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Nexus One / HTC Passion images in signed zip - build 22607

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Root access not enough for you?

How about the Nexus One / HTC Passion ROM images in a signed zip (extract with WinRAR on Windows or CocoaZipX on OSX)?

Enjoy! :)

Kudos to my unnamed source (you know who you are)!

Download: http://loadbalancing.modaco.com/download.p...mf/?oz11nmzyqm3

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Root access not enough for you?

How about the Nexus One / HTC Passion ROM images in a signed zip (extract with WinRAR on Windows or CocoaZipX on OSX)?

Enjoy! :)

Kudos to my unnamed source (you know who you are)!

Download: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YKFI77YI

P

Just a note: "The Unarchiver" - http://wakaba.c3.cx/s/apps/unarchiver.html - for extracting files on OSX.

Kudos

Edited by lmjabreu
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Keep hitting refresh! :)

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Just did matey... she's-a-downloading!

Time to PLAY!

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ModelID: PB9911000

CIDNUM: GOOGL001

So it's a Google ROM... PB9911000 is also pretty similar to PB811000 (HD2) so it's from the same suite of devices. Lets see what else we can get out of this ROM!

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l3v5y you Android ROM n00b! ;)

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Yeah... But I feel like learning :)

Got me the android SDK, a clean Ubuntu install with the Androidy stuff and the Passion images... What could possibly go wrong? B)

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Yeah... But I feel like learning :)

Got me the android SDK, a clean Ubuntu install with the Androidy stuff and the Passion images... What could possibly go wrong? ;)

On that same bandwagon, any good tutorials just to get me off to a start, seen the how to on xda and htcpedia but nothing substantial.

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On that same bandwagon, any good tutorials just to get me off to a start, seen the how to on xda and htcpedia but nothing substantial.

Although android is a more open platform in theory, there seems to be absolutely no advice/guides/anything useful!

I think I don't like Anrdoid... :) WM needs more hacking (and almost all the tools used are built from scratch) but at least people seem to share the discoveries they make...

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Is there a way to get this to work with the sdk emulator? I tried making a copy of 2.0.1 skd folder, renamed, changeds system.img with the one from this thread, it won't boot past the android small text and the blinking cursor(it hangs, cursor stops blinking).

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wow how do you do it haha. Cant wait for cyanogen get hold of these bad boys =)

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i know this may sound stupid

i have moto cliq and i what to put nexus one rom on it and didnt know if this rom will work on this phone

US Tmobile

Moto cliq

hopefully i can :)

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i know this may sound stupid

i have moto cliq and i what to put nexus one rom on it and didnt know if this rom will work on this phone

US Tmobile

Moto cliq

hopefully i can :)

Afraid not, someone need need to port it out to your device.

From what Ive heard Android 2.1 will be coming to the Cliq though.

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Has anyone tried flashing this zip to see if it will restore the phone to factory? I'm a little scared to unlock and void my warrenty.

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when i unzip the files all i get is a boot.img but no system.img or revocery.img

and i unziped with both winrar and cocoa zip? is there anyway someone can just send me those 2 files?

thanks

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Can someone tell me if this is suitable for the SLCD Nexus, too?

I want to revert bach to stock to send it to HTC because of my broken power button.

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