Hi retspan, ziczac, cajen and everyone...
I updated my firmware to latest 20120111 release and after various trials,
I have found the solution for a correct upgrade of permissions folder and
fingerprint, also on ATV1000 with 2.3.4 release.
Pratically, using the same "permissions" folder and fingerprint line, we must
follow a different procedure...
First of all we must go to ---> Settings ---> Applications ---> Manage applications
---> All ---> GoogleServicesFramework ---> Clear data and Force stop (back) --->
Market ---> Clear cache and Force stop ---> (back home)
Then we enter Rootexplorer ---> go to: /mnt/sda/sda1 and copy "full_permissions" folder
from pendrive (long press on left click) ---> go back to: /system/etc ---> click on "Mount R/W"
---> rename original "permissions" folder (for example to: permissions_backup) --->
paste "full_permissions" and rename it to "permissions" ---> give same attributes of original folder
---> (back to the root)
Now we edit build.prop and change original fingerprint line:
so, we go to: /system ---> we open build.prop using text editor (long left click on file)
---> delete original fingerprint line:
and insert new fingerprint line:
(automatically, a backup copy of build.prop will be created)
Remaining in: /system ---> we enter "app" folder and (temporarily) uninstall GoogleServicesFramework.apk
(we can do that renaming it, as for example, to: GoogleServicesFramework.apk1 ...if we check and go to:
Settings ---> Applications ---> Manage applications ---> All
we don't find the application)
then rename again: GoogleServicesFramework.apk1 to GoogleServicesFramework.apk ---> (back home)
(This last passage makes the difference and resolves all difficulties with internet connection)
At this point, we reboot device, enter Market, insert our Google account and a more
complete Market will be there for us!!
So we will find missing apps like facebook, tweetdeck and more...
Referring to everyone would try this method, I can say that I'm not responsable for everything could happen
(I suggest a previous backup of data and apps)
In the next days, I will make a video guide, to show visually all passages
For more working apps, you must add this missing file: com.google.android.maps.jar
to "framework" folder in: /system/framework and change its permissions to rw-r-r
For more compatibility, I suggest to use this fingerprint line:
(if you have a 2.2 "froyo" firmware release)
and this fingerprint line:
(if you have a 2.3 "gingerbread" firmware release)
More fingerprint lines here: Google Nexus One - OpenGL ES performance and system information
(go to --> "Browse the GLBenchmark"--> choose your device --> (ok) --> "System Information" -->
scroll down to --> "android.os.Build.Fingerprint" --> choose your fingerprint line to test)
If your market release is 3.4.4 or superior, you must remove this file: android.hardware.nfc.xml
from "permissions" folder in: /system/etc