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[GUIDE] Dual booting on the HTC Wildfire.

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12th April 2012, 08:40 AM   |  #11  
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So if it doesn't touch the system, i suppose there is no problem for people with custom mtd partitions? (Due to boot a rom, installing bravo-boot.zip is required)

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I'm using custom MTD partitions and can confirm that there are no problems with using this.
Primary ROM is CM7.2 and secondary is CM9, only issue is that when going back to primary, you need to do advanced restore of system.
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24th April 2012, 06:12 PM   |  #12  
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I must say the following.
A few days ago I encountered another problem while returning back to the phone rom, in my case it's CM7. Some of my apps got deleted. I don't know what caused or why did it happen. They were about 4 or 5 apps. They weren't uninstalled completely as the data remained but the app itself got deleted.

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11th May 2012, 12:02 PM   |  #13  
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my phone refuses to boot in the sdrom.. i have tried both cm7 and sense rom as base... i have tried installing cm7, cm9, and sense rom on sd rom slot.. i am using lite version... logcat attached...
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my phone refuses to boot in the sdrom.. i have tried both cm7 and sense rom as base... i have tried installing cm7, cm9, and sense rom on sd rom slot.. i am using lite version... logcat attached...

having the same problem.having Rempuzzle as a phone ROM and tried the nexus cm7.2 ROM as sd ROM.but when I press boot to ROM it only gives access to root but then nothing but when I reboot manually it was locked into fastboot.had to recover my ROM from nandroid.

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5th June 2012, 05:49 AM   |  #15  
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having the same problem.having Rempuzzle as a phone ROM and tried the nexus cm7.2 ROM as sd ROM.but when I press boot to ROM it only gives access to root but then nothing but when I reboot manually it was locked into fastboot.had to recover my ROM from nandroid.

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Facing the same problem. Any working solution for this?
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Facing the same problem. Any working solution for this?

Guess not as nobody replies...

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