razzmataz1478

[ROM][PA/AOKP M1/CM10]PAC-man v18.0 for the ZTE Skate[Updated 28/12]

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Ah OK. No Linux yet, so I'll grab a log when possible

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I'll do it. Meanwhile

DO NOT FLASH

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can try. adb wait-for-device && adb shell dmesg>dmesg.log

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Ah, boot doesn't even initiate. Awesome.

Yes it does, and surfaceflinger crashes...

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That's not good, right?

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Dammit....the green man....

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...should have read the NO FLASH warning a few post earlier...

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That's not good, right?

Basically means that it won't load the display.

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Basically means that it won't load the display.

fixable?

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fixable?

I don't know, I can't fully understand C++ and logcat yet but I've found the line the logs pointing to..

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SORRY I KNOW WHY IT WON'T BOOT I'VE KINDA MADE THE MOST RIDICULOUSLY STUPID MISTAKE EVER!

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Whoops. What was it?

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Whoops. What was it?

Forgot the vendor files :blush:

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That's never good. What does it do?

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When will the fixed rom be up? (sorry if this is bad english im from Germany :D )

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Forgot the vendor files :blush:

:lol: at least you know what you did

:D is that a full compile or not so harsh?

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:lol: at least you know what you did

:D is that a full compile or not so harsh?

I'm going to do another full compile because then I can fix mounting of sd-ext in recovery and they've also bumped up the version.

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I'm going to do another full compile because then I can fix mounting of sd-ext in recovery and they've also bumped up the version.

looking forward to trying :)

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Building PAC v19.00

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That's good. You must be very busy, this and CWM as well. How goes that?

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That's good. You must be very busy, this and CWM as well. How goes that?

When you do a full build it makes a recovery image as well.

But over the past few days I've downloaded the AOKP 4.2 source which I've yet to work on, CM10.1 which lalit is working on, and pac.

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Yow. Can I use an external hard drive to host my linux stuff, so that my normal hard drive stays windows? I'd like to take a look at some rom devving in more detail

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Yow. Can I use an external hard drive to host my linux stuff, so that my normal hard drive stays windows? I'd like to take a look at some rom devving in more detail

That should work just fine. Just make sure you flash GRUB onto the Windows HDD. I'd also recommend getting an SSD.

I have a VM though.

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That sounds slow. Think I'll go for a normal windows for now, then eventually get a larger hard drive and partition that

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