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By donzkie, Junior Member on 4th July 2014, 04:50 AM
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I am creating a cutom rom for mu mt6589 device using cygwin, cygwin tool created the udater-script file but when i tried to flash my
custom rom i've got an error in flashing. it is beacause of wrong mout point of updater-script generated by cygwin?
questuin: how to i find mount points and edit lines on updater-script generated by cygwin?

sorry if i've been posted in wrong section.. im so totally noob.
 
 
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I am creating a cutom rom for mu mt6589 device using cygwin, cygwin tool created the udater-script file but when i tried to flash my
custom rom i've got an error in flashing. it is beacause of wrong mout point of updater-script generated by cygwin?
questuin: how to i find mount points and edit lines on updater-script generated by cygwin?

sorry if i've been posted in wrong section.. im so totally noob.

Wrong mount points in updater-script and invalid update binary. You should have checked first with MTK Droid Root & Tools your mount points and find a suitable binary for your android version.
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Wrong mount points in updater-script and invalid update binary. You should have checked first with MTK Droid Root & Tools your mount points and find a suitable binary for your android version.

but how sir?
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but how sir?

I've already posted the link, go there and read. You'll find everything there.
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ok sir i'll find it.
thank you.
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I've already posted the link, go there and read. You'll find everything there.


excuse me sir but i can't find any tutorial for this.
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