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[P]ossibility for Webtop?

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Default [P]ossibility for Webtop?

the days i was walking along the internet to get some informations about lapdock/webtop again

like often it kicked me back to the roots -> XDA http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588623

there is a patch to make space for a second system
iam sure thats a way we can install webtop on our phone.
but i not wanne try it first ;] cant buy me a new phone if something goes wrong
and it need to be modifyed first

what do you think? its the right way?
 
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I think due to the fact that Photon Q uses Qualcomm architecture instead of TI's, maybe it doesn't even support BMM. At least I've only seen BMM running on TI OMAP-powered devices so far.

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I would love to see a boot Manager on our phone.
That would give me more freedom to test different ROMs.

But theoretically we need to be able to change/add/remove partitions for this.
Afaik this is not possible, so there probably won't be any boot manager.
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