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Procedure last edited on 9/4/2012 (Thanks to sdrawkcab25 for help with various procedures herein) Due to major changes to the radios and bootloader since HTC Dev was introduced, this thread is now mostly applicable to those who went s-off back in the day and used the Unrevoked method to root and aquire s-off. Also, this is only written for those wanting to go back to full stock and s-on which is generally NOT recommended unless you are returning a phone and want no evidence of root activities. Note : Your SD card MUST be formatted to FAT32 before proceeding, if downgrading your radio for s-on and/or using option #1 . The PB31IMG files will not be recognized otherwise.
[Newbie Guide] adb/fastboot/bootloader/android 101
The Android 2.2 Froyo feature that most people have been looking forward to is likely official support for installing apps to the SD card. It’s something that many feel should have been included from the start, and I guess we’ve all gotten the dreaded “phone storage is getting low” notification on our Android devices at one point or the other.
Google may have run out of love for the Nexus One as far as Ice Cream Sandwich is concerned, but that doesn’t mean the legions of loyal Android developers have.
See this thread, it has pretty good information though you should augment it with some research. Gingerbread (Android 2.3.3) seems to disable SuperOneClick At the very end of the thread, someone posts a new One Click method that purports to work, so you may want to try that first.
There are tons of great reasons to root your Android phone , but once you do, you'll likely be overwhelmed with all the custom ROM options out there. Here's how to go about finding—and installing—the one that fits your needs.
We love Android, but rooting your phone can give you the opportunity to do so much more than your phone can do out of the box—whether its wireless tethering, speeding it up with overclocking, or customizing the look of your phone with themes.
Multitouch, custom ROMs, maybe even Sense UI on your Nexus One?
Everyone seems to appreciate it when we do guides and hacks so I thought it was time to film another.
Editor's note: Now updated for 2012 here! Get a new Android phone, or planning on getting one soon? There’s a lot you can do with a handset running Google's mobile OS, and you don’t want to just jump in and peruse the Internet until you properly set up and tweak the phone.
When I got my Nexus One, I took my 8GB Class 6 MicroSD out of my Hero, popped it into the Nexus and formatted it – assuming that I’d already backed up everything to my computer – how wrong I was!
How to view the files on your Nexus one SD card