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

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razzmataz1478    278
I looked in boot folder, all that's in the zip is an updater script. Noting else. Not even a binary

Try again and when I moved the zip to the root of the SD card it worked.

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utternoob    121

I tried 5at. Will try again on H3 Blues using JB as the imaged rom

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razzmataz1478    278
Worked. Flash Loop Rom after creating gapps?

I think so but i got an assert boot image error when flashing.

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tilal6991    4,024

Yeah that's really not a surprise since you got a half baked debug release. Uninstall the apk I gave you, install the 4.1 apk and do the process again.

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utternoob    121

Just to be sure, is it loop rom then boot image or other way round. Tried boot image first and then rom but it didn't work

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timoti111    7

I cant get it to work. I am allways getting status 7 error in CWM. I do this:

1. CM7 and gapps on root of SD

2. In FusionXMultiBoot 4.2.0 I choose CM7 300mb system and 1000 data

3. Than Gapps

4. Than when I'am flashing Loop CM7 from multiboot folder i get Status 7 Error.

Edited by timoti111

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tilal6991    4,024

ROM then gapps then boot. All created with the 4.1 release.

I really need to write a guide for all this. That's my priority now lol. I've been putting it off for too long.

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tilal6991    4,024
I cant get it to work. I am allways getting status 7 error in CWM. I do this:

1. CM7 and gapps on root of SD

2. In FusionXMultiBoot 4.2.0 I choose CM7 300mb system and 1000 data

3. Than Gapps

4. Than when I'am flashing Loop CM7 from multiboot folder i get Status 7 Error.

No idea. I've never had a status 7. Don't use 4.2 though.

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utternoob    121

Hmm. Don't think gapps was created. Not sure why. What should gapps be called? I linked it to boot image for cfx 2. Create again?

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utternoob    121

Gapps created fine, installed ok, but then didn't boot, even after going through proper procedure

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razzmataz1478    278
You've mistyped either the system or data image in the finalisation tab.

And if I want to use the nand data?

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razzmataz1478    278
You cant. Its just the way it is for now I'm afraid. It may change in a future version.

Right, I thought so. I've just created another loop ROM (cm7) and stuck at the splash...again.

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razzmataz1478    278

Recovery log: http://pastebin.com/Z2RXSWVR

Looks like there's no one home:

C:\Users\Ryan\android-sdk\platform-tools>adb shell

- exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: No such file or directory (2) -

Edited by razzmataz1478

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Verhaaltjes    25

Really would like to try this one, as I jump ROMs regularly, but by the looks of it, it is still quite hard to get working. Has anyone else got it succesffully running?

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tilal6991    4,024
Recovery log: http://pastebin.com/Z2RXSWVR

Looks like there's no one home:

C:\Users\Ryan\android-sdk\platform-tools>adb shell
- exec '/system/bin/sh' failed: No such file or directory (2) -[/code]

Log looks good. Try flashing the boot image in sdcard/multiboot/boot-images

If that still doesn't work post the boot.img of the created rom.

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dc72    1

Do the ROMs in the second post specifically have to go in either the SD card or nand? I was going to use H3 Blues on one and PA on the other so which should go on the nand and which on the SD please?

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