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It'll need the entire ROM flashing. Guys at Orange HQ will do anything to get away with not fixing it. Flash Orange ICS using this tool and then send it back

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Would it be safe to flash the orange logo after rooting , dedoxing , flashing ICS xolo just realised I have a dead pixel and light sensor does not work :'(

Yes, that'll be fine.

Edit :- only saw utternoobs answer after the fact and he does have a point.

Edited by BlueMoonRising, 22 January 2013 - 09:28 AM.

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hi guys i cannot for the life of me flash over to orange ics every single time i get asfar as the blue droid with the thing in his tummy then it errors out and aborts leaving me to fixbrick

Same questions as before(multiple times :( ) have you installed the OTA Xolo update? If so downgrade first. If not you do have to flash the Orange logo first before flashing Orange ICS.

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Ahhh... I appear to have hit a snag.

Tried deodexing Xolo ICS, after reboot, got stuck at the logo screen.
Fix Brick - success - root - success
Following advice on here I manually created C:\SanDiego\tools\xolodx (setup did not do it itself, I'm on XP also) and unzipped the xolodeodex zip into resulting in the the app and framework folders.
Tried deodex - files appear to be pushed to phone
reboot
Hangs at logo screen
But this time when I attempt fix brick I get "please wait while tool pushes the update to your phone" followed, after a lengthy wait by "<waiting for device>"

Slight panic.

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Ahhh... I appear to have hit a snag.

Tried deodexing Xolo ICS, after reboot, got stuck at the logo screen.
Fix Brick - success - root - success
Following advice on here I manually created C:\SanDiego\tools\xolodx (setup did not do it itself, I'm on XP also) and unzipped the xolodeodex zip into resulting in the the app and framework folders.
Tried deodex - files appear to be pushed to phone
reboot
Hangs at logo screen
But this time when I attempt fix brick I get "please wait while tool pushes the update to your phone" followed, after a lengthy wait by "<waiting for device>"

Slight panic.

check with task manager how many instances of adb you've got running, there should only be 1.

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kill adb.exe with task manager then it should work

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Nope, only one adb running. Windows machine rebooted also.

Same result.

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Just noticed that during the tool startup I'm now getting "segmentation fault <core dumped>" :(

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Okay, got it.

Tried booting into Droidboot and Tool was not seeing phone at all.
Ordinary boot
Hangs at logo
Fix Brick from tool
It does the same, "sending files..." followed by "device not found"
At that point, rebooting into Droidboot gets the phone recognised by AIO tool and the files sent.
Normal flash from there.

Right, slightly dubious about trying deodex again. Does AIO Tool create a log file?

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Thanks both hoping to get a straight swap only bloody bought it Saturday

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I'm curious as to what's going wrong with the deodex process... Hate things like this getting away from me.

Edit:- (Isn't it always the way?) I ran deodex again, without having done anything to the 'phone except rooting and it appears to have worked this time. This is about the tenth attempt BTW. Not sure what the issue has been.

Edited by Horsa, 22 January 2013 - 11:37 AM.

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to deodex I use the auto scripts as it takes you from point a - z with ease

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Remember to read the fourm rules<br /><br />Maker of the AIO tool for Orange San Diego here<br />and the maker of the Motorola Razr I AIO tools here

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Yeah... When it works it works very well. :)

All done now, just curious what the issue was. I suspect something on the phone as opposed to something in the tool setup.

Anyway, sorted.

Thanks again for all your work on this Ricky.

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@Horsa, did I see you saying you're using XP somewhere? XP users seem to be having problems with the tool at least in setup. Perhaps time to upgrade? :)

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@Horsa, did I see you saying you're using XP somewhere? XP users seem to be having problems with the tool at least in setup. Perhaps time to upgrade? :)


XP exists on a Government surplus tablet computer that I've had lying in the attic for years. Was going to turn it into a car computer but never got around to it.

Ricky's tool is the first time I've had any use for Windows since XP was in vogue.

Think I have everything done now anyway!

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new tool coming with new stuff eg

* you can now extract edited and repack your
your adb backups
* cleaned the menu abit more
* kernel modules

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new tool coming with new stuff eg

* you can now extract edited and repack your
your adb backups
* cleaned the menu abit more
* kernel modules


thanks for the improvements Ricky, very quick questions can

"(13) Swap Sdcards ] <----------- This will swap your internal sdcard with your extranal sdcard"

be undone once run please?

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yes just hit option enable sdcard

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Awesome thanks!

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I was going to wait, but I gave in and earlier tonight and rooted the phone :P
I also deodex'd it in preparation for installing a microSD. I didn't have any problems doing either, although I did get confused at the adbd unsecure, init.d & hack adb section of the manual. I deleted adbd unsecure thinking I'd done the 2 parts replacing adbd, but I had forgotten to tick the two boxes within the adbd unsecure program.

Phone seems fine and the Superuser App is there. Although when I open it, under apps it says "No apps in list", is this normal? Should I test the SD slot with my spare 8GB card, or wait until I have a 16GB or 32GB card ready to install? I read it was a bit tricky to get them back out.

By the way, thanks Ricky. Invaluable tool & manual.

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