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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rickynl, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. rickynl

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    About a month or two ago i rooted to Cyanogenmod 6.0.0
    With some korean radio kernel?(i was told it was better) and the Google apps which where needed back then....
    I also made a backup back then.

    Today i decided it was time for me to go back to the official rom
    so i restored my backup all i did was use nandroid to restore it to the backup.
    Have i got the original rom now? Will i get official updates again etc.. wil htc not notice if i had to give it back? (i used the root trick in which you didnt unlock the bootloader)

    When checking in my phone settings it displayed FRF91 (vodafone Nexus one )
    And said android 2.2 Where's android 2.2.1? i never had it (yet) but when i try to force update it says there arent any updates does this mean i still havent got my phone back to original?
     

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    The Vodafone FRF91 isn't upgradable to FRG83 (yet), so all is well.
     
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    Vodaphone is one of the few carriers that told Google that they (as in the carrier) need to manage updates and not Google.

    Thankfully, US carriers have not done that, and even if they did, just rooting and installing a custom ROM takes that out of the equation anyway.
     
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