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27/May r3.1 - MoDaCo Custom ROM for HTC Desire with Online Kitchen (2.1 / Eclair)

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Thanks zw4mp :rolleyes: it worked !!!!!!

at the shell command i typed exit and then

adb remount

adb shell rm /system/app/com.wsandroid.apk

now that bugger wavesecure is gone :(

Many thanks to andrew and daveba too :D

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this is the error i get when i follow daveba's commands :rolleyes:

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what am i doing wrong?

Strange, you never typed the commands exactly as i specified. You missed 'mount /system' before the 'rm' command and you chnaged my 'reboot' to 'remount'. ?!?

At least someone else helped while i was having lunch ;-)

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I apologise for the noob question. But I have a Telstra HTC Desire. Will this custom ROM work for me and my version of the Desire?

Thanking you in advance.

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they should work, just follow the info provided in the first post, once rooted then customise the handset to your desire

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Has Paul commented on this missing Quickoffice from R3 at all?

Y2J

Yeah - I baked it myself (R3) and... no office at all... is it a known bug? [x] Quick Office checkbox was checked of course...

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Yeah - I baked it myself (R3) and... no office at all... is it a known bug? [x] Quick Office checkbox was checked of course...

Seems to be so, there are some users with the same problem - missing QuickOffice

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Hi, I didn't read all the 61 pages. Is there a possibillity to enter the "apply update zip"-mode without using a pc?

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Seems to be so, there are some users with the same problem - missing QuickOffice

I suppose you included A2SD+ as well?

I suspect there is a problem with the script running the first time when copying the .apks from /data.

The .apks are indeed in the ROMs you bake (just open it up using any archiver), just somehow they aren't getting properly installed into /data/app.

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I suppose you included A2SD+ as well?

Yep

I suspect there is a problem with the script running the first time when copying the .apks from /data.

I think so too.

The .apks are indeed in the ROMs you bake (just open it up using any archiver), just somehow they aren't getting properly installed into /data/app.

I´ve seen them and tried to install them separatly - doesn´t work.

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I can't bake my Desired ROM....

Is there limitation or the kitchen is under maintenance?

Cheers,

W.

I'm too...

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Yeah I just noticed there's no QuickOffice. Not sure if this was discussed but I also selected the Nexus One boot animation but I still get the HTC boot animation. Not an issue at all but just noting.

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Yeah I just noticed there's no QuickOffice. Not sure if this was discussed but I also selected the Nexus One boot animation but I still get the HTC boot animation. Not an issue at all but just noting.

Yep a few of us have had this too - and the notes widget not working... it's all discussed back there somewhere in the depths of this thread!

-Andrew.

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Yep a few of us have had this too - and the notes widget not working... it's all discussed back there somewhere in the depths of this thread!

-Andrew.

Yep not working on the r3 for me too :D I like note widget i'm verry sad... But i know Paul fix that :rolleyes:

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someone who has already tested well the Rom r3,how long is the battery autonomy?

I am currently running r3 with ucov v7 kernel running at stock speeds, drained ~13% to 87% in about 6 hours which seems pretty good. Didnt use the phone that much, but still, its pretty good :rolleyes:

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someone who has already tested well the Rom r3,how long is the battery autonomy?

i get about 4-6 hours out of my battery.

HOWEVER

I have it net connected constantly with vpn to my server keeping my sip session active.

I also use wireless tethering alot.

I keep 4 spare batteries and a battery pack on the side.

I am not a good example of how to be nice to your battery.

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Just a noob question. I recently moved from iPhone to Desire, best move I ever made.

I have rooted my phone successfully and and am running MCR R3 with A2SD+ no problems at all. I have never flashed a radio update (that I am aware of) and it sounds like scary business.

Should I have? And if so, why? What does it do? (My phone seems to be working 100% fine, even have FM radio still working...)

thanks in advance...

Andy

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someone who has already tested well the Rom r3,how long is the battery autonomy?

It strongly depends on what you do with your Desire: just surfing the WEB via EDGE for an hour will drain more than 50% of the juice, giving that such an activity implies heavy use of the touchscreen and CPU (zooming, panning, etc.).

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I have problem with r3, once i flash the r3 rom and reboot.

Although nexus boot animation is not on, I got a force close after the HTC wizard. its the com.htc.wizard thing

Any fix?

Thanks

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I try r2+A2SD everything are OK. then r3 release I also update on my device by use r3+A2SD.

Before I flash r3, I already did full wipe include wipe ext:SD.

After flash r3, why still have old application that install in previous rom ? I also did reset to factory but it still there.

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I am currently running r3 with ucov v7 kernel running at stock speeds, drained ~13% to 87% in about 6 hours which seems pretty good. Didnt use the phone that much, but still, its pretty good :rolleyes:

My situation is similar but my battery is fastest to drain...Now i'm going to try the new Ucov V11 kernel...

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