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redshift13

Remove Recovery..??

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Hey,

Just wanted to know is it possible to remove the recovery for the metal..??

My phone has an accelerometer problem...so i'm getting it fixed by the service center...

Having recovery will void my warranty..??

Pls reply back... :)

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Cant flash...says insufficient memory on phone...

have around 90 mb left...

running metalounay.. :)

what now..??

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try booting into recovery > wipe all and then flash the bin file with ADT?

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there is no bin file to flash... :)

is there a way to generate the bin file..??

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nope...still no luck... :) darn..

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nope...still no luck... :) darn..

Always the 20Mb error ?

Edit Could you pastebin logs from firmware setup ?

You can find them here : C:\Program Files\Acer Inc\Acer Liquid Metal Tool\acer_EuuDownload_Tool\LogFile\$$DateOfTheDay$$\

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Always the 20Mb error ?

Edit Could you pastebin logs from firmware setup ?

You can find them here : C:\Program Files\Acer Inc\Acer Liquid Metal Tool\acer_EuuDownload_Tool\LogFile\$$DateOfTheDay$$\

yes always the 20mb error.. :)

attached logfiles..

Log_20110413_233125__UiLog.txt

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yes always the 20mb error.. :)

attached logfiles..

Nothing in the log :/

You can try to flash the .bin file with ADT.

How to save the bin from setup :

Launch setup and wait the install finish.

When the flash program opens (don't close it), go to : C:\Program Files\Acer Inc\Acer Liquid Metal Tool\acer_EuuDownload_Tool\A4_BIN (don't remember exactly the folder name)

You'll find this file OS_mergeFile.bin. Copy it somewhere and then you can close the flash program.

Flash the bin file with ADT as usual.

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Nothing in the log :/

You can try to flash the .bin file with ADT.

How to save the bin from setup :

Launch setup and wait the install finish.

When the flash program opens (don't close it), go to : C:\Program Files\Acer Inc\Acer Liquid Metal Tool\acer_EuuDownload_Tool\A4_BIN (don't remember exactly the folder name)

You'll find this file OS_mergeFile.bin. Copy it somewhere and then you can close the flash program.

Flash the bin file with ADT as usual.

1.booted in recovery...2.wipe all...3.ADT...

Did the above...unsuccessful...got this..attached image.. :)

post-853777-1302720202_thumb.jpg

Edited by redshift13
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ok ran the script..got this error...(attached image)

I made a mistake, rename the file "recovery.1.100.19-GEN2_original.img" to "recovery-1.100.19-GEN2_original.img"

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I made a mistake, rename the file "recovery.1.100.19-GEN2_original.img" to "recovery-1.100.19-GEN2_original.img"

ok installed the recovery...

then tried flashing..again 20mb error...

then tried flashing bin with ADT..same error as above.. :)

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ok installed the recovery...

then tried flashing..again 20mb error...

then tried flashing bin with ADT..same error as above.. :)

Check your PM :)

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Flash this modded boot with recovery : http://shoobee.eu/upp/download.php?file=926boot-flash.zip (it's not signed, you'll have to disable signature check in "Other" menu)

And then try again to flash the firmware.

i just tried your boot too, and not working :) 20mb error, is there any solution ? thank you

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i just tried your boot too, and not working :) 20mb error, is there any solution ? thank you

hi cao boi shang, how are u? have u try the clean boot? if i am not mistaken, boot with power button + vol up + camera :)

should be ok :) good luck fren

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solved 20 mb problem

- install 001.06 version using ADT

- after that you can easily update to any version you want (there will be no recovery)

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sorry, wrong thread.

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