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TPT - am I unzipping the stock rom in the 'image' folder or do i need an 'image file'?

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TPT - am I unzipping the stock rom in the 'image' folder or do i need an 'image file'?


image MD5: 97f1bb0f657ce21d8b7983a1fb12f7f4

Flash with clockwork, we'll get clockwork off later.

Edited by lordofangels, 29 January 2011 - 04:22 PM.

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to install a ROM with TPT it needs to be a .image

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Did you see this reply to your post in the other thread about this?

Unless you have done a TPT before, all you need to do is flash in a stock rom that includes Boot, Recovery and System partitions.
Then a Factory reset (Wipe of data, cache, and any partitions on SD used for apps to sd solutions) will make the device as it came.

sebastian404 has a repository of stock roms, hope he has the downloads issue with them solved by now.

All the TPT solutions for now are based on the Hungarian upgrade from 256 to 512 mb, and are deemed to install some files from the hungarian device... unless i'm mistaken, there is currently no known way to undo that totally.


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