General :: How To Check MD5 Checksum

Mar 5, 2012

How do i check MD5 Checksum before flashing a rom?

General :: How to Check MD5 Checksum

HTC Droid Eris : Check Md5 Checksum On File Downloaded With Windows (xp)?

Apr 12, 2010

Anyone know an easy way to check the md5 checksum on a file downloaded with windows (xp)?

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General :: (MT6575) SP Flash Tools Checksum Error

Dec 5, 2013

have an iBall Andi 3n here. Runs on MediaTek MT6575 SoC. Getting this error while flashing stock rom.

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HTC Eris :: On Phone ROM Checksum Verifier

Sep 5, 2010

On-Phone ROM Checksum Verifier
Download: MD5-Checksum-v2.2.apk (new version!)

Changes in the 2.2 version include:
1. Larger rows and font for easier/better file-selection
2. Sorted list of files displayed in file-selector
3. Retain directory between each file-selection
4. Verify read-access of selected file to prevent force-close
5. Test file's suffix to warn if non jar-type file is selected for jar-verification
6. Add menu support (help, change log, acknowledgements)

Download: MD5-Checksum-v2.1.apk
This version is detailed in a post over at XDA (xda-developers - View Single Post - [Begging] Devs - please publish your MD5's) but its highlights are as follows:
- Still includes all of the functionality of the previous versions
- Now includes two jar file verification functions (they both basically do the same thing; radio button JV1 selects an explicit jar verification (read jar, calculate SHA1 digest, compare to manifest); radio button JV2 just uses the implicit JarFile Java method of jar verification and is much faster since its not doing a second, separate validation (23 seconds for method JV2 on a 100MB ROM vs. 2.5 minutes for method JV1 (all on my Droid X)).
- Now has a file-selector instead of requiring manual filename text input (you can still do this too)
Download: MD5 Checksum v1.1.apk (free!)
Download: checksumdb.txt (save to either /sdcard/download or /sdcard)

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Android :: Application Checksum At Runtime

Sep 19, 2010

As an additional anti-pirating strategy, I'd like to compute a checksum on my application at runtime. Since my app communicates with a back-end server, I can send the checksum with each message and the server can deny service to altered apps. Not a complete solution to piracy by any means, but a fairly easy way to raise the bar. Anyone know how an app can get access to it's load image at runtime?

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Android :: Checksum Java Function At Runtime

Nov 1, 2010

A while ago I tried to work out how to checksum a function at runtime. As I remember, I failed due to some missing functionality of the class loader from vanilla java. Has anyone managed to do this ?

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HTC Droid Eris :: Checksum Proof RUU OTA - 2.1 Leak V3

Jul 4, 2010

I have currently been testing the method of rooting leaked 2.1 phones. There was a little discussion running in that thread (and other threads, I've found) that poses the question whether or not the RUU is the same as 2.1 Leak v3. The RUU I'm using is referenced here: [ROM] Official HTC Desire RUU ROMS and OTA Update URLs - xda-developers - which can be found here: _with_driver.exe

Leak 2.1 v3 I'm using is referenced here: HTC DROID Eris OS 2.1v3 download -- which can be found here: So, the process that I've been using to root these phones involves flashing the RUU OTA onto the phone. With some help from user bftb0, I have taken the time to do the analysis. How did I get system.img and boot.img off of the RUU OTA, you might ask? Well, after I flashed the RUU OTA onto the phone, I went through the Incredible/Slide root method to root the phone I'm working with (without changing any phone settings within Sense).

After getting adb to recognize the device in recovery, I took the steps necessary to flash Amon_RA's recovery. I then took a Nandroid backup of my phone and extracted the system.img and boot.img files off of the SD card where the Nandroid backup was stored. Then, I used unyaffs to unpack system.img into 2 separate directories, and used to unpack boot.img. So, for I did this, starting at the directory where each respective boot.img file is:

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HTC Droid Eris :: Checksum Proof That 2.1 Leak V3 Is 99% Identical To OTA 2.1

May 14, 2010

I just spent half an hour going through each file in the OTA upgrade ZIP and comparing its CRC (checksum) to the same exact file in the "leak v3" PB00IMG.ZIP, including all of the files inside system.img. Process: First off, just by opening the two ZIP files with 7-Zip I can see that the boot.img, radio.img, and recovery.img are identical. In both ZIPs, their CRCs are EA7388FA, 54C41EEC, and 3F0153F1 respectively.

Since the OTA breaks down system.img into just the files that need updating (for the purpose of keeping the file size as low as possible), the only way to compare the files with system.img in "leak v3" was to use the root ROM created from "leak v3". (Thank goodness there's an unadulterated ROM of it, so the original CRCs are intact!) One by one, I compared the CRCs of the files in the OTA's system folder with the same files in the "leak v3" system folder. Findings: The files that are in the OTA are completely identical to the ones in the leak v3 system.img, with only one exception: The OTA contains an additional app called UpgradeSetup.apk. Obviously, it's only necessary for executing the upgrade..............

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Motorola Droid :: Clockwork Recovery - Always Getting MD5 Checksum Error

May 2, 2010

Using Rom Manager, Clockwork recovery, on any ROM, currently Pete's V1. I have yet to successfully restore a previously backed up ROM without getting the MD5 checksum error. I've tried both from inside Rom Manager, manage backups, and booting into recovery and hitting the backup directory. File names are left at default, as 2010-05-02-02.42.46. Frustrating as I wind up having to start from scratch if a ROM install fails.

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Android :: CRC32 Checksum Use In Order To Secure LVL Applications

Sep 28, 2010

Following the examples given by Johns Trevor in order to secure Android LVL Applications ( 2010/09/securing-android-lvl-applications.html), I've been stuck on one only particular issue. Indeed, here is the matter: The most obvious mechanism is to use a lightweight hash function, such as CRC32, and build a hash of your application's code. You can then compare this checksum with a known good value. You can find the path of your application's files by calling context.GetApplicationInfo() - just be sure not to compute a checksum of the file that contains your checksum! (Consider storing this information on a third-party server.)

Howether, I can't find what I must use in my code to detect an "unwanted" modification inside it. crc32 = new;
I've tried many method related to context.GetApplicationInfo() but no one seems to deliver something that change as soon as the code is modified. Has someone already succeed on CRC32 checksum implementation?

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Android :: Unable To Select - Check - Check Box In CheckboxView

May 21, 2009

I've got the following row xml file which consists of CheckboxView and TextView;


When the app run, i'm unable to "tick" any of the check boxes...

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HTC Incredible :: Check For System Updates Doesn't Check

Sep 2, 2010

Check for system updates doesn't check.

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HTC Hero :: Enabling GPS Satellites - To Check Or Not To Check

Nov 6, 2009

Menu - Settings - Location - Enable GPS satellites

It states that enabling this will "require more battery plus view of sky"

When checked, it states "deselect to conserve battery"

So, the question is, should this be enabled?

I imagine for some applications, knowing your precise location should be useful, especially if the turn-by-turn maps are installed and used.

I'm thinking to deselect this, and selecting it at times when I need it.

So, to check or not to check?

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General :: Faulty Check App

Apr 4, 2014

Is there an app that can check my entire android phone if is faulty?

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General :: App For Check SMS And Data?

Nov 15, 2013

Any good application for check the sms and data plan consumption?

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General :: Can't Check Both USB Debug

Apr 21, 2012

I accidentally set a screen density at 240, while my phone's original value was 160, so now I can't unlock my lock screen, since the screen is too large. I tried to boot into factory recovery mode to do a hard reset and everything went back to original expected for the screen.

Then the problem now becomes more complicated, I can't check both USB Debug and Install From Unknown Resources and I also lost SU access.The phone that I am using is China phone, running CPU MTK6516.

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General :: LVL Check Timed Out?

Mar 27, 2012

I'm using Google's LVL mechanism for licensing in my application and in the last few days I've started getting reports from users that the licensing mechanism fails. I get the following lines in the log from those users:

Line 925: 03-26 23:04:41.463 I/LicenseChecker(31875): Binding to licensing service.
Line 926: 03-26 23:04:41.473 I/LicenseChecker(31875): Calling checkLicense on service for com.blabla.myApp
Line 927: 03-26 23:04:41.473 I/LicenseChecker(31875): Start monitoring timeout.
Line 930: 03-26 23:04:51.472 I/LicenseChecker(31875): Check timed out.

I've made sure with the users that they have Internet connection, you can see that it takes ~10 minutes before I get a timeout so this isn't just a momentary thing, and on top of this, I check for license several times before deciding that this is invalid.

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General :: How To Check Apt-x Usage

Feb 3, 2013

how do I check if apt-x codec is currently in use ?

I have a galaxy s3 and samsung HS3000.

Can't hear any difference atm (comparing with galaxy note playing the same songs) and I don't have very good ears, but I'd like to know.

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General :: Disable Spell Check In ICS

Apr 24, 2012

I've got a GNex, which of course comes with ICS. It seems to have a spell check built in, but I prefer to use the spell check that comes with Swype. Is there a way to turn off the native spell check so that it doesn't get in the way of Swype's suggested words?

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General :: Check App In Play Store

Aug 14, 2013

So I developed my first android app which is in the play store I don't have a physical android phone so I developed the app using emulators and stuff and when I do a play store search on the web, I can find my app. Anyway yesterday, I downloaded this new android emulator called Genymotion that comes with emulated phones that have access to the play store and when I did a search of my app in the play store on the emulator I couldn't find it. Then when i did a Google search on the phone and clicked on the link to open it in the play store it said that the app was not compatible with the phone which is weird because the emulator is running android 4.2.2 and the app is supposed to run on anything from Android 2.2 upwards. Anyway, do a quick search on your play store app and search for my app called "Reflap" (No need to download it) . If you can't find it, do a Google search on your phone and find the link to the play store, click it and open it in the play store and see if it gives you the incompatibility message.

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General :: How To Check Jiayu G4T Camera

Apr 19, 2014

Jiayu G4T I have a camera that works sometimes ... Sometimes taking away the battery back ride ... Other magically works ...

I give the application and no picture ... says it can not open the camera and the application closes.

Install a new ROM and I did everything the same root but ... Abri the phone the other day and everything is very well connected ...

I need to know if I can get the error code or something to tell me if the front or rear camera is broken ...

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General :: Desire S - How To Check If ROM Is STOCK

Apr 15, 2012

I got a new Desire S. But after update to 2.3.5 , all the keyboards removed. So I took it to the guarantee servise and they told me that they will install a new original (stock) rom on my phone and everything will be solved.

Now they say it is done and I must go to get my phone.

How can I check if they have rooted the phone or not? Also, how can I check if the installed ROM is stock or not.

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General :: App To Check Who Used Shared WiFi?

Sep 17, 2012

What is the application to check who uses the internet provided by me? (didn't using root)


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General :: How To Disable Signature Check

Feb 22, 2014

I have the following problem, I would remove the signature checking on system apps, because I want to modify the manifest.xml ..

I've tried everything and I can not ..



.method static compareSignatures([Landroid/content/pm/Signature;[Landroid/content/pm/Signature;)I
.registers 9
.param p0, "s1" # [Landroid/content/pm/Signature;
.param p1, "s2" # [Landroid/content/pm/Signature;
.line 2613
if-nez p0, :cond_8


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General :: Email Check Frequency

Dec 12, 2013

I have gmail as my email client.When there is a new mail sometimes it notifies me lately like after 10 minutes.How can i shorten this time without killing my battery.I have galaxy s3 mini.

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General :: How To Check If A ROM Is Safe To Flash

Oct 26, 2013

I hard bricked a Nexus 4 flashing a bad ROM. So now I have a new one, and I want to know if there is a way to check if a ROM is bad for my phone before I flash it. If a thread on xda says, this ROM is for HTC one, does that meadoit is only safe for THAT phone, or is anything that is JB 4.2.2 and up safe for my nexus 4? Just want to make sure before I start flashing ROMs again.

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General :: Bypass APK Install Compatibility Check?

Jan 28, 2013

I had a Huawei X5, and switched to a Huawei Ascend P1. Both have the same screen dpi, 240 and I have not changed it. However, the P1 has a higher resolution. That is the only difference I can find for this problem.

I can see and install all my apps from google play on the X5, but on the P1 they don't appear. On the web page it says it's incompatible and if I try to install the apk directly, it also does not allow.
What compatibility check is it failing? One example is google googles, I can install it just fine in my 7'' tablet and in my X5, but not in the P1.Is there anything I can do to bypass this check?

Do you think it could be rom related (I use official miui for the P1 and unofficial miui for the X5)?

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General :: How To Check Android Installation / Its Not Working

Sep 17, 2012

i was using it for a while but suddenly a light flactuation shut down my PC.

and it got closed without saving work.. since then i can't run any demo application even correctly..

it says a lot of error in whole program !

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General :: Check Bluetooth Transfer History?

Aug 20, 2012

is there any way to check the Bluetooth transfer history? I need to see what was transfer from my phone to another via bluetooth..

i have a droid bionic

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General :: Forcing Market To Check For App Updates?

Feb 11, 2012

One thing I noticed with the market is it seems to periodically check for updates, but it doesn't seem to check that often. It seems like the Market application waits for a group of apps to get updated at once before it notifies you, or it seems to only check for updates on a certain day where app updates are rolled out onto the Android market (similar to PSN/XBL updates)

how to force the Market application to check for updates to my apps? I was thinking maybe going to the Market app in the system settings and clearing cache/data, but I was wondering if there's some other way to do it.

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