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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by simplepondlife, May 26, 2011.

  1. simplepondlife

    Thread Starter

    OK I have done the Hboot thing and downloaded unrevoked3 but am a little scared to carry on as it says to uninstall HTC sync. I can't find out any where HOW to uninstall it only disable it. I have a Desire with 2.2 and need very laymans terms please.

    I really need to do this to stop the message "Low on storage".

    Thanks.

    Also how do I know if the first step has worked?
     



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  2. Meh

    Meh Well-Known Member

    What OS are you running?

    On Vista-
    Control Panel
    Uninstall/change programme
    find HTC Sync and uninstall

    Don't uninstall the HTC drivers. These were installed along with HTC Sync but you need them in the root process. HTC Sync conflicts with UnRevoked that's why you need to uninstall that.
     
  3. simplepondlife

    Thread Starter

    Windows 7 home premium x86.
    Will it be the same as vista?
     
  4. simplepondlife

    Thread Starter

    I must have done something wrong, my phone looks and acts as it did, also under control panel on pc there is nothing "Android" or "HTC" on there. :thinking::(
     
  5. Meh

    Meh Well-Known Member

    Should be the same on Windows 7.

    Have you installed HTC Sync previously? I think unrevoked warns you about it just to be safe even if you haven't installed it.

    If you've not installed it you need to install it from the HTC website (should pop up on google if you search for HTC Sync), just select the version that says it's for all android phones and follow the instruction.

    Once it's installed, go through the uninstall instructions, but remember not to delete the HTC Drivers.
     
  6. Meh

    Meh Well-Known Member

    Did unrevoked give any errors. Mine failed at first cos (can't remember why). Easiest way to tell if you rooted is if an app called superuser has appeared in your main menu.
     
  7. simplepondlife

    Thread Starter

    OK, lol I thought it was on the phone not a PC programe. ok doing it now thanks for the help I will get back to you shortly. fingers crossed.
     
  8. Meh

    Meh Well-Known Member

    I've gotta go but if you have any issues i'm sure someone else (almost definately more knowledgeable than me too) will help you out. Will check back later though lol!
     
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  9. simplepondlife

    Thread Starter

    Internal error: installing package failed. :(
     
  10. james27007

    james27007 Look into my Eye

    @simplepondlife

    Welcome to Androidforums.com, we are glad you are here

    Just want to remind everyone to please utilize everything that AndroidForums has to offer for the best user experience here.

    We have subforums in place that range from talking about Rooting (Desire - All Things Root) to Support and Troubleshooting where you can post all of the issues for your Desire and get help. If you want to discuss about various Accessories, there
     
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  11. simplepondlife

    Thread Starter

    Sorry for putting it in the wrong place. Ok well I think it has worked and now do I just reboot system or is there more to it?
     
  12. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    Hi,

    Please can you read the rooting FAQ (available by following the red link in my sig) then you can use the unrevoked rooting guide from the same link.

    Together these tell you everything you need to know and step by step instructions to root with unrevoked.
     
  13. Meh

    Meh Well-Known Member

    How did you get on in the end?
     

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