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1. http://db.tt/aARbPfGr 2. unzip it a folder on your pc 3. boot into recovery 4. then open a cmd terminal, switch to the folder you extracted busybox into and do 'adb push busybox /tmp' 5. "adb s

Here to , but i think it's hard nut to crack , to make it suitable for everyday use and with good battery life , maybe topic is closed , or Dazzozo 's on holyday :D

I really want a working ubuntu phone in my g300 but I guess it would not be possible... and I don't know how to do it.

Guest Colossae3.23

this really looks nice Daz. Hope you can make this fly.

I've seen some great comments about it on the web. For those who don't know much about this yet, here's one glowing review from cnet. This guy even favours this to iOS.

http://reviews.cnet....7-35624752.html

PS: @ Dazzozo, will you post your progress on this in the G300 forum, or will you be starting a new thread elsewhere? I guessing because we are under Modaco/Device Specific/Android Phones, that the latter might be the case?

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Guest imdefined

Hello :)

I have a small question. I'm install this ROM to my phone, but it's can't load :) He stay on black screen about 10 minutes - it's normal?

P.S. Sorry for my english :(

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Guest mack_

taking the plunge.....

Here is a flashable zip for the swapped recovery made by Dazzozo

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File: ubuntuos-recovery.zip

MD5: 48764c5a62ba720bebee2318f49e62c

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Guest imdefined

taking the plunge.....

Here is a cwm flashable zip for the swapped recovery

With this recover i'm successfully installed ubuntu to my phone :) Thanks :)

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Guest plewis1981

Has anyone flashed an android rom using the swapped recovery? Just wondering if it would work, as Paul obrian has this option for his modaco rom.

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Guest Dazzozo

NO!

Don't do this, the ROM ALSO needs changes to mount the partitions the other way around. The recovery only helps with formatting to the right filesystem.

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Guest bladebuddy

If only the original post had a guide... Shame on you, Dazzozo.

That doesn't tell you how to install a room though. You need a builder for that. J:D

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Guest Roignac

Enabling WiFi on Ubuntu Touch:

  1. Save this in /data/local/userinit.sh
    #!/system/bin/sh
    
    insmod /system/lib/modules/cfg80211.ko
    
    insmod /system/lib/modules/dhd.ko firmware_path=/system/etc/fw_4330_b2.bin nvram_path=/system/etc/nvram_4330.txt
    
    
  2. make it executable
    chmod +x /data/local/userinit.sh[/code]



  3. Reboot

Now network applet will have a list of available WiFi networks

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Guest imdefined

NO!

Don't do this, the ROM ALSO needs changes to mount the partitions the other way around. The recovery only helps with formatting to the right filesystem.

Hmm. I installed original repacked ROM with swapped recovery and everything work fine. Or it may cause troubles in the future?

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Guest kaizoku_san

Sweet, Ubuntu OS on a g300 :) :)

I'm quite happy with your 10.1 JB Rom Daz, but I'm looking forward to this release as well, as the Ubuntu os does look pretty good :)

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Guest saiem1

Ive gone back to android by flashing cwm recovery and my internal storage says 0.00b???

Confused :s

Please Help me anyone..

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