priusfan wrote:Bonjour John,
I tried also jb 4.2.1 on nexus 7 (because I forgot to cancel automatic updates).
the result is really bad regardind BT.
Could you, please, explain how you went back to V4.1.
I downloaded NRTv161, I updated the drivers, but I do not know what is the most efficient way for the following steps.
also I made another release for canion, rel is 54. please come back with comments.
Yes, I tried canion rel 54 this morning, I like the new fonts very much.
These are the steps to taking the Nexus 7 back from v4.2 to v4.1 as best as I can remember them.
1) The first step is to root the Nexus 7 - I used the Nexus Root Toolkit v1.6.0 which is here http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/
A description a a photo of it is here: http://bit.ly/UeU9QJ
2) Then using the Nexus Root Toolkit v1.6.0 do the following:
Backup your device
Root and add custom recovery to your device
unlock your current bootloader so you install a recovery app like clockworkmod.
3) Download the following from GooglePlay:
ROM Manager - by ClockworkMod
Root Checker Pro - by joeykrim
Superuser Elite - by ChainsDD or SuperSU - byChainfire
GooManager - by Snipanet Apps
OTA RootKeeper supercurio - by Project Voodoo
3) run Superuser or SuperSU app
4) Run Root Checker Pro on your device to make sure you actually have root access. Also be sure busybox is installed.
5) Run OTA RootKeeper to backup your root access (assuming you have it now).
6) Backup your current rom with the clockworkmod app.
7) Using the GooManager app download SmoothRom v4.1 and flash you device (wipe data and cache).
8) after you device reboots verify you have SmoothRom v4.1 and you still have root access.
9) it your system seems to working well do a backup of the current rom using clockworkmod.
Here is one of many articles describing the process: http://bit.ly/TI1rjM
John - 2012 Silver i-MiEV SE model, Jan 19th, 2012 w/OpenEvse, caniOn,& OVMS.