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so after i download the insecure rom img file, am i supposed to add it to the SD card's root? then get into bootloader mode and it should pop up? im confused as how to go about the "run fastboot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img" instruction. obviously i am a total newb...

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so after i download the insecure rom img file, am i supposed to add it to the SD card's root? then get into bootloader mode and it should pop up? im confused as how to go about the "run fastboot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img" instruction. obviously i am a total newb...


You need to use a command line (and assuming fastboot is in your path) you cd in to the directory with the .img file in it and type 'fastboot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img'

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so after i download the insecure rom img file, am i supposed to add it to the SD card's root? then get into bootloader mode and it should pop up? im confused as how to go about the "run fastboot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img" instruction. obviously i am a total newb...


I guess you haven't unlocked your phone yet, otherwise you would know about fastboot.

basically fastboot is a desktop program that allows you to manipulate you phone. you need to put you phone in fastboot mode and connect it to your PC, then execute the command "fastboot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img" in Command Prompt (assuming you're running Windows on your PC) to flash the boot sector of your phone with the insecured ERE27 image.

check the pinned post for instruction on "Unlocking your phone". Same principles apply here as well.

http://android.modac...your-nexus-one/

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calendar working fine here

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I am getting the exact same errors as you buddy...

;) Regardless, Im running ERE27 quite smoothly for half a day now with moderate usage. But i really want a 100% correct install...

Paul, could you please share some thoughts if you have time?

Thanks a million.

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Not working at all here. and I see no way of reinstalling

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so i figured out how to install the insecure boot, then i immediately installed the super boot. then am i supposed to install the main update zip from the recovery screen?

Im so confused as to the order of how things should go.

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Wow! GOOD work Paul.
Upgraded from cm beta 4, no wipe, work WELL!

I nave a question..Kernel highmem? I base only 20mb free, but it's very smooth.

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so i figured out how to install the insecure boot, then i immediately installed the super boot. then am i supposed to install the main update zip from the recovery screen?

Im so confused as to the order of how things should go.


Ok so i used this order:

Insecure boot > superboot > then installed the update zip file through the recovery screen, now my multitouch works!

But now when i go into N1 Torch, it says that my phone is not rooted! did i do this in the wrong order???

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Thanks for the great work!

But I can't down the first main update, it's always forwarded to "www.modaco.com"! The other three are Ok.

Edited by Paul, 07 June 2011 - 01:53 PM.

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dear paul, starting from a modaco custom rom 1.4 I was able only to make the radio upgrade with your file... when I try to flash all the other options (online kitchen or not) it hangs after few seconds during reboot and I need to go back to previus rom. So I have new radio but with old applications (no multitouch) please help thanks

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so i figured out how to install the insecure boot, then i immediately installed the super boot. then am i supposed to install the main update zip from the recovery screen?

Im so confused as to the order of how things should go.


I think you need to do it exactly in the order Paul provided the downloads - Paul, right? I'm one more Newb here, ;) having managed to root my N1 - but I have no clue what to do with the img's...

Paul, can you be even more specific in your top post?

- this works with anything - rooted, unrooted, whatever?

- My bootloader sayz

****Unlocked ****
Nexus One PVT SHIP S_ON
HBOOT-0.33.0012
Microp-0b15
Touch Panel-synth0103
Radio-4.02.02.14
Dec. 17 2009, 13:05.23

HBOOT

etc...


So I flash the main, then the radio, and what do I do then with the two images? Where do I "RUN" an image? Recovery is RA-nexus-v1.5.3

I want back to complete root as in your ROM with tethering and everything...

Thanks for your help. I'll be glad to upgrade and pay my share, you guys are doing a great job here.

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Hi Paul, can you put all the add-on like the V5.0 BETA 4 online kitchen to this update ?

thank you.

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Ok so i used this order:

Insecure boot > superboot > then installed the update zip file through the recovery screen, now my multitouch works!

But now when i go into N1 Torch, it says that my phone is not rooted! did i do this in the wrong order???


Man.... the main update is a stock rom, meaning it is secured and unrooted, by flashing stock last you overwrote the root hack. should be

flash main update>flash insecure boot>boot with superboot once


Good luck~~

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I think you need to do it exactly in the order Paul provided the downloads - Paul, right? I'm one more Newb here, ;) having managed to root my N1 - but I have no clue what to do with the img's...

Paul, can you be even more specific in your top post?

- this works with anything - rooted, unrooted, whatever?

- My bootloader sayz

****Unlocked ****
Nexus One PVT SHIP S_ON
HBOOT-0.33.0012
Microp-0b15
Touch Panel-synth0103
Radio-4.02.02.14
Dec. 17 2009, 13:05.23

HBOOT

etc...
So I flash the main, then the radio, and what do I do then with the two images? Where do I "RUN" an image? Recovery is RA-nexus-v1.5.3

I want back to complete root as in your ROM with tethering and everything...

Thanks for your help. I'll be glad to upgrade and pay my share, you guys are doing a great job here.


if you were able to unlock and root your phone before, you should know how to use fastboot on your pc, right?

1. First, flash main update in Recovery mode, and then reboot to make sure the flash is successful.

2. Turn off your phone, press and hold the trackball and power button until your phone boots into fastboot mode, then connect with usb.

3. copy both [boot.ERE27.insecure.img] and [boot.ERE27.superboot.img] to the directory of superboot package (I assume you must have this by now)

4. Assuming you're using Windows, open a command prompt and cd to the above directory
For instance the directory is C:\superboot\,

run following in the command prompt:
C:\superboot>fastboot-windows devices
here should return your serial no. to make sure the desktop is talking to your phone

C:\superboot>fastboot-windows flash boot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img
sending...okay
writing...okay

C:\superboot>fastboot-windows boot boot.ERE27.superboot.img

Hope this helps

Edited by zzzmmm, 03 February 2010 - 09:00 AM.

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So nobody else besides me and Kruzkal has No Space Left problem?

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Man.... the main update is a stock rom, meaning it is secured and unrooted, by flashing stock last you overwrote the root hack. should be

flash main update>flash insecure boot>boot with superboot once
Good luck~~



zzzmmm, so what do I do with the imgs exactly?

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Sorry, if I baked and included Superboot, should I still have root, or do I need to come back and flash superboot over it again. How do I check if I have root? Thanks.

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Can you help me to avoid Geting this error "E: Signature verification failed"


I have just updated my nexus one successfully with full root access as well.

here are the commands for steps 3 and 4 for any noobs out there like me.

when you rooted, remember you had to make a directory structure like this ===> 'C:/android/tools'

well to execute command 3 put the insecure boot image that you downloaded from step 3 into that 'tools' file.

Now, turn your phone off and connect your nexus one via USB. Turn it on again by holding the trackball and pressing on while the trackball is depressed. You will now be at the fastboot menu. (It will say 'Fastboot USB' on top in small lettering)

Now, open up command prompt on your (hopefully windows) computer.

type: 'cd C:/android/tools' (without the apostrophes of course)

Now type in 'fastboot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img' (Again, no apostrophes)

Now your phone has the insecure boot image loaded!

But wait, before you do anything, you can add the superboot image as well in the same command right after you loaded the insecure boot image.

make sure that the superboot image file from step 4 is in that 'tools' folder as well.

now in the command prompt, type 'fastboot flash boot boot.ERE27.insecure.img' (no apostrophes)

Your phone will now reboot with the superboot that has the new ERE27 update with multitouch! (Provided you already flashed the update from the SD card before these steps i just described took place.)

Note: These steps do not erase your phone settings! Nice!

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I guess you haven't unlocked your phone yet, otherwise you would know about fastboot.

basically fastboot is a desktop program


I did root 5 days ago, forgot about this... did'nt expect to use it again anytime soon, so I usually wipe the grey RAM in my head of stuff like this to use it otherwise ;) ... anyway, thanks for the explanation. If Paul could put it in his tutorial, I'd guess there would be less questions from us newbs.

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