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[GUIDELINES] Dual-Boot on (theoretically) any Android device

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8th December 2014, 05:45 PM   |  #91  
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OK, let's take things from the beginning. 1. What phone do you have?
2. What ROMs have you installed?
3. Did you use the automatic zip converter before flashing your secondary ROM?
4. Did your secondary ROM boot normally?
5. Is your secondary ROM prerooted?

Thanxz Again for your Quick Reply
1) My Phone Model No Is Lg p920(Optimus 3D)
2)Currently My phone Runs On CyanogenMod-7.2.0-p920
Kernal Version-2.6.35.7-cyanogenmod rmcc@tenkian) )
Baseband Version LGP920AT00-V21e-EUR-XXX-Apr-19-2012+0
3)Don`t Known sorry i forgot
4)Currently I Am only on cyanogen mod 7 and its boot normally
5)Yes my Rom is root With superuser
One More thing Recently I Install Diskinfo Pro And I got This Please See Attachment(ScreenShot Images)
My Some Partitions Is Unmount Thanxz Again
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8th December 2014, 10:54 PM   |  #92  
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Thanxz Again for your Quick Reply
1) My Phone Model No Is Lg p920(Optimus 3D)
2)Currently My phone Runs On CyanogenMod-7.2.0-p920
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Good idea to take those screenshots. They helped a lot.

So, you have installed CM7 as your primary ROM (was it meant to be your secondary one?). The only way to return to the ROM you previously had is to restore your backup. I hope you have one.

I can see that you have created partitions for a secondary ROM but they are not being used at the moment. The P920 is a little stubborn when it comes to its boot images. The only ROM that can be correctly converted for use as a secondary with the automatic zip converter (in this thread) is Nameless 4.4.4 by troopii. If you want to use CM10 or berni's PACman 10.1, then I suggest you take a look at the P920-specific thread (link is in my signature). Take your time and read the guide carefully. Make sure you have understood everything before you begin.
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Good idea to take those screenshots. They helped a lot.

So, you have installed CM7 as your primary ROM (was it meant to be your secondary one?). The only way to return to the ROM you previously had is to restore your backup. I hope you have one.

I can see that you have created partitions for a secondary ROM but they are not being used at the moment. The P920 is a little stubborn when it comes to its boot images. The only ROM that can be correctly converted for use as a secondary with the automatic zip converter (in this thread) is Nameless 4.4.4 by troopii. If you want to use CM10 or berni's PACman 10.1, then I suggest you take a look at the P920-specific thread (link is in my signature). Take your time and read the guide carefully. Make sure you have understood everything before you begin.

Sorry for my late reply and thanxz for your quick help!
Before doing this i make full backup of my rom with cwm
But i am unable to enter into recovery mode. I think my recovery partition is unmount Please See again my Screenshots.
Do you have any way to remount my recovery partition using terminal emulator
9th December 2014, 07:12 PM   |  #94  
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Sorry for my late reply and thanxz for your quick help!
Before doing this i make full backup of my rom with cwm
But i am unable to enter into recovery mode. I think my recovery partition is unmount Please See again my Screenshots.
Do you have any way to remount my recovery partition using terminal emulator

Your recovery partition has no reason to be mounted while Android is booted. Also, your question is off topic. For P920 specific questions, please post in a P920 thread. See my signature.

Sent from my Oppo Find 7a X9007 with rare/no GSM/3G reception
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Your recovery partition has no reason to be mounted while Android is booted. Also, your question is off topic. For P920 specific questions, please post in a P920 thread. See my signature.

Sent from my Oppo Find 7a X9007 with rare/no GSM/3G reception

Hello And thanxz Again
Last Second post you say to me:-
So, you have installed CM7 as your primary ROM (was it meant to be your secondary one?). The only way to return to the ROM you previously had is to restore your backup. I hope you have one.

Yes i have one fresh backup of my p920(cwm)But problem is i am unable enter into recovery mode
i use these keys combinations to enter into recovery mode

vol down+3d+power button

But no luck
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Hello And thanxz Again
Last Second post you say to me:-
So, you have installed CM7 as your primary ROM (was it meant to be your secondary one?). The only way to return to the ROM you previously had is to restore your backup. I hope you have one.

Yes i have one fresh backup of my p920(cwm)But problem is i am unable enter into recovery mode
i use these keys combinations to enter into recovery mode

vol down+3d+power button

But no luck

thanxz dreccon
I think A external flashing box Solve my all problems Like ufs 2 or octopus box Thanxz For Your Quick Support My Friend Take Care
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