your picture explains everything. you didn't followed the steps as i said this is why you got this result. your startup.txt refers to a partition can not boot. refers to your linux swap partition instead of your ext3/ext4 partition.
on the installation instructions i wrote
"create a) one partition primary fat32 (the sum of sd-card's mb minus 1533 mb), one partition primary ext4 for our android sized 1333 mb , γ) one partition primary linux swap with the rest 200 mb"
you haven't done this step as i said. you didn't create first partition as primary fat32 (not give names). so ext3/4 partition should be second partition (the one startup.txt is indicating as operating system partition). and so on linux swap should be third partition.
Set kernel zImage168
Set ramsize 180*1024*1024
Set mtype 1626
Set ramaddr 0x50000000
Set kernelcrc 1
Set CMDLINE "rootdelay=2 root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 init=/init"
p2 = partition 2 (means operating system is on partition 2 of your sd card)
on your card partition No2 is linux swap. this is not operating system's partition.
1. Repartition your card and this time follow the instructions
2. change startup.txt and change mmcblk0p2 with mmcblk0p1. this way your system will also boot, but you will lose the 326 mb of your sd card (fat32 partition) for no reason.
so i suggest solution 1
Edited by argentinos, 21 September 2013 - 09:17 PM.