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  • hackajar
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    @TechnoWeenie Fixed! Thanks for feedback.

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  • TechnoWeenie
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    Originally posted by hackajar View Post
    Updated document with some consistency issues, shrunk PDF by 80%, notes about iPhone 4 micro SIM issues, and add special notes about T-Mobile/SIMpleTel and 3G (or lack there of)
    two phones - converted.. this doc helped a lot.

    one typo that slowed me down for a few minutes:

    h. Type fastboot.exe flash boot.img and press Enter

    should be:
    h. Type fastboot.exe flash boot boot.img and press Enter

    note the additional word "boot".

    TW

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  • hackajar
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    Updated document with some consistency issues, shrunk PDF by 80%, notes about iPhone 4 micro SIM issues, and add special notes about T-Mobile/SIMpleTel and 3G (or lack there of)

    Originally posted by hackajar View Post

    I consider this the "Ultimate" write-up! All notes from various sources are credited as needed. Enjoy!

    All links are from DropBox URL

    PDF of write-up
    http://db.tt/YM8URSuA

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  • Chris
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    This is awesome and super comprehensive. Great job.

    Originally posted by hackajar View Post
    Yet another NinjaTel MOD write-up.

    I consider this the "Ultimate" write-up! All notes from various sources are credited as needed. Enjoy!

    All links are from DropBox URL

    PDF of write-up
    http://db.tt/YM8URSuA

    Windows 7 Screenshots
    http://db.tt/65yyj5Wx

    NinjaTel Phone Screenshots
    http://db.tt/0q9DClAy

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  • hackajar
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    Yet another NinjaTel MOD write-up.

    I consider this the "Ultimate" write-up! All notes from various sources are credited as needed. Enjoy!

    All links are from DropBox URL

    PDF of write-up
    http://db.tt/YM8URSuA

    Windows 7 Screenshots
    http://db.tt/65yyj5Wx

    NinjaTel Phone Screenshots
    http://db.tt/0q9DClAy

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  • Chris
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    For anyone that is having a problem with the Ninjatel sending and receiving MMS I figured out the problem tonight. I will update my guide tomorrow and post a revision 2 (may even fix some typos) that has the fix info for AT&T and TMO. If you want the fix info for a different carrier included please let me know and I'll include that too.

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  • AlxRogan
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    Just a quick note, I decided to reflash the ninjatel rom and got the wifi and sip working with original ninja apps/dialer. I'll post details tomorrow.

    Thanks to Tacitus for the inspiration.

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  • Chris
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    Originally posted by astcell View Post
    Good write up. Now someone should make a realtime Youtube video of doing it for realz!
    I might be able to get around to doing that on Wednesday evening. Too much going on between now and then. I am TOTALLY fine if someone else does it first though.

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  • astcell
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    Good write up. Now someone should make a realtime Youtube video of doing it for realz!

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  • Chris
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    My full guide and writeup to the flashing the Ninjatel is at https://defcon.hackingyour.net/FlashingyourNinjatel.pdf

    I tried to make it as detailed and step by step as possible and to credit everyone that worked on this over the weekend while we tried to get these working the way we wanted.

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  • Deviant Ollam
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    i put CyanogenMod ver 9 on my phone and it took to it just fine. i'll get some links together in a bit. for the doubters, i put up this video.

    the first clip in there is just showing the stock CM9 boot sequence (which in and of itself is pretty snappy) but then you can see that i had to do a little modding to keep it more ninja-y ;-)


    if you'd like that boot animation, you can grab it here. the loop effect is a little hacky (a few repeated frames) because it was being fussy, but you can tweak and mod that as much as you wish.

    getting sound to work is a whole other beast and sometimes phones are a lot more fussy there.

    enjoy!

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  • Chris
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    303's very own Teabag hacked up the myOneVrc3 rom to include the NinjaTel Apps and Logos, etc. You can see the install instructions at https://defcon.hackingyour.net/install.txt and the ROM is at https://defcon.hackingyour.net/myNinjaONEv_RC3.1.zip

    The install.txt is Teabag's email reformatted only with the link to my site so his doesn't get beaten to death. Enjoy and buy Teabag booze next year.

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  • Chris
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    A lot of us have been working on modifying/customizing these on twitter hashtag #ninjatel

    We are all going to get our writeups on here today/tonight as well.

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  • Chris
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    Just an FYI. I got my NinjaTel working like a champ. Voice, sms, and data. I'll post my full walkthrough up tomorrow, but it is VERY easy if you already have an AT&T SIM.

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  • AlxRogan
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    Originally posted by Chris View Post
    Awesome. This is a great starting point.
    Did you have any problems using HTC Sync in a VM? Or did you do it native?
    I used the HTC Drivers on a Win 7 64 VM with no problem. After my initial success I went back to try and break it, and I used the android-sdk under Ubuntu 12.04. Successful on breaking and re-fixing. :)

    Right now I've gotten SIP calling using Google Voice, SipDroid, and PBXes.org free account over Wifi (U-verse & tethered at&t iphone). I'm trying out the built-in ICS functionality for SIP calling, but the quality options are nonexistent, and I think the SipDroid client is smoother with better echo correction.

    Wifi/SIP Calling
    • Use Google Voice (GV) account that also has GMail/GChat enabled (my first GV did not have this, and it was a bitch to figure out), sign into Android using this account.
    • Sign into GV App using this same account, skip all the voicemail stuff
    • Download Sipdroid from Play Store
    • Launch Sipdroid, if you're signed in to GV AND have the Google account setup under 'Settings | Accounts' you will see a button on the bottom to setup a PBXes.org account.
    • On the screen, create/accept the username it provides, enter THE SAME PASSWORD YOU USE FOR GV/GMAIL/GCHAT, verify your GV user account is listed correctly. *OBVIOUS SECURITY WARNING HERE, YOU'RE TRUSTING PBXES.ORG WITH YOUR GOOGLE CREDS*
    • Click Create...wait a few until it returns you to the main screen. You should see a light appear in the status bar, first Yellow, then Green (hopefully) to successfully register your phone.
    • Check out the Sipdroid | Settings menu for things like Handset Gain to reduce echo, ensure that the highest quality codecs are selected, and that the Improve Voice box is checked. I also set the Preferred Call Type to Sipdroid only.



    One of several references:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1791957
    (http://binglongx.wordpress.com/2011/...oid-phones-ii/)

    Again, I'm having a blast with this awesome phone!
    Last edited by AlxRogan; August 3, 2012, 19:00.

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