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

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I've updated the guide for people wanting to use link2sd. The method can be used to share apps between the ROMs.

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That's pretty useful. Lots of people will appreciate this :D

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I'm reporting this problem (happened 2 times):

I have dual boot with Mokee and CFX10. It switches normally in the beginning. I spend some time in CFX10 and when I try to switch to Mokee it prints something about out of memory etc at the terminal and then it prints "successfully writen etc." and then reboots. Now I'm stuck at green android logo and have to reset. Thank got I have backup from Mokee...

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Ah. I know how to fix that. Will be updated soon. Thanks for the report.

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No prob! Thnx for you effort!

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i'm wondering if possible to make a simple 2 buttons app to switching ROMS by that app :)

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Aww yeah an app alredy for this :-) would be good if wat you have to do to partion etc etc would be good as an app

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Cud i restore clockworkmod backups on this if i swaped boot.img over etc etc.????

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Im tryin to do tbis mod but even before i start wat script and boot image to use for cfx2 to be on sdcard hope sum1 replys quickly ;-)

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Does the app do most of this for us?

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Does the app do most of this for us?

The app does everything, I can't male it work though...

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It broke my 4gb SD card :( windows doesn't recognise it now, and EaseUS won't pick up the other partitions

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It broke my 4gb SD card :( windows doesn't recognise it now, and EaseUS won't pick up the other partitions

Connect it to your Pi

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Ah ok. Then?

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Ah ok. Then?

Is it recognised? Try and use gParted to recover the filesystem....

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It is recognised, but I have no way of deleting partitions. gParted gives 4 partitions.

SD Card recovered, now to start again

Now to format SD card and get it working in phone. What's default format?

Edited by utternoob
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It is recognised, but I have no way of deleting partitions. gParted gives 4 partitions.

SD Card recovered, now to start again

Now to format SD card and get it working in phone. What's default format?

fat32

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Doesn't seem to be working. Can't download anything, but I can mount it.

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Making JB my nand rom, will a gapps modify be necessary?

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Right bow the gapps modify doesn't work. I'm releasing a new version of the app today.

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Ok, leave it for now then? About to start the whole process

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Hold off because I might release a cm10 update as well.

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Ok will do. What to do now then :S all set up and raring to go

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I have tried this guide with mokeeOs and ColdFusion2. When I install mokeeOs all is ok, but when I install ColdFusion2 I get permission errors at end of installation:

** Setting permissions **

set_perm: some changes failed

E:Error in /sdcard/cm-10-20120819-Experimental-skate-ColdFusionX2-tilal699.zip

(Status 7)

Installation aborted.

When I try to switch room, it just reboots to mokeOs.

Can somebody upload prepared files for mokeeOs and ColdFusion2? I have followed the guide completly 2 times with same result.

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