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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 bladebuddy
I cant even change default storage location to SD CARD

If you read the first post it mentions you have to reinstall you're chosen recovery. Try reading it as it should help you. J

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Guest saiem1

I already did as i said before "Ive gone back to android by flashing cwm recovery and my internal storage says 0.00b???"

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I already did as i said before "Ive gone back to android by flashing cwm recovery and my internal storage says 0.00b???"

Full wipes and the rest that Dazz says to do.

Sorry I haven't flashed this but I can bet top dollar he wouldn't of posted this if it wasn't easy to fix / restore to normal.

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Guest imdefined

How to mount sdcard? I can't find any sd* or similar devices in /dev.

I created a page file of 256Mb - system now work faster. And I want to move it to the sdcard.

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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 shell cat /proc/partitions | grep mmcblk0p19", it should return a single line confirming that mmcblk0p19 exists

6. "adb shell chmod 755 /tmp/busybox"

7. "adb shell /tmp/busybox mkfs.vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p19"

that should work, all thanks to unaszplodrmann (he explained it to me)

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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 shell cat /proc/partitions | grep mmcblk0p19", it should return a single line confirming that mmcblk0p19 exists

6. "adb shell chmod 755 /tmp/busybox"

7. "adb shell /tmp/busybox mkfs.vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p19"

that should work, all thanks to unaszplodrmann (he explained it to me)

THANK YOU SO MUCH, Step three said grep not recognized so i skiped
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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 shell cat /proc/partitions | grep mmcblk0p19", it should return a single line confirming that mmcblk0p19 exists

6. "adb shell chmod 755 /tmp/busybox"

7. "adb shell /tmp/busybox mkfs.vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p19"

that should work, all thanks to unaszplodrmann (he explained it to me)

No luck , ill try unlocking the bootloader

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Guest drama20050202

When Ubuntu releases new features probably.

it is possible to mod a Rom and make look like ubuntu touch? nice and smooth:x i think it would be greax :P

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Guest riadtaihi

Guys,

i'm sorry but i'm still beginner in Android world, so i have a G300 U8815 downgraded to B885 GB from B952 and it is just rooted now and with Swapper, so i really would like to install ubuntu for my phone so i never used CW or recovery , so i have always used original Roms and never customized because i didnt know how to and usually prefer original roms but as i adore Ubuntu on my Pc, i would like to move to it once and for all, so could you please explain me how but step by step because i'm a real beginner....

Sorry again for my lack of knowledge and hope you will understand.

Linux Rocks!

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