updating to 2.2 with my rooted aria


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    sniper8752 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am thinking about updating my rooted aria to firmware 2.2. can i do this? is there a root for 2.2? i heard that with this new firmware, you can actually now install programs on your sd card. my internal memory is full, and i can't even download e-mails now.
     

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    A variety of ways to accomplish it. Here's what I did.

    1. Unrevoked
    unrevoked3 recovery reflash tool, v3.32

    2. Liberated Aria Froyo FR008 (Keeps HTC Sense)
    ROM: Liberated Aria Froyo Series FR008 12/13/2010 **Fully working OC Kernel** - xda-developers

    Alternately, you could consider CyanogenMod, which does not retain HTC Sense
    http://www.cyanogenmod.com/

    Happy rooting.

     
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    sniper8752 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    can you only download 3 apps. at a time?
     
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    Hi Sniper8752,

    Do you mean simultaneous downloads from the official Market? In my experience, yes, it seems to be about 3 or so simultaneously. If I select more, it queues them.

     
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    sniper8752 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    will at&t charge me extra if i tether? i have a data plan for my phone.
     
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    Its my understanding that they don't typically detect tethering, but an high volume of data usage might trigger them to send you a warning about tethering or simply charge you for tethering. Per reports I've read, it seems to be variable; perhaps based on your prior use or your specific plan.

     
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    sniper8752 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    so they would warn me if i started doing it? i don't wanna try it, then find that my next bill, its $50 more. and yes, that does make sense.
     
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