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Topic # 88401 15-Aug-2011 17:46
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Ive been trying update my phone to the cynagenmod seen the official update doesn't seem to be coming  but have been having a bit of trouble.
it keeps aborting when i try to apply the update.zip to get into openrecovery. is it because it is not rooted correctly? and if so how can i root it on a mac

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  Reply # 508623 18-Aug-2011 15:32

use this guide here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=983516

I've recently just bought a Milestone as well, on Monday in fact. It's my very first Android device too, but I was able to get everything installed and sorted very easily in one go.

If you couldn't even get into OpenRecovery, then you would've have rooted since you can only do that once you're in OpenRecovery. But being rooted has got nothing to do with install a custom rom, on a Milestone at least.



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  Reply # 508702 18-Aug-2011 18:58
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what sdf file did you use?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 508705 18-Aug-2011 19:03

it's "SBF" not SDF.

Since I have problems with my wifi when using v2.2 (Froyo), I downgraded it to v2.1 instead. Many people have had the same wifi problems as me and they all downgraded to v2.1 and found it works a lot better.

Also, there're no official v2.2 SBF for New Zealand. You can use other countries, but I prefer to find one that is actually for New Zealand. So v2.1 actually has one for New Zealand and that works out great for me.

Here's the link to download v2.1 SBF files:
http://and-developers.com/sbf:milestone

And here's the link for v2.2 SBF:
http://and-developers.com/sbf:milestone221






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  Reply # 508780 18-Aug-2011 22:49
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cheers for that i will have to borrow a friends comp to do it. seen im on mac

any chance you know a way to do it on mac? 

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  Reply # 508798 18-Aug-2011 23:48

sorry I don't use MAC, so don't have a clue. I don't even think there's a flasher alternative to RDL Lite for a MAC anyway, so you'll have to use Windows.

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