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Aarash

How to install android on SD card without access to my storage?

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My storage has problem, And became read-only. I can't copy any file to it.

Is there anyway to install Android on I8000 without any use of My storage? I see a lot of people has this problem and No one ask for a solution! :(

I have a SD card 8gb Class 10. Please tell me How install on SD without any file on My storage.

I want to use Rom_FrenkieDroid_v6_2. (Any suggestion? :blush: )

Thanks

Regards

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Hi

My storage has problem, And became read-only. I can't copy any file to it.

Is there anyway to install Android on I8000 without any use of My storage? I see a lot of people has this problem and No one ask for a solution! :(

I have a SD card 8gb Class 10. Please tell me How install on SD without any file on My storage.

I want to use Rom_FrenkieDroid_v6_2. (Any suggestion? :blush: )

Thanks

Regards

I think you should reflash WinMo rom: this will repartition your my storage and you sould be able to install frenkiedroid. I suggest you utilize version 7: this is the last and the best

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No bro, I did all software work to repair my, My storage. but it didn't repair! I need a way to install Android without any use of My storage...

Please help

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install it manually. using a linux distro are many explanations how to do it in this forum as:

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I need more details if possible?

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