I think I done something wrong with my rooted htc one X. I wanted to sell it and didn't think of doing harm when I deleted all the files off the phone and factory reset it. Lost my backups and I can't even boot it now anymore.
Found this [URL] .... and I'm wondering if it would be alright to follow that guide and hopefully get the phone to boot again?
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?
Go to the market and download Panda Home, this will give you a nice stock android feel, and it makes the settings menu return to stock form Part of touchWiz is gone, looks like its not as tightly integrated as I thought
This will replace the stock battery indicator with a circular bar that includes percentage remaining. I flashed this on the DC 3.5 ROM and it works perfectly. Link: XDA - developers - View Single Post - [How-To] Battery % -> modified services.jar
So i installed nexbeast last night.... and I like the theme alot but i used petes script to delete the stock mms application. And the nexus theme has a shortcut on the bottom of the home screen that is linked to the stock mms app, I use handcent is there a way to replace that shortcut? There is an advanced shortcut menu in the configure menu that shows a shortcut saying application package. it reads com.android.mms I am hoping I can replace that with a handcent command but not sure what to do. Any ideas?
So I attempted to hack my droid to wifi tether but I ended up getting stuck at one step. I decided to give up so I want to restore my droid to factory settings, but when I rebooted my phone into recovery mode and factory reset, there is a superuser app in the app menu. I think it's factory restoring to a custom image. Is there a way to restore it the way I got it when I walked out of the Verizon store?
I messed up my Epic 4G by getting a little too excited about removing unwanted applications (without a backup), and now some of the features are broken. Is there a general site that offers stock ROM's or am I screwed?
Suppose I like another email app better than the one that is built in. How can I make it so the email icon on my home screen goes to that app instead of the factory email app? Or maybe there is a way to delete the factory icon and insert a new one in that area?
I want 2.2 but I removed some stock bloatware apps and my froyo OTAs always fail. Can I get the stock bloat apps back by simply doing a revert to factory settings?
I'm worried that a factory reset won't revert them because I theoretically shouldn't have been able to ever remove "system" apps in the first place. I'd like to hope/think that the developers would have this feature as part of a reset but who knows.
So can I factory reset to go to stock after I installed bootstrapper and removed bloat after rooting? The issue is that the wall charger is not working while the usb charging works. I think it may have something to do with something I removed.
My company has recently received some new android hardware and has requested that I create a custom operating system for the device. The manufacturer has agreed to provide us with the existing android source, but I have a few questions to get started:
On the following link: [URL] .......
It states that I need to add lines similar to the below to my "51-android.rules" file:"
How do I determine the correct information to use for this process? Should I collect this information with the device connected to a windows PC?
Once connected, I would like to scrap their existing operating system and begin from AOSP source, what information from their original source should I retain (Kernel, bootloader, etc), and what information would I be required to remove to bring in AOSP?
But most seem to be specifying nexus devices, or devices which already have a strong developer backing, neither of which apply to this hardware.