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Could someone do a system pull with adb and post it? I'm from the androidforums, looking to port ics to the zte warp. If anyone could pull the boot.img or just dump all dev/blocks, thanks!

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How is that going to help? ZTE warp is msm8655 - this is msm7x27A.

There's all kinds of updates available for ZTE N880E, which is basically this device but for CDMA networks. Clean images for all partitions + radio.

jelly bean: http://www.zte.com.c...99292198429.zip

ice cream sandwich: http://www.zte.com.c...14833367651.zip

gingerbread: http://www.zte.com.c...56011212720.zip

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Thanks, this is more than I've been finding. And as far as the warp, the processor is a variant of the msm7630

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Thanks, this is more than I've been finding. And as far as the warp, the processor is a variant of the msm7630

Really? There's some misinformation in pdadb and gsmarena in that case.

There is now an official Ice Cream Sandwich update (or ROM dump if you will) available for ZTE Acqua/Medion Life P4012.

http://wwwen.zte.com...mobile/germany/

http://wwwen.zte.com...43024203566.zip

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Awesome, I'll dig into it, hopefully I can get a working port for us over at AF. Thanks again

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Is there any way to make the gingerbread rom work on gsm networks? ? Also does the kernel make any difference,cause now i have 3.0.8 for android ics... ?!

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