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[TUT] Leaked JellyBean and Unlocked bootloader


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I have the official JB (EMEA_FR) installed.

If I flash the leak to get the unlocked bootloader and then flash the official JB rom, will it overwrite the booloader with the locked one?

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I have the official JB (EMEA_FR) installed.

If I flash the leak to get the unlocked bootloader and then flash the official JB rom, will it overwrite the booloader with the locked one?

Bootloader still be unlocked but fastboot flash command will no more working, so to flash custom kernel you must use an update.zip via CWM

Of course it's better to update at last JB rom becouse baseband is newer ;)

Edited by davidevinavil
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Bootloader still be unlocked but fastboot flash command will no more working, so to flash custom kernel you must use an update.zip via CWM

Of course it's better to update at last JB rom becouse baseband is newer ;)

Done.

Installed the leak and unlocked bootloader.

Since the fastboot flash will not work after I upgrade back to the official JB, I have to flash the recovery (CWM) before the upgrade, but then comes another question:

Do Acer official updates install with the CWM recovery? Or only with the original recovery?

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hi i got a question

in the official JB os files and these i cant find any bin file o.O

The EXE self-extracts the necessary files to a temporary folder and launches a different version of the firmware loader.

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The EXE self-exteacts the necessary files to a temporary folder and launches a different version of the firmware loader.

but when i open the exe eu_setup

it says failed after some time

and with the adt tool

it says no bin1.path not found

and when i extract the exe of the fw also no bin file found :/

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Mine also failed to flash the phone on the end because I was using Windows XP in VirtualBox, running on Linux and using the USB passtrough to connect to the phone.

Seems like VirtualBox has some problems with reliable USB passtrough.

I had to install and boot windows natively to flash the phone.

A phone that runs Linux needs a copy of Windows to install the updates. :blink:

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Mine also failed to flash the phone on the end because I was using Windows XP in VirtualBox, running on Linux and using the USB passtrough to connect to the phone.

Seems like VirtualBox has some problems with reliable USB passtrough.

I had to install and boot windows natively to flash the phone.

A phone that runs Linux needs a copy of Windows to install the updates. :blink:

but still i use official Windows on my HP pc

windows 8

i only run linux in vmware

but still with windows it didnt worked :/

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I have error in Leaked JellyBean

Error Log:

BaseFastboot start

Flash Process Beginning

[OutputMsg_Devices] 1d7d28f3 fastboot

[OutputMsg_Devices] Device_ID [1d7d28f3]

[Ft_Command_Devices] Exit code is [0]

flash aboot "C:\Users\ex24337\Desktop\Acer_AV051_S500_RV14RB02_WW_GEN1\ExtractBinFolder\emmc_appsboot.mbn"

[Ft_Command] : [info] : Args : flash aboot "C:\Users\ex24337\Desktop\Acer_AV051_S500_RV14RB02_WW_GEN1\ExtractBinFolder\emmc_appsboot.mbn"

[ErrorMsg] sending 'aboot' (287 KB)...

[ErrorMsg] OKAY [ 0.024s]

[ErrorMsg] writing 'aboot'...

[ErrorMsg] FAILED (remote: Due to device is fused, non-merged file is not supported)

[ErrorMsg] finished. total time: 0.028s

[Ft_Command] Exit code is [0]

[Clean_Fastboot_Data] Delete fastboot.exe

[Clean_Fastboot_Data] Delete AdbWinApi.dll

Can any help-me ?

My device CPU type: 8260a-3.

C:\Android>fastboot -i 0x0502 oem device-infos

...

(bootloader) Device tampered: true

(bootloader) Device unlocked: false

(bootloader) Device CPU type is 8260a-3

OKAY [ 0.004s]

finished. total time: 0.005s

Edited by RulezzPT
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