Simple SDK setup guide

This is a discussion on Simple SDK setup guide within the Nexus One Development & Hacking forums, part of the Nexus One category; The apk actually seems to be the most reliable method. Just back up your card, and you should be good to go (I believe it ...

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    The apk actually seems to be the most reliable method. Just back up your card, and you should be good to go (I believe it can wipe the entire card, though it may be specific to just some models of phone)

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    perhaps I might try the APK. I really want to avoid ruining my nexus one!

    To back up the SD card, do you suggest using an app to accomplish this? Or can I mount the SD card in Windows/Linux and just RAR everything and save it on my computer and then unrar it all back onto the SD card should anything happen.. RARing would be best since it should preserve all the file permissions?
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    .:. phoneStats .:.
    .:. Nexus One
    .:. version 2.3.4
    .:. build number GRJ22
    .:. ROOT - Stock Gingerbread img
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    .:. Update from Gingerbread 2.3.3 to 2.3.4 and maintain root

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    In windows I just hook up via USB and copy everything to a folder on the PC, then drag it back to restore...

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    wicked!
    sorry for all the questions.
    I very much appreciate your help!

    Will report back once I get a chance to try the APK
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    .:. phoneStats .:.
    .:. Nexus One
    .:. version 2.3.4
    .:. build number GRJ22
    .:. ROOT - Stock Gingerbread img
    ...................
    .:. Update from Gingerbread 2.3.3 to 2.3.4 and maintain root

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    thank you sir! going to read through and get a feel for what to expect
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    .:. phoneStats .:.
    .:. Nexus One
    .:. version 2.3.4
    .:. build number GRJ22
    .:. ROOT - Stock Gingerbread img
    ...................
    .:. Update from Gingerbread 2.3.3 to 2.3.4 and maintain root

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    Hi Danger,

    Thanks for the guide. But I got stuck twice!

    I wonder if there's any solutions for the below. I keep getting:

    [-] sendmsg() failed?

    /kk

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    Not sure if it will help, but you can try running this batch:
    http://db.tt/47wllyb

    Just place in the same folder as Gingerbreak on your PC, check your phone is connected with "adb devices", then double click the batch file...

    DO NOT CLOSE THE COMMAND WINDOW WHEN THE BATCH HAD FINISHED.

    The batch will get you to the temp root stage, so you will still have to continue in the same command window to achieve perm root...

    This was work in progress, it looks ugly, but it worked for me...

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    Hmm.. Did not really work. Maybe I did something wrong there. :\

    Anyways, I ended up unlocking the bootloader (fastboot oem unlock). But when I check the status of my root using Root Checker the result says:

    Root Access is not properly configured or was not granted.

    Standard su binary location:
    /system/xbin/su: No such file or directory

    SU binary not found in the system declared PATH


    Is there anything to do with the prior usage of the temp root? Anyways to resolve this? :S

    Thanks a bunch!

    Note : Busybox was OK.

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    Unlocking the bootloader does not give you root access, it just gives you a quick way to get root access...

    Download these and place on your SD card:
    http://db.tt/Os057nC
    http://db.tt/cp7De8G

    Install a custom recovery:
    fastboot flash recovery name-of-recovery.img
    (use the name of the recovery file)

    Boot into recovery:
    fastboot boot name-of-recovery.img

    Flash the files from above through recovery...

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