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Orange ICS Update

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What could that be used for ?

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to tell the weather pressure

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to tell the weather pressure

Sweet! possibly be used or is it hardware not possible ?

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It says it can measure temperature as well.

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It's a barometer. They are used in smartphones to provide altitude data to the GPS system for a better and faster lock. Information: https://plus.google....sts/jVJhPyouWDP

Why has it been disabled? I have no idea as it's rather useful. Maybe Intel couldn't get it working properly..

@ flibblesan do you no what update_recovery is used for

Where are you seeing that?

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in system/bin/

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Did the pull again but no zip file. Any ideas?

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it have been must be moved to /cache

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it have been must be moved to /cache

so adb pull cache? or adb pull data/cache?

did adb pull cache, got nothing.

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try adb pull data/data/com.softwareupdate/

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try adb pull data/data/com.softwareupdate/

nothing.

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try pull data

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grr lol try pull cache/fota/

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App

grr lol try pull cache/fota/

Apparently it doesn't exist lol

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lol I don't think will be able to get it without root

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Even with root on xolo I dont seem to be able to pull data, obviously I cannot pull the orange update from xolo, just testing these commmands on xolo ics.

But no problem pulling from system?

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if your on gingerbread you can't root lol

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So screwed either way lol, to root you must upgrade to ics, at which point we lose the update zip :(

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I no lol in a sh file it moves the update.zip to cache/fota just before update witch you need root to get to grrr

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I just had a "live chat" with Orange in regards to a USB update and it looks like a no-go. OTA only.

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Typical of orange, always going against the grain :angry: not that anyone wants an oranginated ics build lol, we only want some warranty assurance.

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Typical of orange, always going against the grain not that anyone wants an oranginated ics build lol, we only want some warranty assurance.

I think Paul said somewhere he might have access to the download servers at some time. Oh well, I've got a working ICS phone with no Orange bloat so can't really complain.

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It's possibly already been covered(this forum has exploded all of a sudden for some reason :) ) but can I do a USB install of the Xolo GB update over my Xolo ICS already installed and then download the Orange OTA update?

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