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    HTC Desire, HTC Hero
  1. Yeah, that's built into the ROM. Sim lock is completely separate.
  2. I don't know for certain but I think you need to fix your CID using the instructions here. Steps 1 and 2 are probably not necessary if you are already rooted. Step 3 flashes an update zip which repairs the misc partition, containing the CID (Customer ID?)
  3. Nice guide, handy if you're a system admin or tech support!
  4. So I tried the steps suggested but when running ./fastboot oem enableqxdm 0 the output is just '< waiting for device >' When I connect the USB cable it says 'FASTBOOT USB' rather than 'FASTBOOT' so the cable is working. On Ubuntu Linux it is necessary to follow the guide at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=537508 This involves adding this line to /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules SUBSYSTEM=="usb", SYSFS{idVendor}=="0bb4", MODE="0666" and restarting udev: sudo /etc/init.d/udev restart The guide is for 9.04 but works fine for 10.10 (and probably any version after 9) You can then issue the enableqxdm command to fix the SD card, and flash the update.zip. Hope this helps someone else.
  5. Thanks guys - I wanted to make sure this was the case before doing anything as obviously it's quite a delicate situation! I'll give it a shot tomorrow and let you know how I get on. Thanks again
  6. It was rooted with unrevoked about 6 months ago and the usb lead definitely works. I wonder if the device is 'USB bricked' but I'm slightly unsure how to proceed. I have flashed various ROMs and done several nandroid backups/restores of the past few months. It seems that the last Nandroid restore has corrupted something. Basically only the recovery works now, so I can't boot up the phone and use a terminal emulator.
  7. I have a rooted GSM HTC Desire with ClockworkMod recovery installed. Everything was working fine until I tried to restore a Nandroid backup (but forgot to wipe first). The device bootlooped (due to no wipe) and so I entered recovery and attempted to wipe. Now it says "E:Can't mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 (or /dev/block/mmcblk0) I can boot into the recovery, but can't mount /sdcard or access the sdcard in any way (Nandroid restore gives the same error) as the same error is given. I can't boot into a working rom, either. I can't charge the device, can't access the SD card, and adb devices says no devices are attached. adb shell in recovery says 'error: device not found' What have I done to my Desire and how can I fix it? Thanks Edit: The SD card itself is fine (works in another phone) and is partitioned with ext and fat as typical for A2SD.
  8. Wow, I wish I had a Vega to try this on! Can this be applied to other ARM tablets? Can you dual boot Ubuntu/Android?
  9. You shouldn't need to goldcard and go through all those steps - you can now use a 1-click root called Unrevoked. See http://unrevoked.com/ and this tutorial http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=788044
  10. What version of recovery did you install? The older ones did not support SLCD, the screen used in the newer phones.
  11. Very nice, slightly scared to run it though! I guess we'll see this in Unrevoked soon.
  12. Doesn't sound good but I don't know about fastboot so hopefully you can fix it. http://shipped-roms.com/shipped/Bravo/ has 3 different pb99imgs you might want to try.
  13. Can't find this one on the market on my Desire. Reading the reviews it probably wouldn't have worked anyway!
  14. http://twitter.com/AndiTails/status/25228841952 for the tweet
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