Simonta - as I don't use CWM either, how would I do this manually? Do I need to unzip on my pc and push it? I'm new to much of this (but learning), any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
Edited to include "adb remount". When I did this originally, I already had system mounted rw. Sorry.
If you unzip the update, you'll see 2 or more folders. META-INF contains information about what's in the update and how the updater should apply it. The other folders contain the files that are to be updated on the machine. If you take a look at this patch, you'll see that there is a file called framework.jar in System\Framework. This update is intended to replace framework.jar in /system/framework on your Vega. The other thing to take a look at is updater_script in META-INF/com/google/android. This tells the updater what to do and won't make much sense unless you're a techy.
There are several ways to do this manually but there are two that I prefer. One for beginners, one for more advanced users. The first is easy but slower, the second needs a little skill but is quick and easy.
Method 1. Easy but slow.
1. Copy framework.jar to your sdcard
2. Using root explorer, check the permissions on the existing framework.jar in /system/framework. Click "Mount R/W" in the top left corner to put the file system into a mode where you are allowed to change files. Long press on framework.jar and select Permisssions. It should have the first column all ticked and then only user ticked in the second column. In other words, only the user can write, anyone can read.
3. Using root explorer, move the framework.jar from your sdcard into /system/bin then check that this new version has the same permissions as in step 2.
4. Reboot and enjoy Retorius's fix.
Method 2. Quick - and the one that "real" hackers use
1. Copy framework.jar to the directory containing Paul's update pack (or the tools directory if you have the Android SDK).
2. Open a command prompt and navigate to this directory.
3. Ensure that the Vega has USB debugging enabled (Settings->Applications->Development)
4. Enter the following commands
adb push framework.jar /system/framework
adb shell chmod 0644 /system/framework/framework.jar
5. Reboot and enjoy Retorius's fix.
I'm working on a Windows utility which will automate all of this. Should be ready next week.