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No, this will still work, there is a hack in VegaComb which bypasses the /cache partition when installing large apps and forces it to cache to the SDCard instead. This functionality will remain the same :blink:

I should really think about adding this hack in to Corvus5, do people have issues installing large apps on that?

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Yes - to install Samurai THD I had to do the messing round with partition sizes etc. If this can be patched - great!

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No, this will still work, there is a hack in VegaComb which bypasses the /cache partition when installing large apps and forces it to cache to the SDCard instead. This functionality will remain the same :blink:

I should really think about adding this hack in to Corvus5, do people have issues installing large apps on that?

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Nice to know ... thanks newbe

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Hi there everyone

I've Just flashed this and put my curvus5 and sp1 backup on, how can I tell if it's worked as I have checked all the volumes and they seem to be the same.

Thank you for any replies

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When you say (flash this in nVflash recovery mode) please could some one explain a little bit more as i am new to this. Many Thanks.

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If i'm using Beta 1.6, i first have to reflash to the modded stock, and then reflash to beta 1.7?
Do i have to delete dalvik cache?

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If i'm using Beta 1.6, i first have to reflash to the modded stock, and then reflash to beta 1.7?
Do i have to delete dalvik cache?


You can either:

Flash ModdedStock immediately in nVflash (losing all your settings)
Flash VegaComb 1.7 Full package

or

Nandroid backup VegaComb 1.6
Flash ModdedStock through nVflash
Nandroid Restore VegaComb 1.6
Upgrade to 1.7 using the upgrade patch

There you go!

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You can either:

Flash ModdedStock immediately in nVflash (losing all your settings)
Flash VegaComb 1.7 Full package

or

Nandroid backup VegaComb 1.6
Flash ModdedStock through nVflash
Nandroid Restore VegaComb 1.6
Upgrade to 1.7 using the upgrade patch

There you go!

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wen u say losing all settings do u mean losing basically apps :L
and wuld i go about flashing the modded stock the same way i wuld the normal stock?

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wen u say losing all settings do u mean losing basically apps :L
and wuld i go about flashing the modded stock the same way i wuld the normal stock?

NVflash is the way you flash back to stock ( advent ) rom by using the button combo given on the myadventvega website and then using this flash image instead of the advent stock one,so it will wipe everything and overwrite with the new rom , hence as newbe5 said earlier do a cwm backup then NVflash this rom, then do a cwm restore and everything is back as before you nvflashed but with the new partition size. Flashing wont affect your sd card where you keep your back ups

Edited by premieral, 08 July 2011 - 04:29 PM.

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NVflash is the way you flash back to stock ( advent ) rom by using the button combo given on the myadventvega website and then using this flash image instead of the advent stock one,so it will wipe everything and overwrite with the new rom , hence as newbe5 said earlier do a cwm backup then NVflash this rom, then do a cwm restore and everything is back as before you nvflashed but with the new partition size. Flashing wont affect your sd card where you keep your back ups


i cant find cwm on the market, is it the recovery button near the shut down icon?

sorry if i sound a bit nooby, havent flashed in a while :blink:

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i cant find cwm on the market, is it the recovery button near the shut down icon?

sorry if i sound a bit nooby, havent flashed in a while :huh:

sorry Adam if you havent already installed clockwork mod recovery you can install it through rom manager which is available in the market, but most of the newer roms come with cwm or rom manager now i think so you probably have it.
It is the option to boot into recovery that will put you into CWM recovery mode if you have it :blink:

oops just noticed you ask if its the recovery button near the shutdown icon so if you mean when you press power and it brings options to shutdown, reboot, etc then yes that is teh recovery you need.
then choose backup and it will do it for you

Edited by premieral, 08 July 2011 - 04:38 PM.

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sorry Adam if you havent already installed clockwork mod recovery you can install it through rom manager which is available in the market, but most of the newer roms come with cwm or rom manager now i think so you probably have it.
It is the option to boot into recovery that will put you into CWM recovery mode if you have it :blink:

oops just noticed you ask if its the recovery button near the shutdown icon so if you mean when you press power and it brings options to shutdown, reboot, etc then yes that is teh recovery you need.
then choose backup and it will do it for you


ok, so i, in order
1. either download rom manager and put cwm on from there, or click recovery in the options wen i hold down the power button.
2. then i perform a nanodriod back up
3. then i go return bk to the rom and put into nvflash
4. then i flash the modded stock over
5. then i perform a nanodriod restore
6. then i flash 1.7 ( wuld i do it the normal way? eg, delete dalvik, cache partition...)
:huh:
am i correct?

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ok, so i, in order
1. either download rom manager and put cwm on from there, or click recovery in the options wen i hold down the power button.
2. then i perform a nanodriod back up
3. then i go return bk to the rom and put into nvflash
4. then i flash the modded stock over
5. then i perform a nanodriod restore
6. then i flash 1.7 ( wuld i do it the normal way? eg, delete dalvik, cache partition...)
:blink:
am i correct?

That is right mate, and from looking through an other thread it looks like your running vegacomb so you already have cwm just select reboot to recovery when pressing power button. the rest is spot on except if you are in 1.6 you can just install the update patch from 1.6 to 1.7 and only need wipe the dalvik :huh: good luck have fun im off home now to have a go myself so allowing for a 2 hr journey i should be enjoying newbe5s talents about 8.00pm :)

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That is right mate, and from looking through an other thread it looks like your running vegacomb so you already have cwm just select reboot to recovery when pressing power button. the rest is spot on except if you are in 1.6 you can just install the update patch from 1.6 to 1.7 and only need wipe the dalvik :blink: good luck have fun im off home now to have a go myself so allowing for a 2 hr journey i should be enjoying newbe5s talents about 8.00pm :)


but i dont hav the modded stock rom, so i need to do that first.
yeh same, i just need to figure out wat way im going to flash this over :huh:
but shuld hav it done by this evening :P

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FYI (as I've just learnt the hard way)

If / when you flash 1.10MOD, you will NOT be able to Nandroid restore if your backed up system partition cannot fit in the new size. AFAIK, this means that unless you have at least 30Mb free before you backup, you will not be able to restore unless you flash Advent 1.10

I'm very happy to be corrected on this but having just done VegaComb 1.7 install & tried to restore my previous Corvus5 image, I'm having to re-flash Advent 1.10 to reset the partition sizes in order to restore.

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FYI (as I've just learnt the hard way)

If / when you flash 1.10MOD, you will NOT be able to Nandroid restore if your backed up system partition cannot fit in the new size. AFAIK, this means that unless you have at least 30Mb free before you backup, you will not be able to restore unless you flash Advent 1.10

I'm very happy to be corrected on this but having just done VegaComb 1.7 install & tried to restore my previous Corvus5 image, I'm having to re-flash Advent 1.10 to reset the partition sizes in order to restore.


Your 100% right with this, sorry maybe I should have been clearer :/ TBH the best bet is to use Titanium Backup, then flash 1.7 and restore from titanium, but if you have > 35mb space on /data before you backup, you should be fine :blink:

Hope this setup is working for people! I know it can be a little confusing, but it should be worth it in the long-run!

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Hey guys, slight problemo.
I tried to put the modded 1.10 rom on the vega using cwm
but wen i try it just says installation aborted?
anyway to fix this?
i tried to do it via computer, but it wont let me, it wont recognize my vega, so wen i double click the modded stock it dosent start flashing.
thanks
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NVflash is the way you flash back to stock ( advent ) rom by using the button combo given on the myadventvega website and then using this flash image instead of the advent stock one,so it will wipe everything and overwrite with the new rom , hence as newbe5 said earlier do a cwm backup then NVflash this rom, then do a cwm restore and everything is back as before you nvflashed but with the new partition size. Flashing wont affect your sd card where you keep your back ups


Silly me, I was trying to flash ModdedStock_1.10 via Rom Manager.
I am on Mac, therefore I cannot install it. I could not understand why Rom MAnager could not see the rom [ModdedStock_1.10]
I suppose I will have to find time to go back to PCWorld and do it from there.
Or am I reading it wrong?

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Hi all,

Just flashed this as I thought it would br better to do it now and get it ready for honeycomb although for now I am going to stick with Corvus5. I have noticed that my internal device storage is now 267mb after a fresh install, is that about right? or have I done something wrong?
Is there anything I can delete to make it bigger?

Thanks Techno

Edited by technomaniac, 12 July 2011 - 09:55 AM.

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Me again,

Just put on Corvus5 sp1 and internal storage now says Total space: 302 MB Available space 243, how does that sound?

Cheers techno

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Me again,

Just put on Corvus5 sp1 and internal storage now says Total space: 302 MB Available space 243, how does that sound?

Cheers techno


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