OTA update falling short after rooting phone
I have actually an opened Nexus One that I rooted to remove a system application (Twitter ), today the OTA system upgrade falls short with the message
Verifying current system ... assert failed: apply_patch_check("/system/app/Twitter.apk", "<long hex string>") E:Error in /cache/c8847c98b948.signed-passion-FRG83-fromFR91.c8847c98.zip (status 7)
Un-rooting the tool does not appear to repair this. Exists even more to getting rid of a system application than doing a 'rm' of the.apk? As an example, exists some arrangement documents that additionally requires patching?
What wound up working was re - mounting the supply Nexus One (a.k.a. Passion) photo. There appear to be numerous various means to return to a supply installment, yet what benefited me was:
- Download the
PASSIMG_Passion_.zipdocuments from shipped-roms.com
- Re - name the documents
passimg.zipand also duplicate it to the SD card using USB
- Booted right into hboot (hold the quantity down switch while powering on the phone)
- Selected 'yes' when asked if hboot needs to install the photo
The above actions were motivated by this blog post in the XDA - Developers discussion forum. After doing this, OTA updates began functioning once more.
It resembles you require to re - add the Twitter.apk, upgrade, after that remove it once more. Have you attempted that? The spot itself is searching for that apk for the upgrade (not exactly sure if you can transform the spot given that it is possibly authorized?).