After 3 days trying it looks not possible for me to do this proces.
I have the VEGA-tablet with CM7 nightly installed.
The Clockwork recovery is installed.
I flashed VTL.Launcher and I only see a bootloop.
This is now for 3 days trying with the back-button 2 seconds, then the powerbutton 2 seconds, releasing power and after 2 seconds releasing power.
There is no way that I can further.
Is there something else I can try?
This solution is unlikely to work anyway, unless VTL flashes a different kernel, this won't fix it.
The most obvious (potential) reason for this is that VTL deletes the stock launcher and then installs itself. If your download was corrupt in some way, you may be left with no launcher.
There are a few ways to proceed.
1. Firstly, do you have the download link of VTL? If I can see what it does, I can try and see what went wrong and try and find a nice solution that doesn't involve losing data.
2. If you do not, then if it is the problem I said above, then you should still be able to drop into a shell. You could try entering the following into a terminal :
adb wait-for-device; adb install -r <A LAUNCHER APK THAT ISN'T VTL - THE STOCK ONE MAYBE?>
Enter that, plug your device in, and turn it on normally. That will try to install the other launcher providing the device can boot so far. This is a nice solution. If this works, your data will be preserved and everyone is happy
== (Try the above before these, these involve some description of "rolling back" your data) ==
3. Do you have a past CWM backup? If you do, you can restore that using one of the tools on my website (sig)
4. If you don't, then restoring stock is always an option ^^
Note : there's only so much I can do to help as I don't have the device any more! But I'll try my best ^^