jsl.com, on Feb 3 2011, 15:13, said:
That's great advice but it assumes that the latest version of the custom ROM has a kernel that is current. In the case of the Nexus One and the Modaco Custom ROM, there hasn't been an update since November 2010 and there has been an OTA update available for weeks. There is a hack posted on another thread that will make the OTA update stop bugging you if you want to keep your MCR. Otherwise you can restore a stock ROM and let it OTA update to the current release (and lose all of the benefits of having a custom ROM).
Alternatively you can get a different custom ROM from the XDA developers site. They seem to update their ROMs a *LOT* more often than Paul does.
I hope that this information has been helpful.
I've been trying for the longest time to get rid of modaco custom ROM on my phone since it doesnt really benefit me anymore. The reason I decided to go custom was for the Desire HTC sense UI, but since some appstore widgets do a better job these days, there is no need to have a custom setup (in my case).
Again I've been trying to get back into a default state, so basically an official ROM which will once again let me OTA.
Can you elaborate on the process? Do I wipe everything, find an official ROM, and then answer the OTA? I remember trying that once and it gave me a verification failure, probably because of the custom recovery. RIght now I'm on R24 FRG83D.
Edited by warxsnake, 22 February 2011 - 03:34 AM.