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BOOT MANAGER FOR RAZR, and everything you need to know about it!

11th April 2012, 11:22 PM   |  #61  
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I'm hoping someone can give me some clarification. I was running the Leak and decided to flash an AOSP rom in order to use this. The AOKP flash succeeded but it would hang at the motorola screen. I assumed it was due to the new radio that exists in the leak. I had no choice but to flashboot back to 173.

It occured to me that since the boot rom and the second rom must be running the same radio version that it must not be possible to run the leak as a second rom. Is that true?

I planned on running AOKP as the boot rom then run Stock GB and Stock ICS as boot manager rooms. Can I do it. If so what do I have to do to get that that point?
12th April 2012, 08:16 AM   |  #62  
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I said that you can't do that multiple times already.

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12th April 2012, 06:19 PM   |  #63  
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I said that you can't do that multiple times already

I recall reading that you can't run the stock roms as your boot rom but I believe I read a post saying something that if you wanted to run your stock rom then you should make a nandoird backup then install an AOSP rom as the boot rom then restore the nandoid to slot 2. So while you did say the custom roms won't work as a boot rom I don't believe you stated anywhere (that I can find anyway) that you can't use it as a second rom. The only thing that suggested this was your comment about the Radios having to match.

I found the original post. After looking it over it appears that the poster was having a conversation with himself. Its not super clear.

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perhaps you are on stock rom actually, right? You have to flash a 2nd-init-Rom (like CM9, AOKP) first before you will be able to use Boot Manager. And then it is not sure that Boot Manager will run correctly on GSM Razr.

EDIT:

Boot Manager runs well on GSM-Razr!!!

If you want to use your Stock Rom beside the Custom Rom, just make a Nandroid backup first. When finished, move the backup folder from ext. SD-Card into your INTERNAL storage. Then follow the steps bellow until step 4. Now click on "Install zip" ---> "restore Nandroid" and choose your backup. Wait until it's finished, done!

1. Flash a 2nd-init-Rom like CM9, AOKP, AXIOM, Gummy, Black Widow
2. Install Boot Manager
3. Go to "Phone Rom" --> "Setup Phone"
4. Click on "Tab Rom 1" ---> "Install Zip"
5. Choose your Rom to install and wait (takes about 20 minutes)
6. Only if needed: Click on "Install zip" again and choose "Gapps" to install it, same for the GSM-Patch!
7. Boot into Rom, done!
8. After reboot into the new Rom, you have to install Boot Manager again (from Store).
9. Now you can switch between your installed Roms


P.S. If you like Boot Manager, please support the Devs and get Pro-Version!



But there is one Problem: I restored my Stock-Rom to tab "Rom 1". But the data is gone and I cannot download anything from store, it says that there is no available memory, but there are 2GB free space on storage. And after every reboot into this Rom all Data is deleted, that means when I set up my Google-account, for example, after next reboot I have to set it up again.
The option resize img's doesn't help. So how can I get my full nandroid backup with all data to this slot? And how to get some free memory on it?

This Problem as regards to Stock Rom! With any Custom Rom there will be NO problem!

12th April 2012, 06:32 PM   |  #64  
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Boot Manager runs well on GSM, when using Custom Roms, that're based on ICS. You can't run an Stock as 2nd Rom, because you can't write on it. It is how it is.

The new nightlies from CM9 also not work with the GSM-Patch and i think Akop will follow. So nice Custom-Time is over 4 GSM and there's no need 4 BM till there's a solution.

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12th April 2012, 07:13 PM   |  #65  
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I recall reading that you can't run the stock roms as your boot rom but I believe I read a post saying something that if you wanted to run your stock rom then you should make a nandoird backup then install an AOSP rom as the boot rom then restore the nandoid to slot 2. So while you did say the custom roms won't work as a boot rom I don't believe you stated anywhere (that I can find anyway) that you can't use it as a second rom. The only thing that suggested this was your comment about the Radios having to match.

I found the original post. After looking it over it appears that the poster was having a conversation with himself. Its not super clear.

The radios and bootloader and a bunch of random stuff that have to be flashed in stock recovery don't match up between GB and OTA Stock ICS, so no, it won't work.
13th April 2012, 12:11 AM   |  #66  
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Could a gsm user please pm me your gtalk and we'll work on any issues it's having.
13th April 2012, 10:19 AM   |  #67  
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Is there anyway can we push 2.intd manually on GSM stock ROM?



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13th April 2012, 10:20 PM   |  #68  
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Hey,

Today, I've tryed to run Boot Manager on the J.Y.Daddy Aokp (12.04.2012).

But it get's closed, when install an Rom 1.

I can set the wipes, but as soon as i hit install, it shuts down.

In Log the most part will tell me this:

/mnt/sdcard-ext/BootManager/.zips/libext2fs.so
java.io.FileNotFoundException: http://bootmanager.gflam.com/bootman...s/libext2fs.so
/mnt/sdcard-ext/BootManager/.zips/libext2fs.so
--2012-04-13 22:55:08-- http://bootmanager.gflam.com/bootman...s/libext2fs.so
Resolving bootmanager.gflam.com... 82.197.130.40
Connecting to bootmanager.gflam.com|82.197.130.40|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2012-04-13 22:55:09 ERROR 404: Not Found.

checking free space
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
checking free space
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
checking free space
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
java.net.UnknownHostException: Unable to resolve host "bootmanager.gflam.com": No address associated with hostname
java.net.UnknownHostException: Unable to resolve host "bootmanager.gflam.com": No address associated with hostname
java.net.UnknownHostException: Unable to resolve host "bootmanager.gflam.com": No address associated with hostname
java.net.UnknownHostException: Unable to resolve host "bootmanager.gflam.com": No address associated with hostname
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
checking free space
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
checking free space
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
checking free space
Current Version Boot Manager V3.2.6
extracting assets
getting files
/data/data/com.drx2.bootmanager/files/tmpmes
checking free space


On Black Widow it runs great, so it must be an Problem with the J.Y.Rom i think.

But the Rom's great, so i'd like to run it as my Phone-Rom and set Widow to Rom 1.

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13th April 2012, 11:17 PM   |  #69  
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Do you have the latest boot manager, & were you connected to the internet?
13th April 2012, 11:18 PM   |  #70  
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Is there anyway can we push 2.intd manually on GSM stock ROM?



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