OTA Update: 1.32.651.6

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  1. pingpongboss

    pingpongboss Well-Known Member
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    Stock rom, non-rooted: This OTA update pops up out of nowhere

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    Have not yet installed. Trying to find the ZIP on my phone.
     

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  2. Mateo

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    Thinking its the SD Card "fix" they were talking about?
     
  3. iamfunkyz

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    interesting...could it be related to this?
     
  4. bluehaze013

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    Froyo!

    JK, It's the fix for the SD Card problem.
     
  5. pingpongboss

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    Anyone know where the update ZIP downloads to? If we install this update will we be unable to root?
     
  6. tool2269

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    its to make your phone unrootable forever :)

    xda is advising not to d'l any ota's per their rooting instructions.
     
  7. KiLo11

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    lol no way would htc/sprint release a patch that quickly and not even know what security issue they needed to fix

    its the sd card fix
     
  8. KiLo11

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    download astro and look for it
     
  9. pingpongboss

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    Been doing that... can't find it
     
  10. KiLo11

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    i hope that reps over at sprint/RS/BB arent instructed to download it when activating the phone it might take away root chances for those that want root
     
  11. Mateo

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    +1 that would suck ass
     
  12. KiLo11

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    i dont have my hero with me but does astro have a search function if so try searching that way or look for other file manager on market
     
  13. NSXLA

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    nevermind
     
  14. newone757

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    yea im not doing this right now. Gonna root pretty soon
     
  15. KiLo11

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    he hasnt installed it only downloaded the update
     
  16. pingpongboss

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    Great idea! I used the search function in Root Explorer, but found neither "OTA_Supersonic" or "update.zip"

    It must be in one of those folders that need root to view (right now I'm stock no root) like /data or something
     
  17. VandyCWG

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    Why the issue with installing it?
    If we lose root, I am sure someone will just un-root it again.

    I really doubt this will turn into apple vs jail-breakers.
     
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  18. pingpongboss

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    I think most people have waited so long to try the unrevoked.com stuff that it's not worth installing until we're sure it doesn't mess with the root method.

    Edit: Someone is saying this is an "HTC Software Update" and not a "firmware update"
     
  19. BigRick10

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    Yeah because a firmware update would be Froyo, right?
     
  20. VandyCWG

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    I can understand some being hesitant.

    But still, HTC has never really shown it to be a company to close rooting (or HSPL) holes in the firmware.
     
  21. KiLo11

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    the incredible still hasnt been rooted so that does show a effort
     
  22. pingpongboss

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    Not sure what the distinction is, but I'm sure "firmware updates" can include more than just Froyo.
     
  23. NSXLA

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    You will have to root to find it =D probably sitting there somewhere on the ROM
     
  24. Android 17

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    13 megabytes seems like a bit much just for an SD card fix...I'm gonna have to ask the RS employee to NOT download the update if he tries to.

    I'm worried it may cause a few problems with rooting, but hopefully someone can confirm whether it does or not.
     
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