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1st November 2012, 05:41 PM |#21  
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Harscode, something you didnt tell (maybe you didnt read my question) will OTG be available with all this? Thanks in advance

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1st November 2012, 05:54 PM |#22  
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I havent had any experience with dual boot or anything similar to this. So do I understand this correctly both custom and stock roms will have to be running at the same time, I know this was kind of asked a couple posts ago but just wanted more clarification? If so will this cause any noticible lag or reduction in performance?

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I havent had any experience with dual boot or anything similar to this. So do I understand this correctly both custom and stock roms will have to be running at the same time, I know this was kind of asked a couple posts ago but just wanted more clarification? If so will this cause any noticible lag or reduction in performance?

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They will both exist on your device, but you will be able to choose which one loads. There is no lag from this at all.
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This is great news,waiting impatiently lol...also if any futher beta testing is needed id be more then happy to help...
2nd November 2012, 02:39 AM |#25  
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For now, my focus is getting a custom recovery to allow for custom ROMs.

If OTG isn't setup in the stock kernel, then I'd have to work on a kexec kernel loaded during the boot. But that's very involved.

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2nd November 2012, 04:16 AM |#26  
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Thanks for the answer ^^ just knowing that there is a possibility makes me glad Thanks for your hard work

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2nd November 2012, 03:14 PM |#27  
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thanks a lot for your effort.inpatiently waiting for custom roms on kftt!
3rd November 2012, 01:12 AM |#28  
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So hows progress ?
3rd November 2012, 01:14 AM |#29  
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So hows progress ?

We're working on it.
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We're working on it.

Will this work with the KindleFire2 when done?

The backup/restore process doesn't work for the KindleFire2. It saves the system.img as the same size as a KF HD.




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