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Old May 4th, 2011, 09:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Laugh ALL THEMES for AT&T working now on BELL ATRIX and all other ATRIX (non-AT&T phones)

So i'm not sure if you guys have seen this over at XDA but i thought i would post a link to it.

[Guide] GingerBlur/GreyBlur + ALL AT&T Themes - on OLYEM 1.4.2 Bell/Other - xda-developers


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So you need to flash the complete Telsa SBF then, lol. Is it possible to port AT&T ROMs to the Telsa's ROM?

Have you moved beyond the Telsa's radio, Jared?
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Old May 8th, 2011, 11:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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yes i believe so. I haven't looked too much into it because i want to give it a bit to see if there have been any negative side affects as a result. But from what i understand you are flashing the Telstra SBF and then it is compatible with the roms frame work for the att atrix.

Maybe in a few more weeks if a Bell SBF has still not been released then i will go ahead and do so.

But the thing is we should all be doing so anyways. There is a few threads on XDA that talk about the fragmentation of the Atrix community, where as if we are to all flash the Telstra rom, it is globally compatible as apposed to Bell Atrix only getting roms for it and the ATT Atrix only getting roms for it too. This way if the whole community flashes the Telstra rom, then Dev's can make roms for everyone, not carrier specific !!!!

pretty exciting stuff actually and i guarantee that almost all of us will have to flash the Telstra rom because the general consensus says that They will be developing roms for the Telstra now.
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i can vouch for this. Works great!
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This method is now DEPRECATED on account of the Dev has made a new're and more updated version with great help for noobs and advanced users alike.

It's like an international version for everyone but ATT, but it helps us be compatible with ATT's Atrix themes.
I have posted this link in another topic but i will post here too:
[GUIDE] Flash SBF/Root/Recovery -> A to Z - OLYEM 2.1.1 + 1080p/GreyBLUR! - xda-developers




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^--update us when they've ported the AT&T ROMs to the Telstra firmware. I'll jump on the bandwagon when that happens
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Are you running the Telstra firmware?
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Are you running the Telstra firmware?
Nooo, lol. Been really busy I want to re-root since I use aRoot, lol, before I do anything. Plus, I still need to get over my trepidation of the root world, lol.
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