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Unhappy [q] android install fail on kaiser

Hello people . I am new here . i have tried installing android on my htc tytn ii but every time i try , it fails
My linux boots alright then after pressing D-Pad i enter android menu . then install system and it says formatting. Then everytime its some error or the other.
i use winmo 6.5
what do i do ? PLEASE HELP !!!!
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Did you follow this guide?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=680518
Current Phone: Galaxy S II [i777] > ROM: SHOstock3 Latest Released!!! [Got My Jelly Bean as of 1/29/2013]
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read that but never tried
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read that but never tried
thanks
Well, try it (I know you'll like it)

P.S. I was doing the samething until I follow it.
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still not working ....:'( can u please send me the files ?
 
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Default oops :p

okay so it is working but camera and bluetooth and internet are not working.
 
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Run the androidupdate on the kernel and reflash the ROM.
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Default i have the same problem

i have the same problem and i follow the guide but still have problem with instalation... can anyone help me ?
 
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Maybe it's your sd card I have problem before when I use SanDisk class4 then I use Kingston class 4 and it work with NAND and HaRET. I'm using stock radio with Hardspl 3.34 by daveshaw.get help from Poxfreak and Phasi. For NAND just copy androidinstall to andboot folder. Your KAISIMG.NBH put outside the folder.

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