Turn of phone and start it with 3 buttons combination. If phone will normally boot, that you made mistake somewhere in tpt.
Check if your "image" folder is present on root of your sdcard (with some files inside)
Please write here every step what you did in TPT.
- Create own TPT
- Select "Unchanged"
- Recovery: ClockworkMod v220.127.116.11
- Cache: 3MB
- System: 230MB
- Wait for TPT Helper to finish creating the files
- Turn off Phone
- Remove Battery
- Insert Battery
- Switch on Phone holding: Menu & +Volume & SwitchON
- I can see the green android logo instead of the text which I am supposed to see
- Check /image
Checked Files: 4
Correct MD5 Checksum: 2
Missing Files: 0
appsboot.mbn No match
partition_ztw.mbn No Match
Ok I just found this in an other thread:
You don't need to use the check image option after making a TPT with custom partition sizes. That option downloads the files, checks the md5sums and then edits those 2 to give the sizes you wanted. As they have been changed, the md5sums are different from those listed in the nandroid.md5 file, so they won't match anymore if you use check image. Once it tells you the TPT has been built, you can just start it from there.
Edited by Scybalon, 12 December 2012 - 01:49 PM.