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23 This thread is dedicated to booting Qualcomm Snapdragon-based Samsung Galaxy S3 models from an SD card. As I understand it, this only works because the Snapdragon boot ROM (NOT the bootloader, which resides on the eMMC - this is part of the CPU) h...
16 I've been working on getting Ubuntu running on my Sprint Galaxy S3 using the same method I used on my Epic 4G - kexec from recovery loading the root filesystem off a partition on an SD card. What I've done so far: * Found a kexec loader to boot i...
13 I got Ubuntu 13.04 to boot cleanly on my Epic! No chroot or VNC hacks involved! This method loads a custom kernel using kexec and runs off a microSD card. Check the end of the post for the kernel config and patches, xorg.conf, /etc/modules, the k...
9 http://www.mediafire.com/download/231uhy6l80jx74n/debrick_sph_l710.img.xz Extract this wherever, then in your Linux terminal (or using dd-like tools for Windoze) run this from the location of the file: # WARNING: This WILL erase your drive! Make...
7 Where did this GNOME 3 vs. Unity vs. MATE vs. me discussion come from? I hate to be the forum police, but please stay on topic. It appears I'm still the only person actually running this, so until things get easier - preconfigured SD image, be...