If you're on the rooted stock ROM, you may want to think about manually updating to the newest version. You can flash a rooted .zip through recovery like any other ROM.
this is normal dude. you have .596 on your phone. verizon just released an update (.602), so it gets sent to your phone.shinjitsu said:Hey guys, Like I've said in previous posts, I'm on P3Droids Original .956 pre-rooted gingerbread and it just downloaded an update.... first time I've ever seen this, and it never gave me an option not to.
Is anyone else getting this?
THERE IS a new manditory update for people on the p3droid pre-rooted Gingerbread. I just FSB'ed and indeed the new auto update is indeed there again. This new version updates your phone from .596 to .602!!!
To be honest with you all. The SBFing has gotten to me over the past few months (too much work for little reward... and mostly bugs/force shutdowns of apps & phones) going to stay with default for now.
The last thing I knew was that these rooted ROMS had code built in to block this kind of thing.razorloves said:this is normal dude. you have .596 on your phone. verizon just released an update (.602), so it gets sent to your phone.
maybe a custom rom would, but not just a rooted stock rom.shinjitsu said:The last thing I knew was that these rooted ROMS had code built in to block this kind of thing.
I believe I've read that if the system files don't match (deodexed or debloated) that the install will fail. Anybody know if that's true or not?"shinjitsu said:oohh... I thought P3droid did the same thing :\ that sucks, but I thought I just tell everyone just incase I'm not really gonna root my phone anymore unless it's less labor intensive like froyo. Only thing I normally use it for is wireless tethering (which I've used once) and deleting stupid crapware already on the droid.
that is usually the case with full rom updates for droid x, but this was just an 11mb update zip, so not sure if it does the usual system files check.mwaters33 said:I believe I've read that if the system files don't match (deodexed or debloated) that the install will fail. Anybody know if that's true or not?
dang...that sucks man. thanks for warning us about it. hopefully others will see this before they do.AdiktiveDrumZ said:I was running the tbh 596 gb leak with DarkSlideX and my phone downloaded the new update this morning. I clicked install due to information I read that doing so would fail during installation and I wouldn't be bothered with the update again. Well it didn't work. Phone would boot up and reboot every minute so. Well to make a long storey short. Had to sbf back to froyo. Now I'm giving cm7 a shot. DarkslideX was nice though. Oh well.
Sent from my CM7'd OC'd DX