dew_veil added a topic in Orange San DiegoAdvice needed for upgrade of OSD French providerHello,
I have a Orange Intel Inside aka Orange San Diego from the French provider Orange.
Currently, it's running the original stock firmware:
Android version: 2.3.7
Version IFWI: 05.52
BaseBand version: SUNRISE_SMB_REV30_V2_B1202_1208.K
Kernel version; 18.104.22.168+ svnadmin@nataku09 #1
Build number: AZ210B_GB.01.04
The phone is unlocked but not rooted.
There is an OTA update available, which I haven't done yet, of 261 MB.
I don't know what it does exactly (ICS maybe?)
Here is my question:
I'd like to upgrade the firmware to some version (unknown yet, this is the purpose of my question) which would allow me to:
1) root the phone, so I can install the Xposed framework which I use on another phone
2) enable the USB OTG
3) maybe (not mandatory) enable the internal micro-SIM slot for further use.
As I'm going to give this phone to my parents, who know nothing about Android, the upgrade has to be safe (i.e. when a new upgrade will be available via OTA, it must not brick the phone or do anything bad)
From reading the forum, I understand that people installed via USB the X900 (ICS?) update, which allowed rooting but with which some problems occured (wifi, 3G...), then people went back to "Orange ICS" but I'm not sure why and whether it could be rooted for Xposed.
So... as you can see, I'm a bit confused, and I'd like some knowledgable persons to help me in choosing the good decision/firmware, and direct me to the relevant URLs for tutorials.
Hope this is not asking too much!
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dew_veil added a topic in Orange San Diego Q&A[Q] Install Flashplayer for Opera w/o upgrading current FlashplayerHello,
I own an Orange Intel Inside aka Orange San Diego currently simlocked on the Orange french network. It is not rooted either.
It is still running on 2.3.7 :
version IFWI : 05.32
baseband : SUNRISE_SMB_REV30_V2_B1202_1208.K
kernel : 22.214.171.124+
This device has a built-in Orange browser "Navigateur" version 2.3.7 on which Flashplayer is installed, and the Flash version is 10.3.186.3 which is pretty old, even for Gingerbread.
This browser is not really convenient for my usage, so I installed my browser of choice, namely Opera, and now I'd like to have Flash running in Opera.
Right now, Opera doesn't find the Flashplayer 10.3.186.3 plugin (when I visit a page with Flash, I see the "download Flashplayer" logo).
I am unable to locate the Flashplayer plugin with the tools I'm using (Total Commander). I guess it's hidden somewhere in /data/... but as the device is not rooted, I can't see it (maybe).
Ok, so here are my two questions.
1) Is it possible to install ANOTHER Flashplayer version on the device, while keeping the current one in order to keep the built-in browser "as is".
In that case, I could indicate in the Opera:config the path of the new Flashplayer plugin. The question would be: where to put the plugin so it doesn't replace the current one.
2) If it is not possible to have 2 different versions of Flash (one for the built-in browser, one for Opera), which path should I specify in the Opera:config for the current flashplayer plugin?
After intensive searching on the Internet, I tried /data/data/lib/com.adobe.flashplayer , system/data/lib/... but nothing worked and Opera still didn't recognize that Flash was installed.
I would be grateful for any help! The San Diego is after all a "nice" device which feels good in hands. :-)
Have a nice day!
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