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Sup guys! This is my first post. [W00t]

I recently got a droid x that alltel offers. It's under the name of Milestone X.

It's rooted and i'm on liquid 2.6.

Would i be able to flash to cm7 with gingerbread kernel without any problems?
 

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Nah, you need to be on the GB leak to flash that. So I recommend SBFing back to Froyo, then applying the two part update, and then CM7.
 

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Omega Blaze said:
So i would be ok doing a verizon update ??
if you know how to reprogram your phone back to alltel, then yea.
if you cant figure it out, then at least you have an alltel milestone x sbf that you can use to save your ass. haha
 

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Someone said Alltel users lose data connectivity on the .13p radio.

P3Droid says the .602 SBF does not flash the radio if using the linux method. But using RSDlite will flash the radio to .13p.

Of course, I think you could just use RSDlite and then flash back an older radio from this thread. Then reactivate the phone as normal for your network.

-m
 

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Omega Blaze said:
Yes..we do lose all data if we flash to .13p.

Are you saying i should flash to an older verizon radio??

This is my current setup..
you cant flash to a different radio once you have the gb kernel. so, if you want to avoid the .13 radio, you could try using the 596 rom. that comes with .12 radio.

or use the linux flash method with .602 sbf as modisch mentioned above. since that method doesnt flash the radio.
 

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Omega Blaze said:
When i try and flash the .596 update it says:

assert failed: apply_patch_check("/system app/AccountAndSyncSettings.apk"

Am i missing something??
did you sbf back to froyo? i remember earlier you said you had liquid 2.6.
to bypass the assert check, turn it off in clockworkmod recovery. just choose the option "toggle script asserts"
remember, if anything goes wrong, be prepared to sbf.
 
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