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[Recovery][Mod][AOSP/SENSE]MultiROM V22 for Droid DNA(Unofficial Port)(Mar 16)

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7th July 2014, 08:56 PM |#71  
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No it doesn't make a difference. Idk why it wouldn't Mount your flash drive. FYI if you reformat data as ext4 you don't necessarily have to reflash the ROM. It should still let you get in so you can restore your sdcard data from you otg drive. Then after that I would reflash.

I think that the ROM itself is not supporting f2fs... That's the only thing I can think of. If you want you can try cm11 but I don't think that will with either. I'm gonna see if maybe I can make a flashable zip with f2fs tools.

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Well, I'm glad I could at least help, I'm going to have to reflash anyway :P Like an idiot, I didn't make a backup, and I can't get past the Welcome screen because it keeps saying that it can't connect to Google.
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10th July 2014, 02:38 AM |#72  
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Thanks Jamie for your work on this. Wish you'd be successful in getting this work soon
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Thanks Jamie for your work on this. Wish you'd be successful in getting this work soon

You're welcome. I'm just terribly confused because nobody else with f2fs support on their device has mentioned anything about this problem. As usual the DNA has decided to be an extra pita.

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29th July 2014, 06:30 AM |#74  
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So if I want to get this working and I'm currently on viper could I just download everything, do a backup, wipe and install AOSP, then install viper backup as a secondary in multirom recovery?

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So if I want to get this working and I'm currently on viper could I just download everything, do a backup, wipe and install AOSP, then install viper backup as a secondary in multirom recovery?

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Yeah, you should be able to restore your backup as a secondary ROM without any problems.


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Sadly, I'm getting ready to sell my DNA and the buyer wants to keep it rooted but just wants regular TWRP on it, so what would be the method for removing MultiROM recovery...can I just flash the TWRP recovery image over the top and then flash a new ROM?

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19th October 2014, 11:55 PM |#77  
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Sadly, I'm getting ready to sell my DNA and the buyer wants to keep it rooted but just wants regular TWRP on it, so what would be the method for removing MultiROM recovery...can I just flash the TWRP recovery image over the top and then flash a new ROM?

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Uninstaller in post 2, then flash normal TWRP. Either order should be fine.
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Uninstaller in post 2, then flash normal TWRP. Either order should be fine.

Aaand I'm dumb. I should have re-read the initial/2nd posts again. Thanks for indulging my silly question, and please excuse my Sunday laziness! Haha

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Lollipop (at least santod's unofficial CM12 that I tested) currently does NOT install as a secondary ROM. Replacing the updater-binary and updater-script with ones from a kitkat ROM allows it to install, but it will trigger a multirom data corruption error message. I have not tried it as primary yet.
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I did not have success installing it as primary either. I will be updating as soon as I have a chance. For the time being, if you want to use multirom with Lollipop, install your ROM with the latest TWRP from mdmower, reflash multirom, and move it to a secondary ROM (multirom zip will not install over a LP ROM, so it cannot be used as a primary if you want to multiboot).
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