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ROM Developers: Please switch to ext3 for a2sd!

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18th July 2009, 12:24 AM   |  #101  
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Originally Posted by LucidREM

did you try my boot.img? it's based off the US build .. not sure if the boot.img matters

Is your modified u.s. boot.img compatible with the adp rom?
Originally Posted by cyanogen

I think you're the first person to call it "bloated"

I'm just bad at wording it. It's definitely not bloated. It just doesn't fit my needs. I just want a basic rom that is rooted, can do a2sd, and with no extra apps. If I wanted the extra apps, I would push them into the rom myself. But now I need a boot.img to support ext3 and safely unmounts it when shutting down.

This doesn't mean I don't appreciate your hard work.

edit: I just flashed Unitas boot.img that was based off the US rom and it works on the ADP as well. #mount shows that it's mounted as ext3 with noatime.
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18th June 2011, 09:58 AM   |  #102  
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not to the point, deleted
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18th June 2011, 04:46 PM   |  #103  
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right no i'm running ext4 with no problems
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