HTC Incredible :: System Unlocked - Can We Modify The System While Booted

Jun 23, 2010

Can we modify the system while the phone is booted now that we have the unrevoked recovery flash tool? is this what NAND unlock means?

HTC Incredible :: system unlocked - can we modify the system while booted


General :: Restore System From Unlocked Bootloader System?

Jul 11, 2012

What will the cwm backup?

if I backup a system with locked bootloader,will the bootloader relock after I restore the system from an unlocked bootloader system?

Which content will cwm backup?(include kernel?)

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Android :: How To Modify System Preferences

Oct 15, 2009

How I can access and modify the system preferences (the options you see on system 'Settings' application)?

Cheersss, Armond

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General :: How To Get And Modify Files On System Without Activating USB Debug

May 13, 2012

How can I get and modify files on the system without activating the usb android debuging?

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General :: Galaxy 551 / Gingerbread 2.3.6 - How To Modify System File

May 18, 2012

I upgraded my Galaxy 551 to Gingerbread 2.3.6. All went well. Unfortunately it seems to be a common side effect that the Z and Y keys (and some others) get swapped. The fix is apparently to modify the file /system/usr/keychars/sec_keypad.kcm.bin. The ideal thing is to put the old file from before the FW update back in, but of course I don't have that anymore! But the existing one can apparently be altered. If I can copy it to the SD card I can alter it in a hex editor and put it back.

So, I rooted my phone with that one click application, and that went OK too. I installed root explorer and found the file. There were also some others in the same folder I may be able to use. But, I cant make the folder R/W (pressing the button does nothing) so cant do anything with the file. I also tried Super Manager with no luck.

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General :: Modify Files On System Without Activating USB Android Debugging?

May 13, 2012

How can I get and modify files on the system without activating the usb android debugging?

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Android :: Write To System Directory Like /system/media/audio/alarms

Feb 9, 2009

Is it possible to write data or create folder in system directory like /system/media/audio/alarms. i.e other than our respective package.

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Samsung Galaxy S : Recovery Boot Error - Can Not Access To /system/csc/VOD/system

Sep 4, 2010

Phone: UK Galaxy S Issue: Recovery boot error message in red writing

Multicsc : can not access to / system/csc/VOD/system/

Background: I have been trying to root my phone from information found in a youtube video. All went well and the little ninja bloke with the sniper rifle was in the app list. Tried installing busybox and was told that the phone was not rooted´┐Ż..

I think I ran the root application again and at some point I started getting this error message when in recovery. I have since run the one click root method to unroot the phone and the little nija dude is no longer there. Since I rooted the phone it will no longer connect to my wireless network, it finds the network and attempts to obtain an ip address. After a few min it times out and tries again. When I load the phone recovery the error message is still present.

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Android :: Loading Native Libraries - System Load - Dlopen - Nexus One After FRG83 System Update

Nov 17, 2010

I am an Android app developer, and I have purchased a Nexus One device which I use to continuously test my developed Android applications.

Background: ----------------- One of the applications I developed uses a native shared library (e.g. myNativeLib.so). Only my application loads & uses this native library. I had developed this app before Android NDK came out. I pack my native library into my apk's 'assets' folder, and during my application start- up, I extract this native library from my package's assets folder to my app private directory (i.e. <assets> -> /data/data/<myappprocess>/ myNativeLib.so). Then I use System.load() API in my application to dynamically load this native library.

Problem: ------------ This application was developed during Android 1.5 (i.e. cupcake) days {I didn't have the Nexus One then}. The above procedure has been working without any problems right from Android 1.5 to Android 2.2 (i.e. Froyo). I have also tested the same on my Nexus One for Android 2.1 (i.e. Eclair) and Android 2.2.

The problem began the moment I recently upgraded my Nexus One to Android 2.2.1 via the FRG83 system update. Now, whenever I try to load my native library, I get the following error:

D/dalvikvm( 3653): Trying to load lib /data/data/<myappprocess>/ <mynativelib>.so <some address> I/dalvikvm( 3653): Unable to dlopen(/data/data/<myappprocess>/ <mynativelib>.so): Cannot load library: link_image[1995]: failed to link <mynativelib>.so

What I have Tried: -------------------------- 1. I tried my application using Android 2.2 SDK (emulator)...it works, no issues. 2. I checked out the latest froyo & android2.2.1 source code from Android open-source, built & tested my application + native lib using the latest froyo source...it built & ran, no issues. This should've taken care of any changes in the native code dependencies between Android 2.2 & Android 2.2.1 3. I even checked Android 2.2.1 source code for dalvik (java System & Runtime classes) + bionic (linker & dlopen sources) between Android 2.2 & Android 2.2.1 (using source checked out from Android open-source), but couldn't find anything consequential 4. I am unable to return my Nexus One to Android 2.2.

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Android :: System.setProperty - Cannot Change System Property In Android

Sep 23, 2009

I use Java API "System.setProperty()" to set a system property. After invoke "System.setProperty()", API "System.getProperty()" can return the value just I set. However, when I use command "adb shell getprop" to verify, it shows that this property is not set at all. Do I wrongly understand API "System.setProperty()" ?

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Android :: Android System - System Context - Replace Classes

Oct 12, 2010

I'm engineer but more from a chip/assembler x86 level. I'm new to Android. Still figuring some general things out. I have written some apps, but have a general question. If I were to write an improved version of - let's say - TextView. Is it possible to make all app's on the system using this class, basically replace TextView? How are the java classes on the Android system, are they compiled, can I replace the library? Is this protected?

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HTC Incredible :: Does 2.2 Still Need System Panel?

Sep 3, 2010

Not looking for a debate on whether to use a task killer or not. Just want to know if the System Panel task killer still works after the 2.2 update. Doesn't seem to work the same for me.

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HTC Incredible :: ATK Vs. System Panel App

May 26, 2010

Anyone have opinions about which is better? Are there reasons to keep both?

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HTC Incredible :: Reinstalling System App?

Nov 2, 2010

I'm having trouble installing footprints to be specific. I wanted to use it again and when I moved it from my SD card back to the system app folder it won't install. I'm probably not doing something right. But I don't know what it is. I've moved both the app and widget .apk and .odex files but they won't install. I rooted after 2.2 and they are the 1.10 versions.

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HTC Incredible :: System Panel Stop All?

Jul 17, 2010

When I tap "Stop All" in System Panel it opens an application or program, sometimes it has opened GoogleEarth, Barcode scanner, mostly it opens the Phone page. How can I avoid this so it goes to home when I stop all? I've tried going to Home before stopping, that doesn't work, when it opened Google Earth I hadn't used that for days.

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HTC Incredible :: System Panel - Memory Used

Jul 23, 2010

There are three storage notes on System Panel: Memory, Internal Storage (6661.8 M available) , and SD Card (7681.2 M available). Memory says 71% used (and 117.6 M available) or 29% free. What does this mean? I don't even have anything open except for Lookout in the background (antivirus and backup disabled) and System Panel on. If it's ROM, how could I be using 71% doing practically nothing?

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HTC Incredible :: Cant Install Apps To System

Jun 11, 2010

i tried installing a themed news and weather widget to system/app and it's not working properly. it's not showing up on the phone under widgets or in the app launcher. it's not showing up in root explorer in system/app even though it said it was pasted there. it shows up in applications in the settings menu but force closes when clicked on. i also can't install it in data now either. so right now the app is kind of in limbo.

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HTC Incredible :: Can't Load System Space / Fix For This?

Oct 15, 2010

So i know my incredible has 8gigs of internal space. When i first got my phone and i plugged it in it would ask me "do you want to connect as usb drive" i would hit yes.. and it would load two hard drives one my computer

HD1. was my SD card
HD2 ... was my internal 8gb

Now, same thing happens, but

HD1. i can load no problem (SD CARD)
HD2, click on and it says "must format"

What gives? my phone can still see all my pictures/music from the internal memory though.

BTW i am running CyanogenMod

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HTC Incredible :: Writing To System Fonts After Root

Jul 2, 2010

I managed to get my incredible rooted earlier today using the SD card trick. Now I am trying to install Arabic fonts + reshaper as seen here.

The problem I am having is that I can't figure out a way to replace the font. When I open up a console and try to adb remount it claims I don't have permission. When I manually mount, with this, it claims that there is insufficient space when I try and push the font. Root explorer won't allow me to paste into the system/fonts directory either.

I know that NAND protection still exists on the Incredible, but is there a way to easily get around this right now?

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HTC Incredible :: Antivirus With Android Slow Down System?

May 23, 2010

Do you need an antivirus with Android? Will it slow down my system?

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HTC Incredible :: System Update Not Installing (Rooted)

Nov 23, 2010

My Incredible is rooted. For the past few days I've received a notification that a system update will be installed and the phone will reboot. Nothing happens, no reboot and no evident change. Now that the phone is rooted do I need to apply updates manually? Should I take the Verizon updates at all? (The only specific change mentioned in (more info" for this update is the addition of an app called "Slacker").

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HTC Incredible :: Notifications Changing System-Wide

May 31, 2010

If I customize all of my alerts for SMS, email, calls, etc., to sounds (no vibrate), and put the phone in vibrate mode, does it replace all of these sounds with vibration? So that there is no sound coming out of the phone? Same with if I put the phone on silent? I would hope you don't have to go in and change the notification settings for each application to vibrate if you want vibrate, right?I've read some stuff that suggested that this could happen, and it doesn't make sense, but I wanted to make sure.

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HTC Incredible :: System Default Notification Sound

May 10, 2010

I'm trying to set it up so I have a different notification sound for VM & SMS. I know HOW to do it but for some reason my Incred is not saving the changes I make & is using the system default notification sound for everything. Is anyone else having this problem?

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HTC Incredible :: Delete Nasty CDROM.ISO In System?

Sep 22, 2010

I have root now, thanks to unrevoked3. Now how can I delete the nasty CDROM.ISO in /system/etc.

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HTC Incredible : Way To Clean-up System File Program?

May 17, 2010

Is there anything out there that cleans up all the old leftover files from uninstalled apps? I've seen a bunch of folders for things that I know I removed already, but don't know if all the empty folders I see are OK to delete. Just looking to keep things clean.

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Android :: Android System - API - Replacing System Libraries

Oct 12, 2010

I have written some apps, but have a general question. If I were to write an improved version of - let's say - TextView. Is it possible to make all app's on the system using this class, basically replace TextView? How are the java classes on the Android system, are they compiled, can I replace the library? Is this protected?

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HTC Incredible :: Process System Not Responding After Manual Update

Aug 31, 2010

alright, just installed 2.2, but my incredible has rebooted 5 times already after the initial install. it's currently rebooting, showing the lock screen, then when i pull it down i get the white htc screen with the pop up and some sort of % (i imagine some sort of setup process) it's already told me the first time "congratulations, you've been updated to build x.x.x.xxx" it also tells me "sorry! process System is not responding" now that just sounds like crap. it just rebooted the 6th time... note that i installed 2.2 manually.

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HTC Incredible :: System Panel On Leaked Froyo Rom / Solution For This?

Jul 28, 2010

I anyone else noticing issues with System Panel on the leaked Froyo Rom? I assume 2.2 handles memory in a different way, and System Panel doesn't read it correctly. It shows all of my apps running without anything being cached. Also, the CPU clock seems to be running at 700MHz or more constantly instead of coming down to ~300 or so like it showed on 2.1. However the CPU graph on the top left does come down like normal.

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HTC Incredible :: How To Know Which System DINC Using To Access Internet At Any Given Time

May 14, 2010

New to Android, not new to smartphones. My BB Storm didn't have WiFi though which is the root of my question.

How do I know which system DINC is using to access internet at any given time? For example, if I am at home connected via WiFi is my DINC using WiFi or 3G to connect to the internet? Also, when my DINC synchs up my accts (Facebook, Weatherbug, Native Weather App, Gmail and Mail) is it using 3G or WiFI? Can I set a preferred connection somewhere? I've looked, but can't seem to find something like that.

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HTC Incredible :: Set Up System So That Every Photo Goes Directly To SD Card By Default?

May 8, 2010

I've come over from a Window's based phone and love the Incredible, but am having a problem with pictures that I can't find an answer to in the manual.

I simply want to save all the pictures I take with the phone to the SD card so I can transfer the entire file later to dedicated photography software to be cataloged and tweaked.

I can't find how to set up the system so that every photo goes directly to the SD card by default.

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