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Dec
13
comment 'Clock' app does not show up in Running Applications
If it's part of the system, can developers access this Clock app? For instance I am creating an alarm application, should it be possible to hookup the alarms from my application to the system Clock app?
Dec
13
asked 'Clock' app does not show up in Running Applications
Oct
26
comment Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
@Chahk - thank-you, yes when I press Power+Volume Up then I am in bootloader mode, and when I select Reboot bootloader it quickly reboots into this same bootloader mode. I see Fastboot mode and Lock state - unlocked in red letters at the top. Unfortunately in this state, typing fastboot devices still returns nothing.
Oct
26
comment Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
@Chahk - thank-you, but how do I get into fastboot mode? The only options I see are Reboot bootloader, Reboot, Recovery, Power Off
Oct
26
comment Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
I appreciate all the help, unfortunately I receive the error: error: failed to load 'update.zip'. I then tried fastboot devices and it comes up empty, though adb devices works fine - sigh!! I will have to keep at it
Oct
26
comment Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
Okay - when I connect my phone to my PC and run my Android app, I can open up the DDMS view in Eclipse, and I see the File Explorer. In here I see a folder /mnt/sdcard, and my update zip file is here (though I do not see a /mnt/sdcard/external_sd folder)
Oct
26
comment Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
Yes it looks like its an AOSP thing, I wasn't able to find any kind of File Manager type app on here. Also I don't have the Marketplace nor can I connect to a network, so I won't be able to get AndExplorer unfortunately :(
Oct
26
comment Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
Thank-you, I have the GT-i9020T, I tried your first link, ie GTi9020t however I still receive the same error :( I believe my bootloader is unlocked, when I go into the bootloader it says: Lock State - Unlocked. I do not have access to the File Manager to check that it is in /sdcard/, however when I plug in my phone to my PC, I dump the file in the first folder that appears, presumably this is the root of the /sdcard/.
Oct
26
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Oct
26
comment Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
Thanks! I wasn't sure how to do this (I'm new to android.stackexchange so I may not have enough privileges yet to do this!)
Oct
26
asked Unable to restore stock OS on Nexus S
Oct
26
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