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Old March 12th, 2011, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey did anyone get this OTA from verizon yet? I was wondering why i havent gotten mine, it came out on the 7th

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Just root it and put gingerbread on it hahaha
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Hey did anyone get this OTA from verizon yet? I was wondering why i havent gotten mine, it came out on the 7th
It has only been a week. Some OTAs can take several weeks to roll out.
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VZ said it could take until March 17th.
Patience.
Besides, it's nothing but bug fixes.

I haven't seen it either, yet.
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i got updated this morning.
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i got updated this morning.
were you rooted?
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i hope rooted users on stock rom get this ota...if not, no biggie i guess ill just move to a rom
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i hope rooted users on stock rom get this ota...if not, no biggie i guess ill just move to a rom
As long as your are running the original stock ROM you should get this. If you have deleted a number of systems apps (and the update modifies them) or if you have an alternate recovery it will not update properly. The alternative recovery will block the update and if your missing systems apps that are needed that may create a problem.

Either way updates have always removed root (not a big deal as you can re-root but a pain in the neck anyway.)
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i hope rooted users on stock rom get this ota...if not, no biggie i guess ill just move to a rom
OTA updates will likely un-root you. if you search around, you can find ways to trick your phone into disregarding the OTA update to keep root safe and then just go get one of Pete's vanilla stick ROMS if having the latest and greatest is important
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well im running clockword mod and spr recovery, i guess thats why i havent received the update
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VZ said it could take until March 17th.
Patience.
Besides, it's nothing but bug fixes.

I haven't seen it either, yet.
Got a link to the change log?
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Ironically, my spare Droid (that is not signed up with Verizon but I use with wifi like a mini-laptop and MP3 player) received the OTA update this morning, while my active Droid has not (yet).
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I got the OTA this AM. Would love to know what changed in the release. I haven't seen any noticeable differences yet.
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if i have spr recovery, and i want to get the update, should i uninstall spr or what should i do? just curious, havent made up my mind whether to do it or not
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Got a link to the change log?
They said it was to fix the sms problem with duplicates messages et cetera.
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well im running clockword mod and spr recovery, i guess thats why i havent received the update
The alternate recovery you have should not stop the notification of the update. It only stops it from installing after you donwload it. Having a custom ROM installed will block the update.

If you want the update then you need to get back to a stock recovery to install it or wait until the ROM devs update their froyo ROMs with it and then install those.
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Not to hijack the thread, but I am non-rooted and my phone has reminded me about this update twice. When I hit the install button, the phone just goes back to the main screen instead of the usual reboot and package unload. Any ideas?
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If I update it should unroot my phone right? Will the original rooting procedure work to re-root the phone if it has the new OS, it's a Droid 1
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Ironically, my spare Droid (that is not signed up with Verizon but I use with wifi like a mini-laptop and MP3 player) received the OTA update this morning, while my active Droid has not (yet).
My active Droid got the OTA this morning.
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If I update it should unroot my phone right? Will the original rooting procedure work to re-root the phone if it has the new OS, it's a Droid 1

The going speculation is that the rageagainstthecage method (super one click, soup for root, etc.) used by many will still work; however, that is not guaranteed that the exploit won't be patched. I have not heard anything definitive though. You can always root your phone using RSD Lite no matter what they do.
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Users have said that it will be able to get re-rooted just fine on FRG83D but I have not tried. Will experiment later today and report back
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I received the update this morning and swype stopped working. Anyone else have this problem? I'm unrooted if that matters.
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I am rooted and I just got the notice today.. so it can take some time to get around t users

to answer some general questions here

- yes you can root this of course
- a rooted version of this updated ROM FRG3D is even available from pete
- yes this would unroot you if your rooted and let it run
- yes you can stay rooted and blow off this whole update and stop the OTA noitce
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I got the update this morning but couldn't tell what changed if anything.
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their OTA updates are always vaguely logged at best and IMHO, hardly ever worth the effort. in this case, "only mms/sms issues were addressed"
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I received the update this morning and swype stopped working. Anyone else have this problem? I'm unrooted if that matters.
Same problem. Update came in last night around midnight. I loaded it and swype no longer works. I have a stock droid.

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Same problem. Update came in last night around midnight. I loaded it and swype no longer works. I have a stock droid.

Any suggestions?
Although I am not installing this OTA update since I am rooted, I had this same problem with previous updates. I found the best thing to do was to uninstall Swype and the Swype installer. Then, I went to the Swype webpage, logged in with my email registered for the beta program, downloaded the installer, then installed Swype. Last step was to go into the keyboard settings to set Swype as my default keyboard.

This process worked for me with the past two updates.

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can i just uninstall spr recovery and clockwork to get back to stock recovery or do i have to do something else? can anyone help me with this?
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I received my update a couple days ago in the morning. After this update is my droid supposed to say 2.2.2 in "about phone?" Cause it says 2.2.1.


I clicked on the update button and it seemed to take not even a minute before it was done. I haven't noticed much of a difference. The only thing I DO notice is that my loud speakers now sound like they are blown when playing music at full volume. I've had the phone since its release date with no issues, so maybe just a coincidence?
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Although I am not installing this OTA update since I am rooted, I had this same problem with previous updates. I found the best thing to do was to uninstall Swype and the Swype installer. Then, I went to the Swype webpage, logged in with my email registered for the beta program, downloaded the installer, then installed Swype. Last step was to go into the keyboard settings to set Swype as my default keyboard.

This process worked for me with the past two updates.

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This worked perfectly, thanks.
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I received the update this morning and swype stopped working. Anyone else have this problem? I'm unrooted if that matters.
The Swype beta from December expired March 9th.
Uninstall both the program and the installer and re-download/install, both.

I got the update today but since I had already updated Swype on the 9th, nothing changed.
Still worked just fine.
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got it yesterday.... the last two OTA's have been pretty lame..... guess nothing exciting unless I want to root, until I get a new phone, of course.
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Users have said that it will be able to get re-rooted just fine on FRG83D but I have not tried. Will experiment later today and report back
Worked great! All 3 phones re-rooted
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Update accomplished. Now having occasional browser crashes. Anybody else?
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Hey did anyone get this OTA from verizon yet? I was wondering why i havent gotten mine, it came out on the 7th
my wife's old droid with only data access successfully got the update but my phone didn't. is there a valid 2.2.2 update out there or do i need to roll back my phone to 2.2 and see if the OTA generates to my phone.
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As long as your are running the original stock ROM you should get this. If you have deleted a number of systems apps (and the update modifies them) or if you have an alternate recovery it will not update properly. The alternative recovery will block the update and if your missing systems apps that are needed that may create a problem.

Either way updates have always removed root (not a big deal as you can re-root but a pain in the neck anyway.)
What happens if this is happening to me? Is there anything I can do? I had my phone rooted a while ago and then unrooted it according to very careful instructions. And the OTA update stops halfway through installation. Please tell me I am not screwed.
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What happens if this is happening to me? Is there anything I can do? I had my phone rooted a while ago and then unrooted it according to very careful instructions. And the OTA update stops halfway through installation. Please tell me I am not screwed.
Does it give you an error? If so what does it say?
How did you unroot?
Did you remove any system apps or bloatware before unrooting?

The answers to these question will help us help you.
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Does it give you an error? If so what does it say?
How did you unroot?
Did you remove any system apps or bloatware before unrooting?

The answers to these question will help us help you.
Thanks for your help.

It doesn't give me an error message, but it begins installing and then stops and has a picture of the folder with a "?" next to it. Then I have to pull out the batter in order to get my phone to work again.

I rooted with: Universal Root Solution for Most Android Devices

One of the things I had put on my phone when it was rooted was a particular keyboard. I didn't like it, so I decided to delete that file from my phone to get it back to normal.

Then I decided to unroot it using the same method I used to root it. There is an "unroot" feature to the application.

This was a few months ago, and now I am trying the OTA update and it is not working. My guess is I goofed when deleting that keyboard file. I must have deleted something I wasn't supposed to.
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Got my update a couple of days ago, and now I am having a problem where I will get both the wifi icon and the 3g icon on my status bar (when I am in a place where I can access wifi). The bigger problem is when this happens, I no longer recieve calls, texts or emails, nor can I make calls. Only a reboot fixes it. Anyone else see this issue?
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Thanks for your help.

It doesn't give me an error message, but it begins installing and then stops and has a picture of the folder with a "?" next to it. Then I have to pull out the batter in order to get my phone to work again.

I rooted with: Universal Root Solution for Most Android Devices

One of the things I had put on my phone when it was rooted was a particular keyboard. I didn't like it, so I decided to delete that file from my phone to get it back to normal.

Then I decided to unroot it using the same method I used to root it. There is an "unroot" feature to the application.

This was a few months ago, and now I am trying the OTA update and it is not working. My guess is I goofed when deleting that keyboard file. I must have deleted something I wasn't supposed to.
That is probably a good guess. The best thing I can think of to do would be to install ROM manager, flash clockwork recovery, make a backup of your rom, goto Peter Alfonso goto the downloads section and download the frg83g .zip Stock System Files (either odexed or deodexed will work), put the .zip file on your sd card, (you can do this first if you want to just download it directly to your phone) re-verify that you still have clockwork recovery after the backup, and from the recovery menu wipe data and cache, then flash the .zip file. You should now have the updated and rooted version of 2.2.2.

If you don't wipe data and cache you may keep the same corruption that is causing the current problem.

One other thing to try before this is a factory reset, but I don't know if that will work with the damaged system files or if it will hang your phone up forcing you to use rsd lite.

If you don't understand what I just posted please ask for clarification or help before doing it. There are plenty of people who will be happy to help you and it's better to ask first than have to try and talk you through a botched flash.
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