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Custom Recovery/ROM Acer Liquid Mini E310

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Good morning,

I've been experementing with rooting and adding several 3rd party launchers/lock screens on my phone but am not very satisfied.

Mostly because the battery drain is significantly larger when using a 3rd party launcher and lock screen.

I am using setCPU to make sure my CPU isn't constantly asking 600 Mhz to expand the battery life.

When I was looking into the possibility to flash a custom recovery/ROM onto my Acer I found that there aren't any available.

At least not that I have found.

Does anyone know if there are any available? Or could anyone make one?

There are probably a lot of people waiting for this. :ph34r:

Thank you!

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Hmm, no one able to help?

I have been reading some things on a Russian forum but they mention it's only possible on the 2.3.5 version of android.

I personally still have the 2.2.2 version and can't update through the Acer website?

Can I upgrade by using a non-official method?

Thank you in advance.

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we don't have a liquid mini, but on the Acer site u can download the official updates for your phone and install it through your computer as a normal program.

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Is it possible to install EMEA_GEN1 over EMEA_CUS2? Or can I change te version from CUS2 to GEN1 by installing a diffirent rom?

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Hmm, no one able to help?

I have been reading some things on a Russian forum but they mention it's only possible on the 2.3.5 version of android.

I personally still have the 2.2.2 version and can't update through the Acer website?

Can I upgrade by using a non-official method?

Thank you in advance.

If you have sources it shouldn't be so hard to have a working custom recovery

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I have found a custom recovery on the french forum but am still wondering about the CUS2 to GEN issue asked in my previous post.

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I have found a custom recovery on the french forum but am still wondering about the CUS2 to GEN issue asked in my previous post.

I don't think there will be differences. Custom recovery overwrites the acer recovery that is in each stock rom

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Yes but apart from the recovery, would there be a problem if I install the GEN version over the CUS version?

I would try to update it first to 2.3.5 (but that only works with the GEN version) before I install the custom recovery.

Hmm maybe explain it a bit clearer.

Right now I have a stock android 2.2.2 (rooted) EMEA_CUS2 Build.

I would like to upgrade to 2.3.5. Build EMEA_GEN.

When this works I would install the custom recovery.

But I don't want to brick my phone...

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Yes but apart from the recovery, would there be a problem if I install the GEN version over the CUS version?

I would try to update it first to 2.3.5 (but that only works with the GEN version) before I install the custom recovery.

Hmm maybe explain it a bit clearer.

Right now I have a stock android 2.2.2 (rooted) EMEA_CUS2 Build.

I would like to upgrade to 2.3.5. Build EMEA_GEN.

When this works I would install the custom recovery.

But I don't want to brick my phone...

If it's the same as the Liquid, then the only difference between EMEA_GEN and EMEA_CUS2 is the available languages

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don't know what CUS2 stands for, but i don't think you've a risk of bricks to update your phone. You can download it from acer website so don't think you can brick it with an official update. Btw i don't know your device so i'm not sure.. I'm only following s100 indications

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Ok thanks, I've tried it yesterday and it worked.

The CUS2 means that the phone is for the Belgian market or something. But the CUS didn't get an update to 2.3.5 so I had to switch to GEN.

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