Originally Posted by demkantor
So again, need more information
In the fifth post from that link describes the type of info you may want to share
Also in the post I linked you has a link for how to install Ubuntu on the g2 which seems to be what you want
You need to explain all what you have tried and where you got stuck along with all info pertinent about your phone
Without this all I can do is write a guide for you which you have already read so... Yeah
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(What it looks like after copied over to the SD Card)
1) Again, make sure you have your Android smartphone/tablet “rooted”!
2) You must have Android SDK installed or have access to adb.exe.
3) Make sure your Android phone/tablet is in debugging mode. Go to Settings->Applications->Development and make sure USB Debugging is checked ON.
4) Connect your Android device to your computer via USB cable and set the USB mode to “Just Charge”.
5) Your Android device should be recognized as “ADB Device” under Device Manager. If not, install appropriate drivers.
For all HTC Android smartphones/tablets (such as G2 Phone, Nexus One), you can download Windows drivers here:
HTC Windows 64-bit driver download – Click Here to Download Driver
HTC Windows 32-bit driver download – Click Here to Download Driver
6) Open up a command prompt by typing “cmd” under Start->Search programs and files.
7) Browse to your SDK directory where you installed the Android SDK:
8) Then go into platform-tools directory:
9) Type “adb devices” to double-check your Android device is recognized.
In this example, I used an HTC G2 Phone, which shows up at “HT09SR204261″. This is fine. However, if you get an empty device, that means you didn’t install the drivers for your phone/tablet correctly. (Go back to #5)
im stuck at step 10 Type “adb shell” to enter the Android shell.
"Then type “su” to enter super user mode, then type “cd /sdcard” and “cd ubuntu” to enter the ubuntu directory in your SD card of your Android device." ← this part