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18th February 2015, 01:36 AM |#101  
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The sdcard is already fat32. The problem is with the recovery (twrp 2.7.1.0) provided in the boot.img (previously renamed zImage and putted on the sdcard) on the main page ("new kernel 310mb") that can't mount /external_sd. I get this error messages coming from a fresh install :

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E:Unable to find partition size for '/boot'
E:Unable to find partition size for '/recovery'
E:Unable to recreate and-sec folder.
E:Unable to mount storage.
E:Unable to mount /external_sd during GUI start up.
E:Unable to mount /external_sd/TWRP/.twrps when trying to read settings file.
I tried with twrp 2.8.4.0 recovery equipped with omni 5.0 and successful mounted all partitions, but quickly after installed LionDroid (3.1) the /data and /sdcard partitions become inaccessible. Should I have to use a specific kernel or bootfiles/fota in order to successfully flash the rom with its partition scheme?

copy rom in internal memory and flash it from there
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18th February 2015, 08:49 PM |#102  
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copy rom in internal memory and flash it from there

This time I tried from /sdcard and it gives me another error

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E:Could not extract 'META-INF/com/google/android/update-binary'
Which boot.img do you use?
19th February 2015, 01:46 AM |#103  
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This time I tried from /sdcard and it gives me another error

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E:Could not extract 'META-INF/com/google/android/update-binary'
Which boot.img do you use?

extract it from rom
19th February 2015, 12:23 PM |#104  
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video Installing
after flash bada 2 and copy rom & kernel to memory

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21st February 2015, 01:45 PM |#105  
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Ya I did that but still it is showing File not found error..

I have the same error, fix or close tread, i wasted a 1h for nothing, and reinstalling volks rom
You fota is bad AND NO KERNEL DETECT
23rd March 2015, 11:12 AM |#106  
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I have the same error, fix or close tread, i wasted a 1h for nothing, and reinstalling volks rom
You fota is bad AND NO KERNEL DETECT

you can flash this fota and rename kernel boot_312.img to boot.img

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18th April 2015, 09:45 AM |#107  
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Hello @nima.yavari


Thanks for you awesome job & hard work.

It's stuck on FILE NOT FOUND


Please advise.
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