Need Official HOW-TO: Upgrade from Original ADP1 firmware to RC33

by Disconnect » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 00:46:34 GMT


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 es, but its not official for adp1. It works great, its from google and it
is a worldwide image (so no myfaves mess) and its got sdk1.1, but if you
want the official -adp1- image from google its not the answer.

(Quick recap, to avoid questions from latecomers :) The old "adp1.1" image
that was leaked to us is actually the factory image off the google
holiday-bonus phones. This was left ambiguous by a googler, for reasons I
don't understand. Those phones get OTA updates, and so users of that image
started to get them also - thats the new holiday image, and brings proper
sdk v1.1, latitude, voice search, and paid - but not protected - market
apps. That image is available for any phone at http://is.gd/j2uK - the
"nochecks" version. It also includes the same/similar radio firmware update
that rc33 brings.)

On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 9:46 PM, coolbho3k <mike.g.hu...@gmail.com> wrote:


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Need Official HOW-TO: Upgrade from Original ADP1 firmware to RC33

by Jean-Baptiste Queru » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 22:07:32 GMT


 We're working on it. Google is very committed to resolving this issue,
which just happens to be a surprisingly hard one.

JBQ








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Need Official HOW-TO: Upgrade from Original ADP1 firmware to RC33

by Jean-Baptiste Queru » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 22:09:44 GMT


 We will make sure that that information is communicated as soon as the
images become available.

JBQ








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Android Engineer, Google.

Questions sent directly to me are likely to get forwarded to a public
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