Downgrading gingerbread 2.34

This is a discussion on Downgrading gingerbread 2.34 within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Never tried it,I only use the passimg method,but ask around and search there's lots of good people that will help you. Start in the hacking ...

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    Senior Member 40ftcobb's Avatar
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    Never tried it,I only use the passimg method,but ask around and search there's lots of good people that will help you.
    Start in the hacking and development threads.
    Sorry I couldn't be more helpful and good luck

    Sent from my HTC Desire using Tapatalk

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    No.. u have been very helpful.. even though not successful, but I did learn something like opening bootloader page..

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    Check to make sure that the file is not a zip in a zip because then you need to extract the first zip and then flash the one inside.

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    The phone is finding the file (so the file name must be right), but it doesn't like it. Might be because of a few reasons, such as zip in a zip, wrong image, etc.

    Try this file: Passion-FRG33.zip - Google, Nexus, One,, N1,, Passion,, FRG33
    Download to you PC.
    If you the .zip extension, then rename the file PASSIMG.zip
    If you don't see the .zip extension, then rename the file PASSIMG

    Move to your SD card, and try again...

    Watch the case of the file name (PASSIMG, not Passimg or passimg, etc). It doesn't matter most of the time, but occasionally it does...

    If that doesn't work, we'll try another file, then another, etc...

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    Guess what .. my problem solved.. thanks 40ftcobb,danger-rat, Dude Random21.. it is because of the zip in zip, before this I never thought of checking this.. thank you very much.. now I have FROYO 2.2 on my device..

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    Senior Member 40ftcobb's Avatar
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    Awesome glad you got it figured out

    Sent from my HTC Desire using Tapatalk

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    For anyone who wants another easy method to root 2.3.4, just look at this site. I did it on BOTH my nexus ones, and it took about 10 minutes.

    Root Nexus One with Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread | Chen Sun's blog

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    Yes - unlocking the bootloader always has, and always will work. That's why the bootloader has the ability to be unlocked...

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