I am unable to find any tar / md5 files of the stock rom for VM & Sprint Intercept. Yes, I am looking for both carries of that phone. The reason I need the tar file of the stock rom is because the sprint phone can't flash anymore roms through the customer recovery [InXane CM01] and the Virgin Mobile phone is stuck at the black screen [SemiBrick / SoftBrick].
I have tried google searches, but most return me to dead links or that damn mirror website multiupload, SDX forums' search is down? & google's search can't connect to the webpages on sdx forums, I have tried with three different browsers on SDX forums, and google file search doesn't return anything. Any links containing the desired tar/md5 files.I need to find tar files of the following.
The only thing I can find that is worth while is the link below. I was able to download the tar files, BUT I am unable to connect to the original SDX Forum webpages. This is troubling, because I don't know what the status of the tar files are and if they are stable or working or if they will cause more troubles.
However through some google searches, I found this. The tar file is Android 2.1 Eclaire [FD27] for Sprint phones.
Returning to stock with SWUpgrade in a tar format. [Link here] NOTE: I did not install the update, Android 2.2 Froyo, because the link is dead. However installing custom ROMs from this point does NOT require it. Confirmed this on Stock on Crack 1.1.2. OR SDX Forums > Samsung Intercept > Intercept - Android 2.2 > Intercept - Development 2.2 > [ROM] [EC07] [DL05] [FB01] StockROM on Crack 1.1.2 (9.0+ MFLOPS!)
I believe the VM Intercept stockROMs works as well. When testing it on the phone, it was able to fix the soft-brick. However, I believe my phone's LCD screen is broken. I can hear all the setup sounds and feel the vibrates from the phone and even click on random menu options, but I can only see a black screen with a soft backligh to it. Sometimes the screen turns white, but nothing else appears on it. Bad LCD screen right?
I had a Samsung Nexus S which started to have this strange Android OS battery drain some weeks before the OTA ICS came in. I read thousands of forum posts to try tons of stuff to solve the problem without any success.
I then decided three weeks ago that it's obviously time to get a new phone so that I bought the Galaxy SIII (int). Strangely I still have great problems with my battery life which brought me here to ask some pros now.
Phone: Samsung Galaxy SIII (int) ROM: StockROM (4.1.1) and CM10 Nightly Carrier: German E-Plus
What is the most noticeable about the battery drain is, that it appears in standby (over night) in both ROMs, Stock and CM10 likewise with some minor differences. In 10h standby (Wifi on, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC all off, only few widgets, AquaMail on push) battery goes down from 100% to 70%.
After all, I tested both ROMs in the same situation over night and the bettery drain is pretty comparable (see the screenshots).
What I already tried (in both ROMs):
- disable all Google Maps autostarts and disable all location services
- disable apps like Gtalk, G+ etc.
- uninstall AquaMail
without any effect on the standby battery drain...
how to find permissions a given application has. Each app is run as a certain user, so wouldn't finding the file permissions of an app be the same as finding the file permissions of a user? On Linux/Unix there is the find command but I don't know of any alternative command that is available on android. I am running KitKat 4.4.2 kernal 3.40-gadb2201.
i am new to android phones ROM updating . in forums for update ROM on android phone tutorials have two methods
1 . update by SD card
2. odin multi downloader
what are two these methods and both are same or different approach.?? and which is the safest way to update ROM? also can we downgrade android firnware with out problem?? and how to find the latest version by file name on android, what is the different between stock ROM and custom ROM?/??
how to enable file manager (or any step) such as root explorer to view hidden files from external sd card? I set the enable view hidden file and able to view hidden files from internal storage, however I am unable to view hidden files from external sd card. I have moved some programs to external sd.
A few days ago i flash my phone and brick it, but before i make a backup with droid tools, when i restore my phone with sp flashtools my baseband is missing and no radio... no service signal.cant writte imei cuz radio is missing...
How can i flash baseband and where can i find it...
I download some roms but no works flashing secro.img or nodl.secro... is something i can do to recover my signal and my baseband.
I try with sn writte, with mtk droid, with cmd replacing MB001... and no works if i dont have baseband obviously..
2 days try it tp unbrick the phone, now its unbricked but no signal...where can i find the baseband and whats the name of the file.
I've searched to no prevail. id like to start developing apps but am having issues getting the environment set up. I have the jdk properly installed.
issue 1 (main major ):
I've installed the android sdk from multiple sources, but when i try to start sdk tools, the command prompt flashes/ opens briefly and i get this message:
"Failed to execute toolsandroid.bat: The system cannot find the file specified."
Do i need to change a PATH variable or something...
I cannot get eclipse to run. when i try to open the exe file ( because there is no short cut icon...?) it gives a message about not finding a companion library... ive try to change the properties in the file that is supposed to fix it, but it was already set the way its supposed to be. this is not major as i can use a different IDE.
so im completely lost as to th sdk tool. I just tried adding the file path to the android sdk ( PATH variable) and it still did not work... I also just tried start the android,bat file and the cmd promt flashes briefly saying somthing about xcopy is not an operable command...etc couldn't read all of it... I am on windows 7 home premium
How to find list of SYSTEM LOCALES (language list that we see in settings) from ROM file system image/file tree (assuming that /system can be mounted as folder)? Which files/folders have this information?
I received a Text message sent from an E-Mail and I was wondering if it was possible to find the individual file on the filesystem holding the metadata for the E-Mail.
If so, would I have to root the phone? And where would that file be located?
I'm a techie, so no need to warn me that I could hurt my phone or files - I'm only looking to READ, not WRITE, and I'd be making a copy of that file beforehand anyways and porting it to a PC in order to check it with whatever program is necessary to decrypt (Probably only need a hex editor.)
Actually I am developing one application in that when application run first time it will create one txt file and save IMSI number in that file. when mobile boot it will matches it's current IMSI number with IMSI number present in the txt file. But I don't know how to check that file is exist or not.
My plan is to prepopulate a database on a virtual device and then include database in the distribution of my app.However, I can't find the database file.Is it on my hard disk some where?How do I get it?I tried connecting using adb, I did an "ls" and then got really scared by this obscure list of directories.
I have written a test case to implement a conference contact management system with Content Provider and SQLite. The launch activity is a Listactivity and the customized provider is extended from ContentProvider, u know, actually the sample is so similar to the Notepad Sample in the official SDK packages. However, i can't find the created .db file in the /data/data/myapp/ except the /lib directory. Why?
I'm going to debrand and update to 2.1 but before I do that I want to save my current 1.6 branded version so I can rebrand in case I need it. I can't seem to find any posts that tell me where it is or how to get to it or is it even possible to rebrand and install my vodaphone 1.6 back on it?
I'm trying to dynamically load a jar file, then load the classes inside the jar. The code is simple but I keep getting ClassNotFind exception. The class is in the jar. How can I figure out what is wrong? code...
I am using ZipInputStream and BufferedOutputStream to decompress a file from a zip archive in Android 1.6. The code runs without exceptions, but when I check the existance of the file, I can't find it. I am just looking for the filename. Is there an application directory that stores this file? Do I need to specify a directory?
The side bar in eclipse shows a red cross on the title of my project folder but there are no such signs in the directories below it in hierarchy. In which particular file does error exist? How can I know that
I'm using JB 1.4.2 on Razr i. There's one thing that's annoying me a lot. I've installed the SNES Emulator SuperGNES and I've found that every single file type that have no app associated is showing SuperGNES icon and associated with it. Example: .log, .db, etc. Even files that have no extension is associated with it. The same problem occur when ZArchiver is installed. I don't know if it's a bug of these two apps or Android's in general. Remembering that this associations are shown only inside Android's native file manager. It's like every "unknown MIME type file" act like being the same.