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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by hockeyfreakb4, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. hockeyfreakb4

    hockeyfreakb4 Member
    Thread Starter

    im trying to use droid root help but it wont work for some reason. i go through the whole process and reboot into recovery but i have to nandroid sub menu and i still have the standard recovery img. i got my droid today and it updated to 2.0.1 and im just trying to get nandroid working so i can backup and get the multitouch browser. if you had a good tutorial on that id like that too. thanks!
     


  2. DroidSloth

    DroidSloth Newbie

  3. messenger13

    messenger13 Android Expert

    I'll help you with the nandroid recovery when I get home from work ... if someone hasn't helped you by then. Have you combed thru Sholes.info?


    His post refers to creating a nandroid backup (surf Sholes) of your entire DROID. With all due respect, I'm trying to figure out what a multi-touch browser has to do with any of that? :thinking:
     
  4. DroidSloth

    DroidSloth Newbie

    Sorry, confused too when I came back to this, thought I put it on the wrong thread. I saw that he mentions trying to get a multi-touch browser, thought maybe I'd make a recommendation that is easier than rooting/flashing if that is the only goal. Sorry to confuse folks.
     
  5. hockeyfreakb4

    hockeyfreakb4 Member
    Thread Starter

    thats the guide i was following but i can never get the submenu for nandroid in recovery. i update to 2.0.1 yesterday could it be a newer version that the 99b.1 flash doesnt work on?
     
  6. hockeyfreakb4

    hockeyfreakb4 Member
    Thread Starter

    ok. i might pm you later if i cant get it working.
     
  7. hockeyfreakb4

    hockeyfreakb4 Member
    Thread Starter

    also, does anyone have a WORKING link for the multitouch browser porter over from the milestone because every guide says link removed or has a link the alldroid and that doesnt exist anymore.
     
  8. DroidSloth

    DroidSloth Newbie

    reboot your phone into recovery > backup/restore. NANDROID backup (simple) is a option in the "backup/restore" submenu. It is still there in the 99b.1 recovery that I did yesterday.
     
  9. hockeyfreakb4

    hockeyfreakb4 Member
    Thread Starter

    the root helper link there is broken could you help me out and maybe upload the one you used?
     
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