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Yes, I type:
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cd /sdcard/multiboot
sh bootnand.sh
Is this correct??
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@android@sam Your script works =)

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Yes, I type:
su
cd /sdcard/multiboot
sh bootnand.sh
Is this correct??
Thanks for your help :)

It's correct try it closing the terminal emulator and reopen it.
Any way did you try the attached updater-script?

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Yes and It works

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Where is the SD card ROM's boot IMG installed to?

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Where is the SD card ROM's boot IMG installed to?

No.It's not installed to any different partition.When the script is executed,it just writes the boot partition and this makes easy ROMs swapping.

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No.It's not installed to any different partition.When the script is executed,it just writes the boot partition and this makes easy ROMs swapping.


Right, so every time you execute the script the boot partition is rewritten?

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Xperia T


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yes.

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I've updated the guide to make things clearer in places.

I've also added the bootsd.img and updater-script to use Mokee as an SD card ROM.

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Awesome - just popping out to buy a bigger SD card.
As always, to all the clever Devs that made this happen - huge thanks

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What has to be changed in boot.img? Only this here in init.rc or is it more?

# mount mtd partitions
	# Mount /system rw first to give the filesystem a chance to save a checkpoint
	mount yaffs2 mtd@system /system
	mount yaffs2 mtd@system /system ro remount
	mount yaffs2 mtd@userdata /data nosuid nodev
	mount yaffs2 mtd@cache /cache nosuid nodev

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Nope. That's it.

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Hm strange, it bootloops. updater script is okay as the system files are in the ext3-partition.

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What is the error in logcat and what is the output of adb shell?

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logcat and adb shell both don't work.

error: device not found


The device isn't even listed with lsusb.

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So your problem must be with the way you are spliting and putting back together boot.img. What tool are you using?

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I use some perl scripts for unpacking, don't know who made them.
to repack i use mkbootimg.

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Thanks mate I'll try :)

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