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updating Leedroid on Htc Desire

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cindya41, Sep 16, 2011.

  1. cindya41

    cindya41 Lurker
    Thread Starter

    I have a htc desire with leedroid mod on it. i know nothing about this. i have superuser permission modinstall. my camera freezes and restarts my phone and was hoping an update would fix it.
    i have no idea how to do this. i found the leedroid site with the list of roms to download. but i dont know which ones or how to or anything
    please help:thinking:


  2. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    Please read the rooting FAQ in my signature. Its a bit of a read and will take a few reads if not more to get your head round it, but it contains vital things you should know and understand before going ahead with any such endeavour.

    You may be tempted by someone who posts here saying "do this, this and this" but please do not be tempted, the FAQ is a must.
  3. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
    VIP Member

    Which version have you currently got? Look in the "about phone" menu. I'm guessing you didn't install this yourself, or you'd know how to do the update.

    Have you tried "clear data" for the camera app? It's a long shot, but you never know, it might be as simple as that.

    Have you got an app called "Titanium Backup"? If not, install it from the market (if it gives an error when you first try to use it, press the "problems?" button and download busybox). Use this to back up your apps and data.

    Before doing any update you want to take a backup from recovery (a "nandroid" backup). Boot the phone while pressing the "volume down" key. When you get a while screen with a few lines of coloured text, select "recovery". Should bring you to a black screen with coloured writing (probably green) - it might help if you can tell us what version, which it should say on that screen. There will be a "backup" option, which you should select. Make sure you have at least 500 MB space on your SD card, preferably more.

    When you've done all of the backups we can worry about the update - the above were just precautions in case something goes wrong. You do the update by copying the downloaded file to sd, booting into recovery, and selecting the install from sd card option. But we'll need to know a little more before recommending a version.

    Finally, but most importantly, have you read the rooting faq? It's linked from the "all about rooting" sticky post (red link in my sig). I know your phone is already rooted, but there's other stuff in there which will help, so I suggest reading it - that way any advice or instructions we give, including the above, will make more sence.
  4. deanshep85

    deanshep85 Android Expert

    but what what if someone was gonna suggest looking at your faq as 'this' :p:D
  5. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    then theyre repeating the already established good advice unnecessarily ;)
  6. deanshep85

    deanshep85 Android Expert

    you know thats just a better more eloquent way of saying "I'm right, don't listen to anyone else, unless its only in pointing out how right I am" ;):p
  7. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    or "do what I say or I cant help you" ;)
  8. deanshep85

    deanshep85 Android Expert

    haha but then we're not too far from "do as I say cos you're all stupid" :p
  9. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    No not at all. I'm just saying be sensible and think about what you need to know before jumping in with both feet.
  10. deanshep85

    deanshep85 Android Expert

    I know, I know, I was just jesting with you Dan...

    hell you've helped me out enough times even with the stupidest (or least looks like that) things at times and we all appreciate your help...you be Dan...Guru of Droid! :p
  11. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User


    Lets stop Hijacking now :)

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