HTC Hero : Rooting - Customs - Apps - Radio Update

Sep 10, 2009

I have seen the rooting video by theunlockr and it seems easy enough. And I can follow instructions so installing the ROM should not be an issue.

What/where is the radio update and how do I install it?

If I backup my apps with MyBackupPro, will they be able to receive updates once reinstalled using MyBackupPro?

Is there any word on an official update? Would I receive it direct from HTC or need to wait for an Orange allowed one?

HTC Hero : Rooting - Customs - Apps - radio update


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HTC Hero :: Possible To Change Customs Icons Without Rooting?

Feb 18, 2010

I've had a search can't find exactly what I need. Basically just want to know if its possible to change the standard icons on my hero (which i think it is), but without rooting of course?

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Aug 22, 2010

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Jun 18, 2010

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Sep 12, 2009

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May 20, 2010

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Aug 9, 2010

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Sprint HTC Hero :: New Radio Baseband Update - 2.42.02.10.29.

Nov 25, 2010

The newest Sprint HTC Hero maintenance update from 11/19/10 also added a new radio baseband update. The version number is 2.42.02.10.29.

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Jun 8, 2010

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HTC Hero :: How To Update Recovery Image / Radio?

Jun 15, 2010

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Dec 13, 2009

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Jan 24, 2010

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Sprint HTC Hero :: Able To Update Phone To Latest OTA After Rooting?

Jan 4, 2010

I have rooted my phone just to delete some of the sprint crap apps. Now my question is since I did not flash a custom ROM on to my device will I be able to update the phone when Sprint releases the OTA Update or will I have to use the RUU_Hero_C_Sprint_1.56.651.2_signed_release.exe to put my phone back to factory stock. (Also can I just do a hard reset to accomplish the same thing).

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HTC Hero :: Firmware Update Without Rooting - Hangs On Screen

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just updated my Htc hero (GSM) firmware 1.5 to 2.1 through the system settings>update without Rooting it ;( Now it wont go ahead of boot screen, just hangs on the hero screen

1) Tried removing battery/sdcard didn work
2) Recovery mode - It is showing me a Hero with a triangle having " ! " mark
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Sprint HTC Hero : Stock Apps And Rooting

Dec 30, 2009

I know you can remove those bogus stock apps by rooting the hero but I have a slightly different question that I couldn't find in other threads. I am interested in rooting my hero just to remove the bloatware and then unroot the phone back to its original ROM. I am not a huge fan of tinkering with my electronics because it voids warranties, possibly bricks devices, and causes trouble with firmware updates, but it really ticks me off that sprint forces these apps on us and then makes them impossible to uninstall. Imagine getting a new PC and not being able to remove crap like wild tangent and the 20 free trials for programs you don't want or need. I know this isn't news to anyone here, but every time I see that Nascar app I get irritated. Seriously sprint? Nascar? Anyway, my questions are 1.) is root/unroot possible to remove bloat and return to original state 2.) has anyone had success uninstalling pieces of the bloat without rooting? I don't want to uninstall anything integral to the phone like the stock messages app, but Nascar has gots to go!

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HTC Hero :: Access Payable Apps In Market - Rooting?

Aug 24, 2009

1: How do I access payable apps in marketplace, offcourse by paying, but so far I can only see the free ones.?

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Dec 29, 2009

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Sprint HTC Hero :: Storage - Save Apps To SD Card On 2.1 Or Without Rooting

Apr 19, 2010

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Oct 7, 2009

Can you move your apps to a memory card without rooting the phone?

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Aug 20, 2010

I rooted my phone for the first time yesterday. I have not yet flashed any ROM's, all I have done so far is remove some of the stock apps. I have lost my data connection a couple times today, usually a reboot will solve it, however it hasn't on one or two occasions. It seems to have started happening after changing my boot animation to something closer to the 1.5 boot animation. Is it possible that this new boot animation is causing my data connection problems.

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Android :: GridView With Customs View?

Nov 2, 2010

I don't know if it is possible, but actually I wouldn't see why not.

Can we do a grid view not just with ImageView but with a custom view.

I am trying to make a grid view of a view composed of an ImageView and a TextView.

I know that everything happens in my Adapter getView's function but I can't figure out how to do it.

CODE:................

My view has an id of R.id.fileUnitLayout. Let's say my inner TextView has an id of A and my inner ImageView has an id of B. How can I fill them ?

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is there a app to replace the default FM Radio in HTC Wildfire S without rooting it.

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Sep 23, 2009

I have only used my hero for the past week so i dont know how this works, but do the apps give notifications as to when we have to update, or is it automatic?

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HTC Hero :: Know There Is An Update For Certain Apps?

Oct 27, 2009

Other than searching for an app we already have installed, how else do we know there is an update for certain apps?

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Jun 9, 2010

Atrack Dog doesn't work too well in 2.1. I have 2.1 and the OTA patch for it. What is the best app updater now in 2.1? I like staying on top of the versions for the applications in my hero. What are you guys using.

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Aug 3, 2010

My message apps (native Message and Handcent app) keep on reappearing, even when I kill them.

I've used the Settings > Applications > Running services, also Advanced Task Killer (by ReChild) and Task Manager (by Futon Redemption), but after a few minutes they'll reappear again.

This has only happened after I updated my Hero from 1.5 to 2.1. (I'm on Orange).

This seems to be a reoccurring theme of apps not being killed off after updating to 2.1. Others have reported Amazon MP3 and Skype apps not being killed off and even not uninstalling.

My battery life seems to be draining away now since the 2.1 update, and I'm thinking this may be the message-app-not-sleeping problem, hence my attempts at killing off the native message app.

Does anyone have any ideas to kill these apps off?

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Sprint HTC Hero : 2.1 Upgrade - Will Loose My Apps If Update

Jul 29, 2010

I have the 1.5 right now as i didnt see any reason to update as my phone has left me happy. But i consider it now and want to know will i loose my apps if i update say i have shapewriter and its no longer avalible on the market and i update will i not be able to get it back.

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HTC Hero :: ROM Update - What Data Is Lost - Contacts - Photos - Apps Installed

Sep 16, 2009

On the ROM update details, its states

Warning!
* Please note that this upgrade will erase any data stored on the phone. We recommend that you back up all your data before performing this upgrade.

what will be lost, contacts? photos? apps installed? im guessing SD card data will be unaffected.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Can't Get New Radio To Update

Sep 26, 2010

I have been trying to update radio.I am running fresh 3.3.0.1 and my current baseband is 1.39.00.05.31 i am trying to update to 2.15.00.09.01.I am booting into recovery using my computer and the recovery-windows.bat command. i wipe both caches and apply the zip. It shows it writing and goes through the motions with the reboots but when the phone comes back on i dont get the messages that i updated on the home screen. when i go to the software information screen it still shows baseband of 1.39 and PRI 1.40_003.

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