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    What are nightlies? And how do I install one. Is it like how we installed the froyo updates? Change name to update, boot phone while pressing volume down button...etc.
    And is nandroid back up an app or does it show up in the recovery stage once you're rooted? Sorry for all the questions. I tried reading a few threads and kept getting different answers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rugmankc View Post
    dragongunner,

    No Google OTA unless you manually do it. Once Gingerbread is out the devs will quickly get a rom out for it. You can get Cyan Updater from Market and get Cyan that way thru Rom Manager, I think.


    Ken
    rugmankc,

    Many thanks for the quick reply. That's exactly what I thought you meant but just had to be certain.

    I don't know. I am still on the fence on this whole thing to tell you the truth. I mean I went as far as downloading all of the necessary apps and even went as far as rooting my phone but did not follow through with the custom rom.

    I guess I am just a wuss, even after reading all the successes of everyone else.

    One last question: I know the act of rooting the phone with the one step method I will not void my warranty but will the warranty become void after I flash a custom rom, and if I don't like the custom rom can I still perform the unrooting process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragongunner View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rugmankc View Post
    dragongunner,

    No Google OTA unless you manually do it. Once Gingerbread is out the devs will quickly get a rom out for it. You can get Cyan Updater from Market and get Cyan that way thru Rom Manager, I think.


    Ken
    rugmankc,

    Many thanks for the quick reply. That's exactly what I thought you meant but just had to be certain.

    I don't know. I am still on the fence on this whole thing to tell you the truth. I mean I went as far as downloading all of the necessary apps and even went as far as rooting my phone but did not follow through with the custom rom.

    I guess I am just a wuss, even after reading all the successes of everyone else.

    One last question: I know the act of rooting the phone with the one step method I will not void my warranty but will the warranty become void after I flash a custom rom, and if I don't like the custom rom can I still perform the unrooting process?
    Installing a custom rom will not void your warranty. Unlocking the bootloader does. To go back, you have to recover your stock rom (that was backed up when you used clockwork) then once you recovered that, you can click unroot.
    Please correct me if I'm wrong
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    Unlocking Boot Loader is all that voids warranty. You still need to insatall a recovery manager to flash roms. Rom Manager may be the easiest from the Market, I have AmonRa. Better and bulletproof but more detailed to install. You need to install Android SDK first and several other things as outlined in those guides.

    I was were you are and after I screw up on occasion, I wonder why I did it. But, it is so much more fun and nice tweaks.



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    iphoneslayer,

    nightlies are incremental updates to rc2.

    Found here: Index of /cm/nightly/

    And the nightly forum: [Nightlies] Discussion of Nightlies - CyanogenMod Forum

    Ours is under "passion" on the nightlly site.

    They are dl'd to your pc and copied to sd card, renamed "update" no quotes, if on Windows. Oops, yes just like you said.

    Nandroid choices, Backup/Restore are in the recovery screens where flash zip from sd card is. Do a nand bu before wiping and flashing.


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    Thanks rugmankc for your help! I really appreciated it.
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    Your Welcome,

    One other note, if you ever get a "formatting cache" at bottom of phone screen while finishing up a restore etc. that keeps running, just continue on.

    An example of the learning curve and sometimes frustration. Last nite my Cyan trackball notification colors stopped. So I thought I would try Trackball Alert which I already have, but doesn't work on the latest nightly. Aug 04 is the latest one it works on per the info that comes up when you open TA. So, I thought what the heck Aug 4 and Aug 11 can't be that different. I chose it and the recommended framework choice and rebooted. It came up to the multicolored X and stuck. I was irritated and worried. I did several battery pulls. No luck. Then right after another battery pull and before phone started to reboot, I hit vol- and pwr and booted into recovery. It worked. So, relieved I wiped and did restore of my latest CM6 nandroid backup. It failed twice. I was even more worried. But on the third restore try it worked.

    This rooting is not for the weak of heart.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jdallac View Post
    yeah Busybox! that was the one I wasn't sure about installing. But if it worked well for you, then perfect.

    here are the instructions I used to root and install cyanogen. they are NOT MINE, I copied them to a word doc, so I don't remember who the OP was at XDA developer's forums who posted this. I really can't stress enough that I can't help anyone this doesn't work for. but it worked like a charm for me:


    Caution: Installing CyanogenMod will erase everything on your phone. You will have to reinstall any non-market apps and you will lose all your contacts and emails and messages, unless you first back it up with Titanium Backup in the market.

    Note: I am not responsible for any damage you make to your phone. This is only a guide and by no means the complete and only way to flash CM.

    Warning: If you flash CM, you will have to update your radio to the new one released with 2.2 unless you already updated it. Flashing this wrong could brick your phone and I am not responsible for any damages that occur to your device. I'm not going to into how to flash the radio. From here on out, I'm going to assume you already have the Froyo radio.

    Once you root, the simplest way to install CM6 would be to download ROM Manager from the market and flash the recovery. Here are the steps:
    1. Plug in your power cable and root using the 1-click root.
    2. Search for ROM Manager on Market and Install
    3. Open the app and allow the app to gain root access
    4. Click the "Flash ClockworkMod Recovery" and wait until the progress bar is finished.
    5. It might freeze or ask permissions midway or not work at all. In this case, just click the button again.
    6. Then click the Download ROM under ROM Management of ROM Manager and select CyanogenMod.
    7. Select the one you want. CM 6.0.0 are all Froyo 2.2 Release Candidates so may have bugs. CM 5.0.8 is the last stable release of Eclair 2.1
    8. In edition to downloading CM, make sure you download the corresponding Google Apps as CM does not include GApps for copyright and licensing issues.
    9. Afterwords, go back to the main menu and select "Install ROM from SD Card".
    10. Navigate to clockworkmod/download/mirror.kanged.net/... until you get to the ROM. It should be named somewhat like update-cm-6.0.0-N1-RC2-signed.zip
    11. Click on it and click Add Zip. Then navigate to clockworkmod/download/kanged.net/... until you get to the GApps. It should be named somewhat like gapps-hdpi-FRF91-2-signed.zip
    12. Click that and click OK.
    13. When it prompts, choose to backup before flashing and give the backup a name like "Stock N1 Rooted". Also choose to clear data and dalvik-cache.
    14. Wait. It'll reboot and go into the clockwork recovery and automatically queue and flash the two zips. Keep waiting until it reboots again.
    15. Welcome to Cyanogen Mod.

    Side-note: I'm not sure if clearing data and cache count as a full wipe. If these steps dont get you to a working CM rom, tell me and I'll post the non-automated way to do this.


    I was able to skip steps 9 through 12, it seemed to do that automatically.
    I did all as stated above and am stuck at #10. When I searched for "mirror.kanged.net" I can't find it. Any help or input would be appreciated.

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    Wait....something is happening....steps 9-12 may have been automatic.

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    Oh gosh, I am on edge! Its taking forever to load....is this normal? Its at the flashing X part.

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