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New Update 1.100.35 available!

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There's a new update available on Acer's website.

Key changes:

1. Fixes the bug that causes a failure to boot properly.

2. Improves call quality.

3. Removes the Twitter application.

4. Fixes the Twitter password and inability to post to Facebook bugs.

5. Fixes the SIM contact character limitation bug.

6. Fixes the Factory reset screen flaw with landscape orientation in French-language operating environments.

7. Improves browser stability.

Flashing above 1.100.24 without problems.

Rooting with SuperOneClick necessary after flashing to get root again - also Recovery.

I also noticed a faster boot-up...

In addition to the above changes I noticed a new app "DxDrmPlugin 1.0" with 8kb in size.

After rooting and uninstalling all Acer apps (the same I uninstalled under 1.100.24) I noticed a 2MB decrease of internal system memory.

Benchmark with Quadrant gives me 1.226 points (with my progs installed and 40 MB free system memory).

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How did you install recovery? I can't!! I have re-installed the acer drivers and re-downloaded the recovery amon ra v 1.0! but when I run the file it didn't show the number! please help....

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How did you install recovery? I can't!! I have re-installed the acer drivers and re-downloaded the recovery amon ra v 1.0! but when I run the file it didn't show the number! please help....

have you enabled usb debugging?

or you can try this : boot to bootloader mode then connect your phone :)

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this update is still on froyo?

Yes - Android 2.2.2.

Still the old kernel too.

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I hope this update will fix the bad quality of the call as they say!

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I hope this update will fix the bad quality of the call as they say!

It really does, at least in Russia! :)

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yes I activate debug mode.... I also tried to boot to bootloader mode then connect my phone but nothing!!! It says: "adb.exe" non è un programma riconosciuto come comando interno o esterno, un programma eseguibile o un file batch.

What should I do?

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No I solved!! ;p Sorry I continue stupidly to right click and run as administrator.... Thanks anyway!! :)

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I have a strange problem when i try to flash this bin.

Flashing tool says I don't have enough space in my internal memory, although I have 124MB free. :)

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I have a strange problem when i try to flash this bin.

Flashing tool says I don't have enough space in my internal memory, although I have 124MB free. :)

Sorry for the post, i got that bin flashed :)

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Sorry for the post, i got that bin flashed :)

Mind to share how do u fix the issue? I have the same problem.

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Mind to share how do u fix the issue? I have the same problem.

u need to flash any bin via ADT first...after u flash custom rom u wont be able to flash ur metal with acer .exe installer :)

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u need to flash any bin via ADT first...after u flash custom rom u wont be able to flash ur metal with acer .exe installer :)

Yep, I just restored my oldest nandroid (100.16) and then upgraded.

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I'm using stock ROM, yet having the insufficient internal storage error. I managed to fix it by update thru OTA

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Where can the .bin(to be flashed through ADT) be found?

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