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quick post just to get this up to the top again.

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Up you go..

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Maybe my tutorial "Steps to flash a new ROM" is worth to be added to the list in this thread.

If not, at least my reply push this thread again up in the list.

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Upsadaisy....

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many people in the uk have problems downloading from fileserve because most of the uk isp's use a proxy managed by the internet watch foundation who seem to have blocked downloads from the site :mellow:

Any other options? trying to get hold of the flash versions

Edited by zennit, 30 April 2011 - 01:19 AM.

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many people in the uk have problems downloading from fileserve because most of the uk isp's use a proxy managed by the internet watch foundation who seem to have blocked downloads from the site :mellow:

Any other options? trying to get hold of the flash versions



You can try "Tor" from Market.

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Fly up to first page again. This needs to be sticky!

Paul, please change your policy regarding stickies!

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+1 for making this a sticky, it's such a useful guide.

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[Tutorial] ADB on (X)Ubuntu

You have a problem with ADB on your (X)Ubuntu? "ADB not found", "No Device connected" even you set USB debugging?

I got the same problems when I started to play around with Xubuntu.

So I wrote a tutorial how to get ADB running properly under my Xubuntu installation.

Maybe it helps some people.

ADB on (X)ubuntu

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Seems them posts were deleted now pin this please.....

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It's Saturday!!!!!!!!!

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Stickier than kangaroo poo.

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Stickier than kangaroo poo.


Don't agree

Stickier than Japanese Sushi rice :unsure:

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Yee ha, Jester's dead.

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Stick to your stick with poo like glue.

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Mate, this parrot wouldn't voom if you put 4 million volts through it!

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its ******* snuffed it!

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it is no more

Edited by Bazabaza, 11 June 2011 - 08:03 PM.

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Thank you for providing this "sitemap" ;) But as my vega arrives really soon now, I'd like to decide which ROM would be the best. I couldn't find a topic with all the roms listed and explained, is there such a topic? Or can anyone give me some little directions?

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Thank you for providing this "sitemap" ;) But as my vega arrives really soon now, I'd like to decide which ROM would be the best. I couldn't find a topic with all the roms listed and explained, is there such a topic? Or can anyone give me some little directions?


It is all down to personal preference. Once you get used to the process, it is pretty easy to install each in turn and try them out.

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