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Android 2.3.4 Upgrade for HTC Incredible


  1. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

    My phone is rooted, and ever since I rooted my phone I have never received an update. This is the first time I have gotten a update since rooting and was curious how this is possible? I mean, has anyone else received this type of update and if I update is this going to override my rooted phone and turn it back to being a normal non-rooted phone?

    I'm curious because I just noticed it when picking up my phone.

    This is the information that came with the update thing:

    This software update includes new enhancements and improvements for your DROID incredible by HTC. You will be unable to use your device or make emergency calls for the duration of the install, which is expected to take 10 to 15 minutes but could take longer. For more information, please visit www.verizonwireless.com/droidincrediblesupport


    Any information about this would be appreciate it.

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  2. iowabowtech

    iowabowtech root@android:/ # Moderator

    It should fail to install due to your custom recovery. Or are you saying it actually went through?
  3. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

    It downloaded, and now wants to install. But I haven't given it the "okay" yet. If that makes sense?
  4. iowabowtech

    iowabowtech root@android:/ # Moderator

    Yeah it SHOULD fail to load but there's no real sense in trying it IMO. You're wanting to stay rooted right because GB has no root exploit for our phone so if you unroot and install this, there's no way to reroot except if you keep s-off. Then you can push clockwork back. Although the much easier way around all this is to just load a rooted, stockish rom instead. XDA has several such roms. The following is basically bare bones stock with a slight build.prop tweak to fix a known issue where some of the "about phone" settings show some Sprint stuff and also Sprint related apps show up in the market. If you want something more refined than this, just browse the development forum:

    [ROM] Official INC OTA 4.06.605.3 - xda-developers

    Does that get to the heart of your question or did I stray too far from your request?
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  5. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

    Well I do have a rom that I have installed. I have the SkyRaider 4.2 rom installed.

    The update keeps popping up. Is there a way to just "stop this update" from popping up again? I rather just do it that way. If possible.
  6. iowabowtech

    iowabowtech root@android:/ # Moderator

    Interesting, I thought Skyraider blocked OTA's. That might mean it's a little different than it used to be but try this:

    Go to /cache and delete the downloaded OTA. That MIGHT be all you need to do but it may come back. Now go to /system/etc/security and rename otacerts.zip to otacerts.zip.bak. You'll need Root Explorer in R/W mode due to editing /system folder. Make a nand backup ahead of time just in case but this shouldn't be a big deal.

    That worked on 2.2, can't guarantee yet for 2.3.4 since I haven't heard anyone try to block it yet. Let us know if it works.
  7. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

    I'm curious where cache is located? I can't seem to find it.
  8. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

    Nevermind, I figured it out. Duh me, lol I thought I could do it with a different app to get to the cache but guess not. But I deleted the OTA update, and changed the file name of the other that you stated. We'll see if that works or not. Let you know if it does or not.

    Thanks again!
  9. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

    Update: Nope, still popping up even after deleting the OTA file and renaming the other file.

    Not sure what else to do. This is driving me nuts! I don't want to lose and have to do everything all over again.
  10. iowabowtech

    iowabowtech root@android:/ # Moderator

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  11. Shorte85

    Shorte85 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I was just about to post this too. Ha! Thanks, yeah I tried that as well and it seems to be working like a charm. :)

    No OTA's been popping up at all the past couple hours. So that's a good thing. :)
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