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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by photoman95, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. photoman95

    photoman95 Lurker
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    I do not want to root my Eris because I merely have no need to other than for wireless tethering. Surely there is a way to wirelessly tether and use the phone as a hotspot without rooting? Does anybody know, cause having to plug the phone in to tether is annoying beyond belief. Help?
     



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  2. thrawn86

    thrawn86 Android Enthusiast

    as far as a "wifi" tether I'm not sure, but pdanet will let you do bluetooth which would at least save you the cord.

    I can understand the hesitation to root, but on a phone like the eris almost necessary to get anywhere close to the way the phone is supposed to work.
     
  3. photoman95

    photoman95 Lurker
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    I can't find a crystal clear instruction list to root and it bothers me that I may have to change it back so it can go back to Verizon
     
  4. thrawn86

    thrawn86 Android Enthusiast

    always check the stickies

    http://androidforums.com/eris-all-t...ed-18-november-2010-10-47-am-central-u-s.html

    http://androidforums.com/eris-all-t...is-app-apk-no-pcs-no-scripts-needed-easy.html

    http://androidforums.com/eris-all-things-root/127861-universal-eris-root-dummies.html

    I've used both methods, and there are also tutorials on flashing. It may seem like a lot of work, but if you're unhappy with the performance of your phone its worth a try if you're not eligible to upgrade yet.

    unrooting and flashing back is pretty easy, but from what I hear most people don't even bother.
     
  5. photoman95

    photoman95 Lurker
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    Thanks a bunch
     
  6. photoman95

    photoman95 Lurker
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    Rooted. Now what? any good stuff to do.with a rooted Eris? Anything good to flash?
     
  7. crackface

    crackface Member

    If you duct tape it to the bottom of one shoe, then jump off something really high, a rooted Eris will transition to rocket booster mode and you can fly!! :D

    On a serious note - many people seem to be recommending CELB Froyo:
    [ROM][GPL] CELB Froyo 4.3(Plain CM Rom)1-21-11 - xda-developers

    I personally am running Floyo, and find it performs quite well for me:
    [ROM]Floyo Tazz 5 1/14/11/mui music/gb keyboard - xda-developers

    And some others are listed here:
    http://androidforums.com/eris-all-things-root/220905-best-2-2-rom.html

    And of course, you can now wireless tether.

    Welcome to Roots R Us!!
     
  8. photoman95

    photoman95 Lurker
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    Froyo is a ROM like PlainJane right? I don't mean it works like it, but it is indeed a ROM? How do I get rid of the ROM I already flashed so I can flash Froyo?
     
  9. thrawn86

    thrawn86 Android Enthusiast

    "froyo" is android 2.2. celb, froshed, etc, are different froyo ROMs. xtr, for example, is a 2.1 rom.

    I always end up coming back to 2.1 (mainly xtr) no matter what I try. There always seem to be issues with 2.2, however celb is pretty great.

    1)boot recovery (clockwork or amon)
    2)backup
    3)wipe
    4)flash
    5)horray?

    see this post for flashing/wiping instructions (illustrated) credit to eu1. in fig.40 you'll simply click on the .zip of whatever rom you downloaded.

    http://androidforums.com/eris-all-things-root/127861-universal-eris-root-dummies.html#post1186824

    in case anything goes wrong, simply boot recovery, wipe, and reflash your backup. its pretty much foolproof.
     

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