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Help!!!.....BMM partitions

29th June 2014, 06:46 PM |#1  
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Hello again xD, i have a question,
żi need make system,data and cache partitions after installing any rom? Plz help me
 
 
30th June 2014, 09:34 PM |#2  
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Hello again xD, i have a question,
żi need make system,data and cache partitions after installing any rom? Plz help me

Not after, before, but it's not a necessity unless you're installing additional systems for multi-booting.
2nd July 2014, 12:56 PM |#3  
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Not after, before, but it's not a necessity unless you're installing additional systems for multi-booting.

Just to piggy back this question.
One rom installing guide told that i have to manually create the system 3 partition.
But my rooted BMM is showing system 1-6. are these just dummy entries or do the partitions exist already?
2nd July 2014, 06:20 PM |#4  
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Just to piggy back this question.
One rom installing guide told that i have to manually create the system 3 partition.
But my rooted BMM is showing system 1-6. are these just dummy entries or do the partitions exist already?

They're just dummy entries. You only need to create additional partitions if you intend to use them. Creating additional will leave you with less room for apps, etc on system 1 so don't do that step unless you're multi booting.
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3rd July 2014, 05:17 PM |#5  
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When installing my rom(slimkat) i couldnt figure out how to create system 3, so i flashed onto system 1. I got the error about BMM not installing
bye to bmm, install didnt take and i had to flash ics back. What did i do wrong?
4th July 2014, 06:07 AM |#6  
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1. did you used/remove bootstrap files before install BMM?

2. did you made any changes to recovery.fstab file from etc/bmm/conf?
you suppose to change /int vfat /dev/block/mmcblk1p25 to /int auto /dev/block/userdata
4th July 2014, 06:23 AM |#7  
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When installing my rom(slimkat) i couldnt figure out how to create system 3, so i flashed onto system 1. I got the error about BMM not installing
bye to bmm, install didnt take and i had to flash ics back. What did i do wrong?

When installing a ROM by formatting /system, BMM is removed from system partition. To get it back for next boot you have to go to system keeper option in recovery and install BMM again.
I had to go to back to ICS twice when I made this mistake. Hope you don't make the same mistake next time.

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4th July 2014, 07:13 AM |#8  
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I tried again this time flashing the rom first then rebooting. Rom loaded up nice with BMM already installed. However, when I went back to recovery to flash the gapps I got a boot loop.
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