tilal6991

[MOD] Dual Boot on the ZTE Skate [Updated - 09/08]

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The fat partition should be prymary?

yes

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This is my mistake.

Other ext3 partitions are logicall?

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All the partitions should be primary.

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Now just to extend the power-off menu of ROMs being used ;)

Just what I was thinking lol.

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When I Flash the roms, i should flash the Gapps For CFX2??

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When I Flash the roms, i should flash the Gapps For CFX2??

When you've done everything, replace the updater script in the gapps with the one from the second post and flash.

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But, with this updater script when I install gapps it formats system and data's sd

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And what to do when i want link2sd on each rom or can i increase data partition of sdcard rom and create one for nand rom?

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And what to do when i want link2sd on each rom or can i increase data partition of sdcard rom and create one for nand rom?

You should be able to have a shared ext partition,but obviously there will be conflicts with things like the YouTube capo and others which are meant for desperate versions of android.

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When I type commands on terminal emulator nothing happens :S

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But, with this updater script when I install gapps it formats system and data's sd

Try the attached one and report back.

updater-script.zip

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When I type commands on terminal emulator nothing happens :S

Which rom you are trying to boot?sd card or NAND?

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Okk will try this.

I'm trying to boot NAND rom

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Okk will try this.

I'm trying to boot NAND rom

have you cd the multiboot directory?

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Yes, I type:

su

cd /sdcard/multiboot

sh bootnand.sh

Is this correct??

Thanks for your help :)

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@[email protected] Your script works =)

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Yes, I type:

su

cd /sdcard/multiboot

sh bootnand.sh

Is this correct??

Thanks for your help :)

It's correct try it closing the terminal emulator and reopen it.

Any way did you try the attached updater-script?

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Where is the SD card ROM's boot IMG installed to?

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Where is the SD card ROM's boot IMG installed to?

No.It's not installed to any different partition.When the script is executed,it just writes the boot partition and this makes easy ROMs swapping.

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No.It's not installed to any different partition.When the script is executed,it just writes the boot partition and this makes easy ROMs swapping.

Right, so every time you execute the script the boot partition is rewritten?

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yes.

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I've updated the guide to make things clearer in places.

I've also added the bootsd.img and updater-script to use Mokee as an SD card ROM.

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Awesome - just popping out to buy a bigger SD card.

As always, to all the clever Devs that made this happen - huge thanks

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