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[ICS] [CM9] [4.0.4] CyanogenMod 9 for the ZTE Crescent [ROM] [Last updated: 13/07]

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how do i download the R4A build? wtf is google drive? and how i download the new build?

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how do i download the R4A build? wtf is google drive? and how i download the new build?

You click those download links like every other build. ;)

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On the TPT's, how do I install it? I couldn't do it via CWM because it said 'Installation Aborted' and on the settings I can no longer find Update Via SD :/

-Ninjeh.

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On the TPT's, how do I install it? I couldn't do it via CWM because it said 'Installation Aborted' and on the settings I can no longer find Update Via SD :/

-Ninjeh.

You put the TPT at image/image.bin on your SD card and reboot the phone holding vol+ and menu, I think...

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You put the TPT at image/image.bin on your SD card and reboot the phone holding vol+ and menu, I think...

Image? So a folder called image? I formatted it so there's no folders right now.

-Ninjeh.

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Image? So a folder called image? I formatted it so there's no folders right now.

-Ninjeh.

Yeah, a file called image.bin in a folder called image.

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I extracted the folder and file from the .zip and held Power and Vol+ and it just booted into ICS like normal.

-Ninjeh.

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I extracted the folder and file from the .zip and held Power and Vol+ and it just booted into ICS like normal.

-Ninjeh.

vol+ and menu.

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its actually vol+ and home, amphoras said menu because he made it for the blade which had menu in the middle, so try vol+ and home until the text comes up on the screen, then when it reboots a second or 2 later, hold vol- until it boots into CWM 5

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its actually vol+ and home, amphoras said menu because he made it for the blade which had menu in the middle, so try vol+ and home until the text comes up on the screen, then when it reboots a second or 2 later, hold vol- until it boots into CWM 5

I have no idea what it is. Never used a TPT.

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its actually vol+ and home, amphoras said menu because he made it for the blade which had menu in the middle, so try vol+ and home until the text comes up on the screen, then when it reboots a second or 2 later, hold vol- until it boots into CWM 5

Guessing I'm gonna need the home button fix installed first?

-Ninjeh.

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Oh woops :P From power off?

-Ninjeh.

Yes, and apparently it's vol+ and home as just discovered.

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Guessing I'm gonna need the home button fix installed first?

-Ninjeh.

No, as this is outside of the OS.

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No, as this is outside of the OS.

Nothing happens when power is off and I press either of the 2 conbinations. It doesn't work even if I press just after I press the power button :/

-Ninjeh.

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Nothing happens when power is off and I press either of the 2 conbinations. It doesn't work even if I press just after I press the power button :/

-Ninjeh.

Well, that's the combination that works for people. I can't say a lot more as I haven't TPT'd myself.

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Fastbooting is not working either :/

Following this method I get this from the command prompt:

'fastboot' is not recognized as an internal or external command,

operable program or batch file.

-Ninjeh.

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Fastbooting is not working either :/

Following this method I get this from the command prompt:

'fastboot' is not recognized as an internal or external command,

operable program or batch file.

-Ninjeh.

ADB is configured incorrectly then, or not installed at all.

Edited by Dazzozo

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ADB is configured incorrectly then, or not installed at all.

It is installed and works fine with all other adb commands, but is there something special I need to download?

-Ninjeh.

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It is installed and works fine with all other adb commands, but is there something special I need to download?

-Ninjeh.

If it's installed, fastboot will be in the same directory as adb and therefore will be found. You need platform tools in the SDK.

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TPT Instructions:

After downloading, check the md5sum.

Unzip the file to the root of your sdcard. You should end up with a folder called "image" on the root of your sdcard with a image.bin file and a nandroid.md5 file inside it.

Check the md5sum of the image.bin file matches the one written in the nandroid.md5 file.

Turn your phone off and take the battery out.

Put the battery back in and power on holding the vol+ and menu buttons (probably, if this doesn't work then you can use the system update option from the settings menu in your rom).

You should see green text appear on the screen, then once its finished you should boot into Clockwork recovery.

Flash your chosen rom and reboot

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It's a while since I used this but it worked fine - my recollection is that I used Power on & vol+ ..........

Edited by Titas

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I have platform tools, and when I look in C:\Program Files\AndroidSDK\platform-tools\ there is fastboot.exe :/

-Ninjeh.

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