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Default [ROM] [OA]2.3.20-No.OC-RFS-[FINAL] FOR LAZY CPU USERBASE [Updated: 09/08/12]


OpenAndroid ROM 2.3.20
With NO OVERCLOCK -RFS

This is the OA ROM for the Lazy CPU Userbase.
Please refer to the Original OA ROM Thread for full list of features and extras.

Features:
  • No Overclock
  • RFS Filesystem
  • Same everything else.

Note:
Keep in mind that to REVERT from the EXT4 version back to the RFS version, YOU NEED TO HAVE A COPY OF YOUR ORIGINAL BACKUP AVAILABLE (remember in the original OA instructions how I told you to make a backup before upgrading?? Well, this is why!!)!!

If you are installing FROM A STOCK ROM OR FROM CWM5.0.2.7 THE PRIOR WARNING DOES NOT APPLY TO YOU!


ALL DOWNLOADS REQUIRED LOCATED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST.


Installation: FOR CRICKET USERS
  • Download CWM5.0.2.7 (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Download OA2.3
  • Boot to Recovery
  • MAKE A BACKUP
  • Choose zip from SDCard
  • Choose CWM-SuigintouLain.zip (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Go back to Main Menu (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Go to Advanced (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Choose Reboot Recovery (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Remember that stock backup you made before upgrading to the EXT4 version? You did make one, riiight????
  • Choose "backup and Restore" then restore that backup you made.(Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed or are on a stock ROM)
  • Once backup is restored, Goto "data/factory reset"
  • Next goto "mounts and storage" then "format system"
  • Once that is done, go back and Choose Install zip from SDCard
  • Choose zip from SDCard
  • Flash OA ROM
  • Reboot (may reboot to recovery again. If so, just reboot again.)
  • Wait
    ***MMS FIX***
  • Once booted, start "ApnBackupAndRestore" (located in app drawer)
  • Choose "Restore APN"
  • Choose the supplied file (OpenVitality-MMS-Fix.xml)
  • Reboot
  • Profit!
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Installation: FOR METROPCS USERS
  • Download CWM5.0.2.7 (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Download OA2.3
  • Download OA-MPCS-MMS-Config-FIX.zip
  • Boot to Recovery
  • MAKE A BACKUP
  • Choose Install zip from SDCard
  • Choose CWM-SuigintouLain.zip (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Go back to Main Menu (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Go to Advanced (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Choose Reboot Recovery (Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed)
  • Remember that stock backup you made before upgrading to the EXT4 version? You did make one, riiight????
  • Choose "backup and Restore" then restore that backup you made.(Skip if you already have 5.0.2.7 installed or are on a stock ROM)
  • Once backup is restored, Goto "data/factory reset"
  • Next goto "mounts and storage" then "format system"
  • Once that is done, go back and Choose Install zip from SDCard
  • Choose zip from SDCard
  • Flash OA ROM
  • Once flashed, flash the MPCS-MMS-Config-fix.zip
  • Reboot (may reboot to recovery again. If so, just reboot again.)
  • Wait
  • Profit!
**note: if MMS does not work, start up APNBackupRestore (preloaded) and restore the APN OA-MetroPCS-APN-FIX.xml. Reboot.


CWM 5.0.2.7
http://openzio.rtrnetwork.com/openzio/OpenAndroid/utils/CWM-SuigintouLain.zip

OA-2.3.20 ROM
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407568745

OA-MMS-MPCS-FIX
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407568806
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