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Release Announcements / Re: Bootlace 2.0.4 Released
« on: October 13, 2010, 07:35:29 PM »
Thanks nickp666 & ddominator, I was able to update using the wiki to Iboot 1.0.3. Android  halts several things know when booting. But Im not where I can download and install. Will do so this evening.

The bootlace install process, and wiki steps have been awesome for bringing life back to my 2g.  So big thanks to devs and supporters in the forums.

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Release Announcements / Re: Bootlace 2.0.4 Released
« on: October 13, 2010, 01:03:44 PM »
Showing 0.1 on the console screen, thanks for the prompt reply Ill get right on to updating. Much appreciated

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Release Announcements / Re: Bootlace 2.0.4 Released
« on: October 13, 2010, 12:45:46 PM »
I used cydia to update my bootlace to 2.0.4, afterwards installed idroid 1.0.3. I boot then choose my Open Iboot Console. Holding the home button for 2 seconds I will end up a half screen with "Welcome to open Iboot" nothing from there. If I dont hold the home button it stops on "Welcome to open Iboot" as well but this time its jumbled. Leave it sit on either and no change.

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iPhone 2G / Re: Apps
« on: April 25, 2010, 01:49:09 PM »
This really doesnt = installation of the apk It is just transferring a file. Since there is a difference between the files android vs apis  in the end once transferred it wont show. Or it will but not actually run. When a file transfers you get the info  and progress in terminal.

Quote from: "romeoz"
As soon as I get it working I'll make a video. Now I type in this and the cursor goes to the next line and just blinks. Still nothing on my phone

That part took me a long while:

So when you do the tools/adb connect xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:5555    (x's replaced with your iphone 2g ip address)
You get the message connected  or already connected to (ip address)? if so again verify that wifi is connected and showing on the phone.
(Side note that had me all screwed up for a bit the main top bar displays cell bars by default. The wifi symbol is a dot with wave radiating up, additionally the wifi settings should show connected.)

If your getting connected and wifi shows take a few steps back and verify the directory, file, name, and ext. I was getting those same results when input wrong or mis-typed info into terminal.

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iPhone 2G / Re: Apps
« on: April 25, 2010, 05:16:37 AM »
When you say nothing you mean terminal just sits there  cursor nothing going on? if thats the case. I ran in to that several times as well, usualy caused by my phone locking had to unlock then check and verify the wifi was connected.

Then run the adb items. Also noted some extra spaces in your code I assume thats not in your terminal right. I have to be ranked as little experience for sure but if I can help I will.

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iPhone 2G / Re: Apps
« on: April 25, 2010, 04:33:57 AM »
Even though you extracted the sdk file to home, double check it is not buried in its own directory:

i.e. you may have to cd /home/android-sdk-linux_86/

from there you should be able to run

tools/adb "which ever commands"

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