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Root Rooted and still getting ota ?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Droidking, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. Droidking

    Droidking Well-Known Member
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    Hey all, been rooted for over 2 months now with DM 1.0 and this morning I'm getting a notification for the ota. What gives? I thought dm blocked notifications...
     

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  2. slick_old

    slick_old Well-Known Member
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    I'm not 100%, but I think I recollect reading that if you accept the OTA with root/rom, it will cause your phone to go haywire.
     
  3. CRPercodani

    CRPercodani OFWGKTA
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    Yea, do not accept the update. Well actually DM is based on 2.0.1 so it might work ok but I still wouldn't recommend it. I am not sure why it isn't blocked, maybe DM doesn't block it? Never used that ROM.
     
  4. tom108

    tom108 Well-Known Member
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    i dont think droidmod put a block on updates. you would need a new rom or use the ota block tutorial. DM 1.0 is pretty outdated IMO i would try another rom out unless you are totally happy with DM.
     
  5. Droidking

    Droidking Well-Known Member
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    Well, I'm not accepting it anyway. I'm really diggin my droid the way it is now. :)
     
  6. slick_old

    slick_old Well-Known Member
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    It's going to pop up over and over again if you don't accept.
     
  7. Fabolous

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    just delete otacerts.zip from /system/etc/security/

    You need to know some terminal commands, or use a GUI like root explorer.
     
  8. shrink57

    shrink57 Well-Known Member
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    Just to add to FAB's post, if using root explorer you need to switch the directory from RO to RW in order to delete the file.
     

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