Updating rooted g1 phone

Having taken a Nandroid backup, you should always be able to restore that to get your phone up and running quickly.

Once your phone has restarted, you’ll need to restore your data and apps (assuming you did wipe the data as outlined above). It’ll handle the entire process for you — you don’t even need a custom recovery. To set it up, you need to grant the request for root access when you run it for the first time.

Your SD card will now be accessible via the computer as a removable drive.

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Your Google Pixel is now updated and rooted on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

Don’t forget to share if you managed to root Google Pixel using the latest Super SU and TWRP versions and if you liked the experience.

Here is a guide for how to update your T-Mobile G1 to the new and hotly anticipated Android 1.5 (Cupcake) firmware update, manually, instead of waiting for the OTA (over the air) update that could take weeks to fully rollout.

In this guide, we’ll take a look at two ways to flash a custom ROM.

One takes the manual approach, the other uses an Android app.

First off, you will need to download the update from the following link: Official US Android 1.5 update.

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