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Amphoras

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  1. Something is wrong with the site, will try and work out what it is and fix it.
  2. Custom roms like CM9 don't have that option, its only available in stock roms (or ones based on stock roms).
  3. If you make a custom TPT, those two files are changed, so the md5sums for them will no longer match. If it says it finished building the TPT without giving any errors then it should be ok.
  4. Sorry for the delay, all the TPTs for the ZTE Skate that are included in the app have CWM as recovery.
  5. The Windows flashing will have unlocked it, its basically the same method used to unlock the ZTE Skate and others.
  6. Try using a Gen 1 to Gen 2 type TPT, and see if that works instead.
  7. Yeah I suppose maybe it should be. A European Blade sounds more natural than an European Blade to me though. v1.3 is an old version which had a bug in it. The latest version should give the correct result.
  8. It should work on ICS yes. Is the image folder on the root of your sdcard, and are all the files in it ok?
  9. You need to flash a rom from recovery. TPTs wipe your data and current rom.
  10. According to the article that's been on the front page for the last few days, no. http://www.modaco.com/page/news/_/android/are-zte-shipping-some-android-devices-with-a-ro-r490
  11. There isn't one that will work on Gen 3 without you having to change things in it first. You could always convert to Gen 2 and then you can use any of the current roms. You would need to use a stock Gen 2 TPT to do this.
  12. Are you sure your system partition is 162MB? 162MB is the size of the data partition on stock Gen 2 phones, so maybe you mixed them up. That would explain why it works fine for you as well, as your system partition will be big enough if that is the case.
  13. Is the middle hard button not the menu button?
  14. Mr Pigfish just tells you if its Gen 1 or Gen 2, it doesn't tell you which type it is. You should use the Gen 1 to Gen 2 TPTs.
  15. You can convert to Gen 2 and install the rom directly using the TPT method in the Swedish Snow thread. If you want to be able to install ICS roms later, then you might want to use a different TPT to convert to Gen 2 and then flash Swedish Snow via recovery as the Swedish Snow TPT will not give you a big enough system partition for ICS. The Gen 1 to Gen 2 TPTs which are used on TPT upgraded Gen 2 phones are Gen 1 style TPTs. You should pick the TPT upgraded Gen 2 option (although it actually doesn't matter as its just setting the type of TPT to use and its the same for both those options). It should be clearer in the next release. It might take a few minutes to unzip, but if its taking longer than 5/10 mins, then that seems a bit strange. The files it needs are saved to your sdcard, so if there are already there it doesn't download them again. You could try deleting the TPT Helper folder from your sdcard to download it again in case something has been corrupted. If you try and flash a stock Gen 2 TPT and your phone isn't that type, it should just not start. Its unlikely that it could brick it, but if you don't have that type of phone then there's no reason to try in case something does happen.
  16. If you're trying to install ICS, they should already have enough space on the system partition.
  17. Has anything been changed today? I'm no longer seeing the * that you can click to go to the first unread post. Threads with new posts have a bold title, but I can't go directly to the latest posts any more. Its happening on Chrome and Firefox.
  18. You could try getting a logcat. Do you have adb set up?
  19. Sounds like its either the phone or some app that's causing the problem. Try going back into ClockworkMod recovery and doing the factory reset option again. That should remove all the apps and data. Try it for a bit just as it is, and see if it still crashes. If it doesn't, try installing some of the apps from the market (don't restore with Titanium) and see if its still ok. If it starts crashing again, its one of your apps causing the problem. When you restored the apps/data with Titanium, did you restore system apps/data as well? This can cause problems if you do. If it crashes even on a completely clean install, then it seems like its a problem with your phone.
  20. I think its the calc md5sum option you need to choose.
  21. Its got a custom rom installed just now, which is good as it will make fixing it easier. Swedish Snow RLS4 had some bugs in it, and there was a 4b released quite soon after, so this might be the problem. You could try updating to the latest version which is RLS7. If your wife wants to keep her apps, data (like saved game scores, app settings, etc.), and text messages, you'll need to back these things up first. All her contacts can be backed up to her Google account, so make sure that is set to sync them (in the Settings menu there is one about Accounts, choose that, click her Google account and make sure the boxes are ticked for things you want to sync). For text messages, you can use an app like SMS Backup+ which will save them all and can restore them after updating to the new version. For apps and their data, you can use the Titanium Backup app from the market. This will save them all to the sdcard, and can restore them afterwards. Once you have backed up everything you want to keep, go to the Swedish Snow thread, and download version 7. You want the Swedish-Snow-RLS7.zip one. Once you have downloaded it, use an md5sum checker (you can find ones for Windows on Google, or you can use AFV from the market and check it on the phone) and check the md5sum matches the one listed in the thread. If it does, copy the zip on to your sdcard. You are now ready to update it. Make sure your battery is charged up, and turn your phone off. Hold the volume- button, and press the power button. Keep holding the volume- button, and you should see the green Android and then it should boot into ClockworkMod Recovery. Once you are here, you're going to wipe the phone and then flash the new version. Use the volume keys to navigate up and down, home to select an option, and back to go back. If you want to, you can make a full backup of the current install first. To do this, choose the "backup and restore" option and then "backup". Now you need to use the "wipe date/factory reset" and "wipe cache" options on the first screen. Then go to "Mounts and Storage", and choose "format /system". Go back to the first screen, and choose the "install zip from sdcard" option, then the "choose zip from sdcard" option on the next screen. You'll now see a list of all the files on your sdcard. Navigate to the Swedish-Snow-RLS7.zip and choose that. Wait while it installs it, and once its done, go back to the first screen and choose "reboot system now". Your phone should reboot into the new version. It might take a bit longer than usual, but that's normal. Once it loads up, you can restore the stuff you backed up. Signing into the Google account should sync the contacts back, and you can use the same apps that backed up the other stuff to restore it again.
  22. Using a ZTE Blade just now, but looking at the Galaxy S3 when it comes out!
  23. Download the latest one from the CM7 thread.
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