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Root New .591 Gingerbread (Gingerblur) leak

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ECFfighter7232, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. ECFfighter7232

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    If you dont know about it, its available from the Team Black Hat app
    anyone try it out yet?
    I wont be putting it on until Fab decides to change Apex over to it. Until then I am very happy on Apex alpha2
    If youve installed it post up your findings/thoughts
     

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    My thoughts are that im glad I haven't installed any of the leaks yet bc it doesn't seem as though any leak is going to last very long w/o being updated, haha
     
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    I just dl'd it fine from the TBH app. Will install and report back soon. Got to do a android firstthen charge the battle a bit.
     
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    Man, auto-correct is a b*tch.lol
     
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    Yup! Lol :)
     
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    any kernel or baseband updates? either way, im good on .588
     
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    So many problems for me on .588 (wifi stops working frequently being the worst). Might try .591 if the process to get to is isn't terrible. Do I have to have the TBH app?
     
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    I'm on .588 and loving it. I'm d/l'ing now and will update asap. I'll let you guys know.

    Steven
     
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    Not trying this one till its available .... still one to disagree with charging for access to a file that was leaked...
     
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    Got GingerBreak 1.2 loaded up and installing now...Nandroid back up and right over 588.

    Installed perfectly...rebooting from Gingerbreak now. Heard that it takes a while.
     
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    Don't think I'm going to pay to try a leak that I know nothing about.waiting to hear back to see others thoughts
     
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    I downloaded it, but haven't installed......all these damn leaks lately......too much work to be themeing for it.
     
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    Just loaded it on. Haven't noticed anything changed but its only been on for 30 seconds
     
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    GingerBreak rooted just fine. No wipe of my SD card, now to start trying to find the differences.
     
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    Loaded fine over .588. Only noticed a better "bounce" when scrolling up and down.
     
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    Any way to get this without TBH yet? So basically once there's a free file out there, just use the Droid2Bootstrapper the same way I did .588 and I should keep all of my apps and settings intact?

    .588 is so buggy for me. I hope .591 fixes some of these issues.
     
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    I'm on .591. It's not rooted. I need to find out what gingerbreak is and install it.
     
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    Another leak?..by the time they get our power back on from all the tornados last week they'll be another leak out. Lol

    ...going on four days with no power sux
     
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    NP. For once I had a chance to give a small hand to the wise Steven.:D

    Still on the 30.04 bootloader.
     
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    Would I have to defrost my frozen bloatware before doing this?
     
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    Have seen one person over at MDW who had no issues installing over nobloat with no problems.
     
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    I'm rebooting into root, now. I have a question. The file said it was deodexed? Is it possible to be deodexed before it's rooted? That confused me not being an actual developer type.

    If it is NOT deodexed, do we need to wait for a new deodexer for the .591 version (I'm thinking this is so) or will bouchingo's deodexer for .588 work?

    Steven
     
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    I asked the same question and here is the answer that I got:

    "It is partially deodexed. The only thing not deodexed is framework-res."

    I have heard that the CRT patch does not work because it edits the framework-res
     

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