Motorola Droid :: Froyo ROM Available For Download On ROM Manager?
Jun 7, 2010
Just wondering if there are any Froyo ROm's avaialble for download and installation through ROM Manager yet? It's a very exciting time but I am away from a PC so I'm waiting for ROM manager to make it simple for me to backup and install a Froyo ROM.
I can't find the ROMs I download. Shouldn't everything download to sdcard/clockworkmod/download/, but from there where? I've clicked on all the folders inside and still can't find Kangerade V4.0.7. I had the same problem with bbv0.4, so I downloaded it on my computer then transferred it to the sd card.
I was wondering if anybody knew of a really good download manager for android. I use flashget on my computer for downloading things from rapidshare, where I have to put in passwords for every download. Is there anything that can do this?
I've got ROM Manager all set up, and I knew that I have the SU permission set up, but I can't get it to work at all. I can Flash recovery, but when I download to install BB, it just reboots. However, it must be restoring something because it keeps showing a missed call that I've cleared about 30 times. Any ideas why I can't get it to install a ROM?
I'm trying to do my first Rom. Rom Manager keeps saying Rom Download error. Is there anyplace I can download it. I tried from the links above but I get Nexus 25 or something like that when installing. This is so frustrating to be so close. I'm running 2.0.1 if that matters.
Anyone can link me to a Download of Flash for Froyo 2.2 FRF57, the newest Froyo ROM released? Actually, I'm using BuglessBeast V0.1 FRF57. Not sure if that matters. I've tried downloading one from droid-life but the APK wouldn't install. It said it couldn't open it as an APK file.
I just updated to 2.2 froyo yesterday and now when I try to download any app it starts and goes straight to saying download unsuccessful! Is this an issue with 2.2? What can I do to resolve this? It sucks a little extra because I just uninstalled my launcherpro plus because it was being glitchy with 2.2 and as I went to reinstall it like the dev told me to I found out I could no longer download apps. I can't even navigate the orginal home screen because of how use to launcherproI was.
So, since switching to 2.2 roms I've been having issues with DLing programs and updating etc from the market. Program will download 100% then hang, wont install. often I have to re-download multiple times until the install starts.
I downloaded the Android SDK and AVD manager and began downloading the packages but every time I try the download stalls about 20% of the way through it. Before it stalls, it downloads very slowly (about 30kb/ sec). Some more details: I'm running on Windows XP. I've tried turning SSL on and off from within the manager. I've also tried running it within Eclipse and also from the command line. Is there a debug mode or something to figure out what its doing? I would also be willing to try debugging it myself if the source to the AVD manager is available. I found the following discussion on the slow downloads, but haven't found anything on the stalling issue. http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/browse_thread/threa.
Just plucked up the courage to root my Desire. And now want to have a go at installing Froyo and looking for the easiest way. I've looked at ROM Manager and was wondering if its worth getting the paid version as it says you can get all the popular ROMs downloaded to your phone. Was wondering how good this app is and if anyone has had problems with getting the ROMs.
I am trying to download mp3 files from my file server onto my Droid. Everytime I try to download a song I get the error message Download Unsuccessful. I thought it was a problem with my server but all of my computers can download from it, and I just went and got my mom's Droid ERIS to test. It could successfully download mp3 files from the server. This is ridiculous, why wouldn't my Droid be able to download these files but the ERIS can? Is this a case of Droid DOESN'T?
I have recently accidentally deleted the standard ICS Download Manager on my wife's rooted Huawei G300 (I wasn't wearing my glasses...). This means that the Play Store no longer works. I have the identical phone, so I used Titanium to backup the D.Man., copied the files across to the same folder in my wife's phone. Unfortunately, Titanium doesn't "see" the backup. how I could reinstall before my wife finds out...?
I rooted my captivate and installed rom manager and in the download rom section there is only extras listed, is this just how it is?I flashed the recovery mode and made a backup, why am I not seeing any roms that I can flash?
following the directions in the sticky, it says to download the sdk package manager (what ever its called) then install the sdk's for 1.5 2.1 and the usb drivers. then says go to device manager and find the little exclamation, then when i select the usb drivers to install from the device manager it wont allow me. i have two in the directory they are i386 and amd64 neither of them work.
Here's the thing, i have a Motorola Spice, very old device, with Froyo Android with a Brazilian Rom (im argentinean), the problem is that the Market (Play Store) doesn't download anything, and googlin some solution, i realized that the device doesn't have any download manager installed, it may be that the real problem. How can i install it??
I don't know any terminology of any kind so if you're going to tell me to do something please tell me how. First, ROM manager. In a detailed explanation please tell me how to install and backup and all of that fun stuffs. Again, I don't know how to do anything without direction! And 2nd, Set CPU, I just need all the info. I need to know on this application, and how to use it.
i got the bootstrap recovery, and I'm rooted so I'm looking for some froyo roms. since we can't use ROM Manager, where do I find the 2.2 roms? I've been searching for a bit now but all I can find is the 2.2 leak. that's not all there is right? THere has to be some ROMS that the devs have made for the droid x. has anybody consolidated them in a webpage or a forum thread or something?