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Old July 5th, 2011, 03:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is a noob question but how do I change my rom? I'm on swedish spring but want to change to Japense Jellyfish. I have done all rooting and got clockwork etc. Just a bit unsure how to change. I'm just a little worried that the way I think will get wrong just asking.

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I'm fairly new to this melarky so I would advise you wait for confirmation from Shadowninty or one of the other Blademasters in these here parts before proceeding!

First make sure the ROM is compatible with your Blade. There are Gen1 ROMs and Gen2 ROMs. Download Ask Mr Pigfish from the market if you are not sure.

Place the JJ zip file on your SD card

Check the MD5 sum is good. When you downloaded the JJ ROM there should have been a string listed after if (for example: 1698CF7AF9D130B02DDC471D089751D8). Download ASTRO file manager off the market and run this. Run it and hold your finger on the zip file and select details. After about a minute it will tell you the MD5 sum. This should match what was listed when you downloaded it.

Provided this is all good, and you have sufficient battery power, you can shut down your phone, leave it a few seconds, then power it on holding menu and volume down. This should boot you into clockwork recovery mode.

From here you can backup your current setup (might be wise in case things go wrong). When you're ready to proceed select install zip from sdcard (navigate with volume up and down buttons and select an option with the home key). Select choose zip from sdcard. You should be able to navigate to your rom now and choose a zip to apply.

It should then install the ROM.

I'm not sure about wiping caches and stuff. I haven't been doing this when switching CyanogenMod 7 nightlies.
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Swedish Spring is the successor to JJ. Its based off an official ROM. I would not recommend downgrading to it at all
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I was told on Modaco that Japense Jellyfish has longer battery life. I seem to have less than a day battery life on Swedish Spring. Could you advise on the best rom with battery life?
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Ginger Stir Fry.
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I'm not on Gen2.
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Tpt!
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Jazuz, yer a great man for de ould TpT sn

I'm goin' to GSF very soon, prolly 2morro.....lookin good.

You recommend?
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Its good, I miss the features from CM tho
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Oh you're running Ginger Stir Fry yourself Shadowninty? *gasps*

How does it compair? You were a die hard CM7 enthusiast! Which features are you missing?

Battery life any good?
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No, but I used it for a few hours
Battery life is better according to everyone who tried it basically
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Your comment plus your empty signature made me think you'd defected from CM7!

Will have to wait for a review from dannymur then.
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I want to change to Gen 2 but it seems hard. And I can't find any instructions which are easy to understand thats why I want to find a Rom which has long lasting battery for Gen1. If anyone would like to make a Gen 2 instuction help thread it would really help alot.
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Old July 7th, 2011, 01:03 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Gen1 to Gen2 TPT upgrade - Android @ MoDaCo

Its much easier then setting up your phone with a custom Recovery (as you did before)
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Old July 7th, 2011, 03:22 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I've read that and tried it but just don't really get it and I can't use it.
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You unzip it to your SD card (creating an /image folder) and hold Menu + Volume Up at boot
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Did you use this one?
Ginger Stir Fry B9 Gen1 Upgrade TPT
Download: gsf-blade-b9-tpt.zip mirror mirror
Download size: 101.03mb
MD5: 60a541641bf1062414c799c8e3345dbc
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No but it will work fine
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Which one did you use?
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The v7b.
But you want Ginger Stir Fry right? So the all in one is the easiest way to go about it
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Ok then thanks.
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Do I have to download all 3? Download: gsf-blade-b9-tpt.zip mirror mirror?
Because Download: gsf-blade-b9-tpt.zip wont' download?
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Old July 8th, 2011, 08:41 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Just download from one of the links, its all the same
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Is it best that I do a backup or is there no point?
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You can do a Nandroid, just in case, and if you want to restore some apps data use Titanium Backup or MyBackup Root
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Why not Clockmod backup?
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That is a Nandroid
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Oh ok. It won't unzip on my computer so should I do it on Astro or file manager on my phone?
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You unzip it to the root of your SD
If you do it with astro make sure to check the MD5 with AFV (market it)
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Thanks alot Shadowninty for all your help. I'm on Ginger Stir Fry. Is there anything I can do that I couldn't when I was on Gen1?
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You get faster network data download, a bit more RAM, and mildly improved reception
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How do I delete some of the installed with the Rom?
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You can edit the .zip, and delete the apks (the naming makes it obvious for most things)! Or use Titanium Backup to freeze apps
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titanium says im not rooted for some reason
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how do i edit .zip if stir fry is on my phone now?
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You can reflash it in ClockworkMod!
You can use Astro file manager to edit the .zip if you wish
What were you thinking about deleting

That's odd about Titanium. Might be worth a reinstall
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I want to delete Chess, File Manager, Solitaire
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There's no point deleting them, especially the file manager which is helpful


Anyway, I forgot you don't have the zip!
android.modaco.com/content/zte-blade-roms-rom-customisation/342009/rom-gen2-zte-gingerbread-ginger-stir-fry/
You fan dl it from there
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Is there anyway I can hind them from App list?
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Yes!
I know launcher pro lets you do it
Menu[button]>Preferences>General>hide apps in launcher
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There seems to be only two roms that turn your phone to Gen 2 all in one now.
What's different between these two?

Ginger Stir Fry B12 Gen1 to Gen2 Upgrade TPT
Download: gsf-blade-b12-tpt.zip mirror mirror mirror mirror
Download size: 107.30mb
MD5: 7aca7bedbae8673772486f0f3edc6e2d
SHA1: 20682da87ba5a32716c07c76d57fbcb2f185e28c

CyanogenMod 7.1 RC1 Gen1 to Gen2 Upgrade TPT
Download: cm-7.1.0-RC1-Blade-TPT.zip mirror mirror
Download size: 104.48mb
MD5: 4e7a35b4485bf0296ba57c1f4730c4e3
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They are TPTs (Total Phone Transfer) which include an image of the ROM

Ginger Stir Fry is a fixed up 2.3.4 ZTE Leak

CyanogenMod7.1 is a community Android distro based on Android 2.3.4 that has been made to work on the Blade.
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Can I download them and just install the way I did the first way?
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Which one better out of the two?
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Can I download them and just install the way I did the first way?
You install a TPT image by unzipping it your SD card and holding men + volume up at boot
You install a ROM by booting into ClockworkMod Recovery (Volume down at boot) and selecting the .zip to flash
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Which one better out of the two?
I think Ginger Stir Fry (GSF) is best for you
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[ROM] Blue Ginger V4 - Android 2.3.4 - AOSP dialer [GEN2] - Android @ MoDaCo

How would I put this theme onto my phone?
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That's an entire ROM, not a theme.
Download it to your SD, hold volume down at boot, and select the .zip from the SD!
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If I wanna get rid of apps of Blue Ginger what should I do? Can I extract it on my PC and delete the apps and somehow install just as the folder?
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You can view the .zip and delete the apps from /System/App
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Old July 10th, 2011, 02:40 PM   #50 (permalink)
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where should i view the zip?
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