Porting roms from and to devices of different manufacturers,resolution(mdpi,hdpi etc.) etc.I am familiar with the zip method of porting roms from same manufacturer(sony in my case,xperia U to Sola)but i want to know about porting roms from others like htc,samsung etc and Tools/apps needed to accomplish this.Most of the tutorials i found on XDA are based on the same method of zip porting.
In Vietnam there is Q-Smart S20 but still no flash tool to backup rom You do have the tools to flash rom for your child is not in urgent need to reverse the bit Q-Smart S20 uses Qualcomm S4 chip MSM8225 Adreno 203
i just bought an HTC One Mini on eBay. The smartphone seem to be of Orange.uk (i saw this info using cpu-z app) and does not contain all languages (for example italian, and since i'm italian this isn't a good news).
I'm using this smartphone with a SIM of course not of Orange so i think that is unlocked.
But i want to flash a "classic" Stock of HTC One Mini European, not this. The actual ROM also is "locked" to Android 4.3 and if i check updates he don't find nothing. So how can i flash a stock european rom? And where i can find it?
I've just found the Stock european here (or is somethings else?) htcdev.com/devcenter/downloads/ but now how i can flash it?
I tried to flash CWM Recovery but when the 'confirm your device' menu popped up, my phone wasn't there so i just selected the first one on the list. Now when i try to reboot into recovery, nothing happens. It just boots up normally. how to either flash stock recovery or a custom recovery that will work?
The other day when I went to install a font on my phone, I tried the Arial font and it had me restart. When It rebooted, it wouldn't load pass the Motorola boot logo. I rebooted into recovery and tried wiping/formatting my phone and it would still get stuck at the boot logo. I tried putting the stock rom onto my microSD card and installing via the recovery menu but it rebooted and the recovery menu went blue with lesser options. And will Virgin Mobile send me a new one since it is rooted?(I was going to send it back due to the loose charge connection.)
I have a Galaxy SII SGH-I727 and my computer does not recognize my phone as a USB device. I've already tried several other cables and computers. Odin is unfortunately not an option for me. I am trying to unroot my phone (I understand that flashing to a stock ROM unroots it...I hope) so that I can send it in since rooting it voids the warranty.
i edited my build.prop now my Samsung galaxy player 5.0 or Samsung galaxy S WiFi 5.0 won't boot. Firstly, i did some searching and i want to know if this is the right stock ROM [URL].... I downloaded the USA one,Is that the right stock Rom? How do i flash the stock ROM with Odin? Will flashing a stock ROM fix my problem?
Today itself i downloaded and tried to flash my S DUOS 2 with stock ROM on Odin v1.85. Though it started and was in initial stage( Flashing boot file), i mistakenly DISCONNECTED the device. Now it's not turning ON !!!!
Device : Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2 S7582 Firmware : S7582XXUAMK3 ODDAMK1 Odin - v1.85 Mistake - Disconnected the device while it was downloading the firmware. Device Status : Not Switching ON ! , Nothing happens when power key/+ any key is pressed
I just bought a Samsung Nexus $G LTE phone for Verizon. Previous owner installed a custom cyanogenmod kernel. I don't care for this kernel or setup, how do I install the stock factory Verizon image? Is there an easy way to do it without bricking the phone?
I've read a lot of topics in online and also saw a lot of video tutorial to Flash my Galaxy Y's stock ROM with odin.In Odin,I've selected every file but whenever I click 'Start' button,it shows me this message in message box.
I own a galaxy music s6010L and I want to flash stock firmware UBALK1 but I don't know with odin version should I use... I saw there is an specific version for every Samsung device but I couldn't find the right one for mine...
Last week, I flashed my LG Nexus 4 (16GB) phone with stock Android 4.4 (Official Image), before that I was on CyanogenMod 10.1.3 Stable.
Now, for some reason I didn't like the stock 4.4 and tried to Flash back my CyanogenMod 10.1.3 from CWM "Install ZIP" but the problem I'm facing is that it CyanogenMod doesn't boot, hangs on "Spiral Splash Screen". Then I tried Flashing CM 10.0 stable, still loops into boot forever and at times boots (after 15-20 minutes of booting on spiral splash screen) and doesn't recognise SIM card, Camera, Storage, WIFI or anything.
Then after getting fed up with this I tried flashing MIUI V5. This also takes a 15-20 to boot and fails to recognise - SIM, WiFi, Camera etc.
So lastly like a loser I flashed back my Android 4.4 it works fine.
I've my boot-loader in unlocked state.
and Yes before flashing CM or MIUI, I did - wipe data/factory, wipe cache, wipe dalvik cache from CWM Recovery.
So I want to get back into CyanogenMod 10.1 stable.