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Help. Canīt Create rom slot in safestrap.

4th July 2014, 06:05 AM   |  #1  
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Hey bros please help me. i cant install any rom, only in stock slot. cant create any rom slot. the create button is gray out no matter the size selected, any idea ?

i have safestrap 3.73 before that 3.65 and in two versions i can not create rom slotīs
course droid 4
i hope you can help me. regards from mexico.


5th July 2014, 12:10 AM   |  #2  
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Do you have enough available space on SD card?
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yes bro was that thnks a lot for your help. regards from mexico
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Great, easy fix.

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Great, easy fix.

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i have a problem with slot 1,it was created but i can't instal rom on it
it said unable to mount system
8th September 2014, 10:22 PM   |  #6  
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I Also have a problem
Following directions here:
<can't post link yet.... standard cyanogen for maserati instructions>
using safestrap 3.65, it seems like it's trying to create the rom-slot in internal (flash) storage and there isn't enough room.
Am I missing something for selecting the sd card?
I put in a mostly blank 16GB micro-sd with the cyanogen and google zips...
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Following directions here:
<can't post link yet.... standard cyanogen for maserati instructions>
using safestrap 3.65, it seems like it's trying to create the rom-slot in internal (flash) storage and there isn't enough room.
Am I missing something for selecting the sd card?
I put in a mostly blank 16GB micro-sd with the cyanogen and google zips...

rom slots must be made on internal sd card
9th September 2014, 02:25 AM   |  #8  
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rom slots must be made on internal sd card

Ah, quite confusing, as I didn't think of internal storage as an sd card (no card) but I understand why they refer to it that way, as it can be mounted just like a usb attached camera.
Turned out I thought I was storing pictures on the micro-sd, but instead had filled up the internal one. Zip, zap and I now have CM11!

Thanks so much! seems a lot zippier than the verizon crap!

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