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Re: [TESTING] - NAND OMGB (1.2.3)

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Originally Posted by EyeB View Post
if i could get some help, it'd be great

I seem to be having problems flashing the RHODIMG.nhb from both usb and sd card. It seems to install, it hits 100% but on reboot it acts like nothing got flashed and sets in the serial/usb tri-color screen waiting for something to be flashed

edit: sorry if this is found somewhere but i couldnt find it anywhere :S closest seems to be a hspl but i thought i had that already since i can flash wm roms.

edit: bit more info on flashing the nbh file, it says it is corrupt and couldn't update

edit: Got it, just pointing out incase you hadn't noticed, but the nbh file on the download link is 185kb, the one that worked for me i found later on in thread was a little over 3mb, not sure if something changed for it to be so small now but it works and I'm happy

edit: i know you said its better to use verizon radio, i'd like to stick with sprints for time being, but because of slow speeds is there a way for me to provision/update prl/profile on android side?
Holy crap. So you got it flashed? I was able to flash with the 185kb RHODIMG.nbh. Note, you HAVE TO flash via SD. I'm pretty sure that is spelled out in the directions...

https://code.google.com/p/rhodium-nand/downloads/list

That's the files you want to grab. The latest CWM and the RHODIMG.nbh.

It seems like you managed to get Android installed? Your post is kinda confusing. I don't see why a VZ radio would cause "slow speeds"... You're connected to the same towers? Perhaps you don't quite understand what flashing a VZ radio means - it's just newer radio firmware, so it really has nothing to do with carriers per se. You could be on USCC or MetroPCS and running the VZ radio... Hell you could use the phone in Europe on the VZ radio.

I don't think you can do any provisioning/PRL updating/etc from Android. Do that all in WinMo, then flash Android... I've always recommended that the phone be fully functional in WinMo before you even attempt flashing Android.
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