rooting Nexus One phone issues

This is a discussion on rooting Nexus One phone issues within the Nexus One Tech Issues / Bug Reports forums, part of the Nexus One category; hi, I have rooted google nexus one phone with the steps given below. After rooting, phone is restarting for every 5 minutes. We analysed the ...

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    rooting Nexus One phone issues

    hi,

    I have rooted google nexus one phone with the steps given below. After rooting, phone is restarting for every 5 minutes. We analysed the log and found that "Netdconnector" exception. After this watch dof timeout is happening which is causing the this restarting issue. Please find the attached log file. Unable to attach lof file.

    Please help us with the solution with the detailed steps.

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Vijay

    Step 1: Unlock your bootloader



    In order to flash a new recovery image, you must unlock your bootloader. This process is quite simple, but it will wipe your phone.
    • Reboot phone into fastboot: Power off device and hold down trackball while powering back on. (The fastboot screen is the one with the Androids on skateboards)
    • Open a command prompt and navigate to your Android SDK tools folder.
    • Type ‘fastboot devices‘ to make sure your phone is recognized.
    • Type ‘fastboot oem unlock‘ to unlock the bootloader.
    • Use volume keys to navigate to yes and press the power button to confirm.
    Step 2: Flash a new recovery image



    Next we will download a new recovery image that allows us to flash custom zip packages.
    • <LI sizcache="2" sizset="44">Visit XDA and download Amon_RA’s recovery image for the Nexus One.
    • Copy the file to your Android SDK tools folder.
    • Open a command prompt and navigate to your Android SDK tools folder.
    • Type ‘fastboot flash recovery recovery-RA-nexus-v1.5.3.img‘. (Note filename will change as recovery image is updated)
    Step 3: Boot into recovery mode and flash N1 Addon

    Now that the new recovery image is installed, it is time to reboot into recovery mode and flash a custom zip package. Since your phone was just wiped, you might have to enable usb debugging again so ADB and fastboot commands will work.
    Double check: Go to Settings > Application settings > Development > USB debugging (enable)


    For this guide we will be flashing Cyanogen’s N1 Addon.
    • <LI sizcache="2" sizset="46">Visit XDA and download Cyanogen’s N1 Addon. (or any other custom .zip file you want to flash)
    • Copy the .zip file to the root directory of your SD card.
    • Open a command prompt and navigate to your Android SDK tools folder.
    • Type ‘adb reboot recovery‘ to reboot the phone into recovery mode. (The recovery screen says “Android system recovery” with green text on black background)
    • Use the trackball to navigate to “Flash zip from sdcard” and then select the zip file you wish to flash.
    • Follow the on screen instructions. Press the trackball to begin the flash when prompted.
    • When the flash is complete, navigate to reboot and press the trackball to reboot.
    Congratulations, you are finished and it is now time to download some root apps from the Android Market. Search the Market for SetCPU for Root Users, Nexus One Torch, or use the term “Nexus root” and see what you find.

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    Wipe and try again...

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    What version of Android are you running?

    That "Cyanogen’s N1 Addon" is for Android 2.0 (i.e., it's really, really OLD).

    Here is a note from that page: "This is meant to be flashed over top of your existing stock Nexus One firmware (make a backup first!). This is NOT a full custom ROM yet. I won't be releasing a full ROM until Google drops the 2.1 source code into AOSP."

    This means that cyanogen had not even gotten the 2.1 code yet (meaning that this is 2.0 stuff here).

    Flash a recent Android OS (I'd recommend CM7).

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