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Tips Streak 5 Froyo Update for AT&T and Rogers Customers is Here

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by stevenlong, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. stevenlong

    stevenlong Well-Known Member
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  2. bel4_20

    bel4_20 Lurker

    Yes it's about F'n time!
     
  3. gn005virtu3

    gn005virtu3 Newbie

    Unable to update I am on Froyo 2.2
    Build 12821
    OEM Version: GAUSB1A131800
    Baseband Version: GAUSB1A131800-US

    Anyone figure out how to go back to Rogers 1.6 Stock Rom? I see posts for AT&T 1.6 Rom, but I'm guessing it will be different, and Rogers update will have the same problem?
     
  4. gn005virtu3

    gn005virtu3 Newbie

    Is the stock baseband for AT&T the same with Rogers?
     
  5. gn005virtu3

    gn005virtu3 Newbie

    anyone getting an error about "getprop ro.product.fota.model"

    i couldn't copy down the full error message before it rebooted...
    I am getting this error too. I am with Rogers, but did the QDL tool stuff and updated to Froyo 2.2 using the Rom from Dell.

    Build 12821
    OEM Version: GAUSB1A131800
    Baseband Version: GAUSB1A131800-US

    Did a factory reset and am re downloading from Rogers but have a feeling the update is still not going to work....

    There seems to be a 1.6 ROM for AT&T users to revert back to. How about Rogers? I figured, if I revert back to the AT&T 1.6Rom, I still wouldn't be able to update from Rogers as it will not recognize the carrier branding? Don't ask me why, but I'd like to do a carrier provided upgrade to 2.2 if possible.
     
  6. AvSGRaE

    AvSGRaE Lurker

    Can someone tell me how to go back to 1.6? The 2.2 update is horrible and hideous and I want my phone back. I had to use adw.launcher to cover up that worthless homepage not to mention it lags with all processes closed and clean internal memory. I want 1.6 2.2 is horrible and flash hardly works
     
  7. nb_mitch

    nb_mitch Android Enthusiast

    Not sure about going back, I downloaded the update this morning about 1am and then went to sleep. Some of it is great, some will be ok, some is annoying.

    I have so far just drug everything to the trash can so all the home pages are blank and started reconstructing what I had and liked. I miss the dropdown that had the wifi/3g/bluetooth, etc, but found a "power" widget that seems to do the same thing.

    I was surprised as to what got lost in translation, like my google account info, music, but my pictures and all apps are still there. When I bring up an App, my saved information seems to be there.

    Some of it will just be getting use to it. The Swipe keyboard is great, the device seems more responsive in general, the phone is different, maybe better, haven't used it allot.

    The fact that the home pages rotate is nice, but they don't fit the same which is odd. And some widgets like BW looks great in protrait, but the clock has a black background in landscape.

    Overall, I think was I am able to set up my homescreens like they were (not sure why they had to blank everything out) I will be good.

    The 2 things that I don't like are the backgrounds. I use to have a different background for each homescreen, now I have 1 for all, so it is harder to tell where I am. It also doesn't fit right in landscape, just see the top of the picture. I also have all 6 homescreens, when I only want 3, not sure I can delete the blank ones.
     
  8. gn005virtu3

    gn005virtu3 Newbie

    Well, as an FYI:

    I wasn't able to go back to 1.6.
    But I managed to fix my phone. If you get stuck on the Dell Logo, or black screen, and want to get your phone running, use the QDL tool to update to the base 2.2.

    I decided to go the DJ Steve route, and am using the 1.8.0 build of 2.2. Working great so far.
     
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