flashing 2.2 with clockwork


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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    alright every time i go into nandroid and choose the folder i click every single restore boot and everything and all it says is md5 mismatch.. what am i doing wrong?
     

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    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

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    Have you re-downloaded the file? You may have a corrupt download.

    Also, which recovery are you using, and which file did you download?
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    i used clockwork and i downloaded the P3DF-CW.zip file then extracted it (in a folder) to that file location that it said in the steps
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    also while were at it another quick question.. is it even worth it to root to 2.2? ive seen people having many problems re flashing into recovery, bugs etc..
     
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    Fadelight Well-Known Member

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    What do you mean "Root to 2.2"? Do you mean root? Or do you mean flash to 2.2?
     
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    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

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    Download the file again - overwrite your original copy - extract it again - delete the copy on your phone and re-copy it over.

    Absolutely. I am one of the ones that had the recovery problem - we have that figured out now. WiFi works with the alternate kernels, Adobe Flash player works, the phone is a ton faster (I have 150 apps installed, and with a 1200 MHz kernel on Pete's BB 1.0 and on Froyo stock it was (subjectively, of course) feeling at about the same speed. Now I have a new kernel installed - gonna see how well it performs....
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    wow alright i guess i will. and which folder to i leave in the folder that says clockwork-cw or whatever.. or do i get rid and just move over the folder that says the date?
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    also.. how do i wipe my files? does it automatically do it when i do the advanced restore or is there something i have to do first?
     
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    Just the folder with the date. Put it in /sdcard/clockworkmod/backup/
     
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    When you extract the ZIP file that you download, it should extract to a folder that says 2010-06-05.06.15.32 - if it does not, then find another place to grab the file from.

    In fact, I used this file taken from the MDW site before it went down this afternoon, and it is the same file linked to on their website and in Fab's post as well - use *it* instead.

    P3DF-CW.zip

    Also, When you extract it, it should not have P3DF-CW as the main folder - the main folder should be that 2010-06-05.06.15.32 as I said.

    Finally, copy (don't move, as if it encounters an error it may still delete it and you'll have to extract it again before you can try again) this folder to your phone into the directory /sdcard/clockwork/backup folder. Then use Rom Manager / adb / manually reboot into recovery, and then go to Partitions --> format 1) boot 2) data 3) system 4) cache, & then go to nandroid --> restore and then pick that 2010-06-05.06.15.32 folder, and let it do its thing.
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    alright were there!! but the market seems slow and when i start up titanium backup it says i need busy box. what is that?
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    another question.. how do i extract the .apk out of the zip file??
     
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    Market is gonna be slow b/c it is automagically installing all your old apps again - go to downloads and you'll see what I mean.

    which .ZIP file? .APK for what?
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    for flash.. when i download it its in a zip file.. how do i get it to a .apk file and working on my phone?
     
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    When you open the .ZIP file it has nothing in it? Then it is your browser changing the name to .ZIP - edit the file after copying it to your phone using Astro / Estrongs File Manager and just cut off the .ZIP part and then it should install fine.
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    it is an apk file but my apkinstaller isnt recognizing it? this is weird
     
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    chosendude Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    nevermind. got it. Thanks a ton for all your help!
     
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    You're very welcome. Give Froyo an hour or so (O, maybe more like 15 minutes, but still!) before you go all crazy with it - but then, do go crazy with it.
     
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    I think my problem was I was moving it, not copying it over.. We will see after I try downloading the new file.. IS this one the one that has wifi fixed?
     
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    The MDW files do not have it integrated. The new one from B... does have them integrated. But the file was SPR only. However, our very own OMJ just posted a CWM nandroid backup in that thread.
     
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    1) The market is slow because it is background downloading and installing all the apps you've previously downloaded through the market (a neat new feature of 2.2).

    2) Busybox is the backend processor for Titanium Backup, so to the "problems" tab in TB and tell it to download Busybox for you.

    -mike
     

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