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[HOW TO] Root, Install Busybox and SuperCharge your G9

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29th May 2012, 07:29 AM   |  #371  
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Thanks I am back and booted. I had to mount the hd and use ex3 software to copy the image there - but it was able to load.

Now I can't seem to get any custom rom's to load though - I've tried a couple following these steps:
* Boot in SDE ( connect USB cable )
* Reformat Device , ok!
* Reboot in SDE ( no need )
* Install Archos 4.0.6 Official (firmware_archos_it4.aos) ok ! after Reformat Device copy firmware_archos_it4.aos in

the drive that will appear !
* Reboot and copy "archos.ext4.update" on /mnt/storage (this Rom) ok!
* Reboot in SDE ->Remove android kernel -> Flash kernel & Init Frams ok!
* Copy Files -> Ok -> Reboot ok !

Everything goes okay, but reboot just goes like normal, no update or anything applies.

Hi,

Has I say you in the other post, you have to remove Android Kernel before flash Kernel&InitFrams ...
29th May 2012, 11:23 AM   |  #372  
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Hi,

Has I say you in the other post, you have to remove Android Kernel before flash Kernel&InitFrams ...

This is not necessary but if you have both stock and custom kernel system will use stock one by default and to boot custom firmware you'd have to launch Recovery every booting
29th May 2012, 03:30 PM   |  #373  
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Hi,

Has I say you in the other post, you have to remove Android Kernel before flash Kernel&InitFrams ...

Thanks! Up and running
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