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Old July 1st, 2010, 07:06 PM   #1
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Default [ROM] Froyo FRF91 Stock with optional root

I am not responsible of any problem you may face using those files. You must know what you are doing when using those files, if you don't, don't use them.

Froyo release FRF91



Update using official patch file
You must be runnning the stock FRF85B release with stock recovery. Copy that file to the root of your sdcard, rename to update.zip, launch recovery (power on with volume down held), press power and volume up when the warning triangle icon appears then select 'apply update.zip'.

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Update.zip to flash with custom recovery

This is the totally stock FRF91 repacked as update.zip. The radio hasn't changed since FRF50, so if you are using it, you can keep it and install the noradio version.

Download:
- without radio image: multiupload (md5sum: 041b1e21433e636340ca6b56f141a315)

Root

To root FRF91, just flash this update.zip (contains busybox, superuser.apk, su, unsecured boot.img) (md5sum: c6c27598c210576792d6d56738a2edde)

Addons pack

Just flash this update.zip (md5sum: 7cf8074d3685681728043f367e6b35fd) contains :
- cyanogenmod 6.0 kernel (2.6.34 overclockable to 1113mhz using setcpu)
- dev tools in xbin
- hudge apn list

The three updates can be flashed at the same time (I mean without rebooting between the flashes), just flash it in this order: base system, root then addons and reboot
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Old July 1st, 2010, 09:20 PM   #2
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I uploaded all 3 files in one zip file to Rapidshare and enable free traffic for all. No more wait times, have fun!
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Old July 2nd, 2010, 03:33 AM   #3
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Default Installation aborted

I'm getting this error:
Code:
Writing BOOT:...
E:No space left on device
E:Error writing BOOT:
E:Failure at line 72:
write_raw_image PACKAGE:boot.img BOOT:

Installation aborted.
Any reason why this should be? I'm using Amon_RA's 1.7.0 to flash this, btw.
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I'm getting this error:
Code:
Writing BOOT:...
E:No space left on device
E:Error writing BOOT:
E:Failure at line 72:
write_raw_image PACKAGE:boot.img BOOT:

Installation aborted.
Any reason why this should be? I'm using Amon_RA's 1.7.0 to flash this, btw.
Can't help u there. I have never seen such an error. Try redownloading, check md5sum and reflash.
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Can't help u there. I have never seen such an error. Try redownloading, check md5sum and reflash.
Same error for me.
md5sum the same
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Old July 2nd, 2010, 08:48 AM   #6
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ok, just registered and new with android things.
Just bought N1 rooted with FRF50 and amon ra recovery.
Is it possible to flash FRF91 directly from 50 ?
thanks...
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Default apn...

I only have one apn Epc.T-Mobile.something. I see your description says huge list. Did I do something wrong? Flashed from enomther down to erd79, than frf50, to frf83, frf85b and now this one. Still only 1 apn since leaving enomther.
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just great!! thank's... with frf91 my flash more stable!!!
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Hi,I allready have the FRF91 update form OTA,so I flashed the root file,with no luck it gives me "signature verification faild" .
Nexus one with stock FRF91,any help?
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I'm a newbie, so please forgive my ignorance...

I have FRF85B rooted, with locked boot loader.
I'm trying to get back to FRF91, but without losing my root access.

I have a question regarding your statement: Update.zip to flash with custom recovery

Does this mean:
A - use this update.zip to flash on a phone that already has a custom recovery, or
B - use this update.zip to flash to phone to end up with a custom recovery?

As I understand, I need a custom recovery to flash the FRF91 root?

Basically, if I flash the FRF91 w/o radio, will I loose my root access?

Thanks for your help!
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