What are these GT2005/OV .. directories you are talking about?

The rom I download has and directories containg u-boot-nand.bin files.

I can confirm that it's required to burn one of those to U0 first, before using the easyburn setting to flash the entire .ius file. Flashing the pad seems to take 2 steps: 1. Upload file to be flashed to device. 2. Flash uploaded file to nand. Without burning U0 first with the new u-boot version, it will *NOT* do step 2. But once you *have* flashed the new u-boot, you don't have to do it again, ever. Just reflash the *.ius file using easyburn.

To confirm that step 2 takes place, the pad will display texts and progress bars on its screen after the IUW tool has uploaded the .ius file. This takes a few minutes at most.

In the rom dev thread I have explained how to extract the ramdisk, kernel and system images from the .ius file. I'll move it to here:

Originally Posted by stragulus View Post
I'll have a go at it later if no one has beat me to it

dd if=WWE10B_Android_393477-v9full.ius bs=1 skip=260096 count=2681856 of=uImage

{ dd if=WWE10B_Android_393477-v9full.ius bs=1 skip=503296 count=64 ; dd if=WWE10B_Android_393477-v9full.ius bs=503360 skip=1 | gzip -cd - |gzip ; } > ramdisk.img
system.img (gzip header = 0x1f8b08, got it wrong before):

dd if=WWE10B_Android_393477-v9full.ius bs=3352128 skip=1 | gzip -cd - > system.img
You can use these images directly in burntool, though I think you have to flash U0 before they will actually work. Without doing that, I'm seeing the old boot image (green screen) somehow.