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Root How can I install a rom without the rom manager?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ad1nf1n1tum, Jul 16, 2010.

  1. ad1nf1n1tum

    ad1nf1n1tum Member
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    Some background:

    I rooted my phone using the new unrevoked, and then installed the 'Google Apps (froyo)' rom from the rom manager. Clearly this wasn't the right thing to do.


    So when I restart, it's still sense UI with 2.1.
    Google apps keeps forceclosing, preventing me from adding my google account, and in turn having the marketplace. So I have no way of downloading the rommanager and reinstalling my old rom. Does anyone know what I did wrong, and if and how I can fix this?

    I did create a backup rom. Though if I get the rommanager and can install 2.2, I don't see why I would need this. So I guess my trouble stems from the googleapps forceclosing.
     

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  2. lgldrgdlr

    lgldrgdlr Well-Known Member
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    simple...go into recovery and wipe cache, wipe data/factory reset. it'll set it back to basically the day you activated it plus you'll still have clockworkmod and superuser.
     
  3. ad1nf1n1tum

    ad1nf1n1tum Member
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    aw, that worked. awesome, thanks.
     

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