Turksoldier, on Feb 28 2011, 19:05, said:
would be happy with a stock gingerbread rom, everything can go. so wiping it completly isnt an issue!
cheers for your assistance bro
No problem at all. I had a lot of help when I first started out with my Nexus. Try downloading the FRG33 files in image format
, renaming it PASSIMG.zip making sure not to name it PASSIMG.zip.zip. In Windows, by default, file extensions are hidden and this file already has a zip extension. Once you've renamed it, copy it to the root of your SD card and power off your phone. Download theuniversal update to GRI40
, rename it "update.zip" and copy it also to the root of your SD card. Power your phone off, then turn it on while holding volume-down. It should prompt you "update", really meaning it'll restore your phone to stock FRG33. Confirm. It may or may not reboot after the second step of flashing it, depending on the bootloader version you have. If it does reboot, repeat the process again. You should now be on stock FRG33 (Froyo). Reboot into recovery, and tap volume-up and the power button at the same time to show the menu. click the option that says something about flashing "update.zip." and your phone will be updated to the official Gingerbread.
Edited by Paul, 07 June 2011 - 03:48 PM.
Current device: Locked T-Mobile AmoLED Nexus One
ROM: Always changing. Today it's MoDaCo Custom ROM r26
Recovery: Latest ClockworkMod
My name is Matt, and I have ORD