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; Originally Posted by danger-rat If you can wipe data and cache and uninstall, then just do it from there... Should I use ES File Explorer, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    If you can wipe data and cache and uninstall, then just do it from there...
    Should I use ES File Explorer,
    ES Task manager
    ES security manager
    ES bookmark manager

    because there is nothing calles eStrongs?

    thanks for you time....i really appreciate it.

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    You could use any one of a number of apps, like Root installer, Root Manager, estrongs (ES) file manager, Titanium, etc.

    You just need to remove the app then re-install it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    You could use any one of a number of apps, like Root installer, Root Manager, estrongs (ES) file manager, Titanium, etc.

    You just need to remove the app then re-install it...
    settings>applications>manage applications>all>youtube 2.1.6, aaplication=500kb, data=zero, cache=zero, all commands are greyed out.

    ES File Manager/Estrongs can't find it in the nexus one. So I can't delete manually.
    Tried reloading from PC. Wont work.
    ....feel quite lost....

    But you have been of great help. And now I feel a little guilty bothering you. Sorry.

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    Use Root Explorer, find the installed apk in either /data/app or /system/app and delete it. You may have to mount as RW (read/write).

    Reboot, then reinstall...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Use Root Explorer, find the installed apk in either /data/app or /system/app and delete it. You may have to mount as RW (read/write).

    Reboot, then reinstall...
    Hi...
    YouTube is not showing in /data/app or data/system/...
    but it is showing in listings. one can't make any changes/deletions there.

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    Sent you a PM - let me know how you get on...

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    Help 2.3.4 | broken power button :(

    Can someone please help me? I have a nexus one with a broken power button running android 2.3.4 -- how can i be able to root?

    I need root to get trackball wake, but I can't root because i cannot turn on my phone with the power button and trackball. I tried using gingerbreak, but it does not work for 2.3.4; only 2.3.3.

    Is there any way that I can possibly downgrade and use gingerbreak? I am currently using the light lock method, but i can never seem to unlock it after i lock it.

    Please anyone I need some help

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    Try this:
    ND1Razor: How to: Root Android 2.3.4 (Nexus One)

    If you need to boot the phone, just plug in a charger, pull the battery then reinsert the battery and the phone should boot (may take a few times). If you hold the trackball at the same time while doing this, it has the same effect as using the power button and trackball...

    Post back with any problems...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Try this:
    ND1Razor: How to: Root Android 2.3.4 (Nexus One)

    If you need to boot the phone, just plug in a charger, pull the battery then reinsert the battery and the phone should boot (may take a few times). If you hold the trackball at the same time while doing this, it has the same effect as using the power button and trackball...

    Post back with any problems...
    @danger-rat, I followed everything in the guide you send me but i have encountered a problem on
    step 14 : Boot into recovery

    I was no able to boot into recovery as I cannot select the option since my power button is broken. What am I to do now?

    I found this thread on the cyanogenmod forum where you also responded to another user who has the same problem here:[SOLVED] load recovery image without power button and fix reboot loop after installing cyanogenmod and wrong google apps version, on Nexus One - CyanogenMod Forum still have no idea how to do what you or the author is saying to do. I am not familiar with the android sdk at all. please help me!

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    If you are at step 14, you should already have ROM Manager installed. There is an option in ROM Manager to boot into recovery. You can also use Quick Boot from the Market to boot into recovery...

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