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29 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 You CAN run this via multiROM, but not with automatic switching during boot up options. You have to make Sailfish OS the primary ROM choice to boot Sailfish and then it boots only Sailfish - no options. Then switch back to your Android flavor a...
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...
11 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...