Ubuntu rather than hassling with the SGS4G?
I don't know if a factory reset will fix the Market error - I've tried everything else suggested. The phone has been upgraded to GB and re-rooted. I got the update from TMO. Would a reset go back to Froyo?
I've backed up just the installed apps on TB. I'm worried that as soon as I put the SD card with the backups in, TB will install the wrong file.
I'm looking at a used unlocked Galaxy Nexus S from Amazon. If you root that, how much of Google's stuff can you get rid of?
And where would I find the instructions for dealing with the phone using Ubuntu?
My I suggest your market problem to try to unistall the updates and try the market if it works but temporary try to clear cache, data next.
About the nexus phones they're all unlockable bootloaders rooting is easy. Think about it.