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[HELP!] Port android L image

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Question [HELP!] Port android L image

HI everyone i actually downloading the android "L" factory image for nexus 5 but i want to port it to my htc one x using this tutorial: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1908008 is it wanna working ?
 
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I'm interested, too. Maybe I'll try it today. I don't think it will work though, as this is a major update
 
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Think it just need to follow the tutorial but not sure it will run on the tegra 3 chipset... But wait, one of nexus 7 have tegra 3 but it's the 2012 version the developer preview not ported on it, only the 2013 version with snapdragon is supported.
 
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i was trying to port it today with no succes it causes a bootloop (the weird color balls turning around ) if anyone can help me please i never ported rom before !
PS: in the factory image, all is compressed as .img files, it need to be converted to ext4, mounted with linux reader and put all the files in a folder
 
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No luck for me either. I guess we'll have to wait for CM12
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