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Orange ICS Update

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Root of sd card like screen above

If it was copying it should have worked :)

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nothing there

ah wait i see it in file explorer on phone but not in windows

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:o what have orange done, it should be a crime

Try another file manager, some cannot see some files....try xplore

edit: so it is there ?

because you are on ics with stupid mtp, no usb storage lol, some files cannot be seen, I had this problem other day.

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found it on phone , but windows dont see it

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wait it might be file types in windows not shown

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wait it might be file types in windows not shown

I think it is mtp which is what ics uses, there is no mass usb storage.

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ok i got it, its 565MB does that seem right ?

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Yeah mine was 409mb.....all that extra is orange bloat :lol:

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ok ive zipped up the system.tar so its only 329MB now easier to upload

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where is best for uploading ?

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mediafire maybe, but you will have to zip it up into a split archive.

Are you ok to pull system.img too lol, only if you are ok for bandwidth, could be useful in that we can directly flash it through recovery and may find a way to get onto orange for those stuck on xolo?

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ok how do i do it ?

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First do:

adb shell

su

cat proc/partitions

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Upload it on dev-host, better than mediafire... here is the link :

http://d-h.st/

Unlimited size and speed...

EDIT 512 mb upload, unlimited speed

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First do:

adb shell

su

cat proc/partitions

ok

now what

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copy and paste results here

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C:\Users\Russ\AppData\Local\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools>adb shell

shell@android:/ $ su

su

shell@android:/ # cat proc/partitions

cat proc/partitions

major minor #blocks name

179 0 15564800 mmcblk0

179 1 262144 mmcblk0p1

179 2 785408 mmcblk0p2

179 3 1024 mmcblk0p3

179 4 1 mmcblk0p4

179 5 16384 mmcblk0p5

179 6 2048 mmcblk0p6

179 7 11241472 mmcblk0p7

179 8 2097152 mmcblk0p8

179 9 1056720 mmcblk0p9

shell@android:/ #

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Try this:

adb shell

su

cat dev/block/mmcblk0p2 >/sdcard/system.img

It will probably hang a while if it is pulling

now check sd card

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ok i have system.img on sdcard

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Good work :D

Compress it if you can and upload to devhost(thankyou the bledard)

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is that it what about all the others ?

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is that it what about all the others ?

All the others, what the system.tar ?

Upload that too if you can :)

What size is the img ? should be around 700+mb

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no i mean what about all the other partitions in the list ?

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system data cache logs

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ok i see the system.img on the osd with file explorer, but in windows its not there ?

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