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[ONE-CLICK] Automated Freedom-Boot and TWRP installer

20th January 2013, 12:52 PM |#21  
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Does you get an orange or blue kindle fire logo when you boot.?

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I just used the apk myself. Booting shows an orange logo. No sign of any changes.
 
 
20th January 2013, 01:20 PM |#22  
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Installed the apk and ran it, but nothing seems to be changed..when i su reboot recovery it doesnt boot into twrp..

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Does you get an orange or blue kindle fire logo when you boot.?

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I just used the apk myself. Booting shows an orange logo. No sign of any changes.

Same. No blue, no recovery, no changes. :/
20th January 2013, 01:24 PM |#23  
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Su reboot bootloader -> fastboot, blinking red and green lights
Su reboot recovery -> red triangle
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20th January 2013, 01:55 PM |#24  
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Does you get an orange or blue kindle fire logo when you boot.?

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The regular orange one..
20th January 2013, 03:21 PM |#25  
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turns out, most of the problems with booting into twrp were actually people letting their devices boot stock os, without anyone realizing that there was an install-recovery.sh that would break twrp. This has been fixed in the latest version of computer one click and also tweezermod_installer.apk

So.. let me understand. If I restore stock I need the tweezermod installer to be installed? Or if I run any other ROM? Why not store the script on the virtual SD (edit: or is that what this does? I don't want to delete it)? Where is the script located? Why is this different than twrp for other devices?

Edit: or do I just need to make sure I install that apk w any os I have on there? That would be easy.

Sorry bro.. as you know I'm temp w/o kf2

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20th January 2013, 06:05 PM |#26  
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I've downloaded Alien box and tried clicking on the apk in a file manager, but it fails to install. I can't see any extra installed apk files.

Am I doing something wrong?

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20th January 2013, 06:07 PM |#27  
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I've downloaded Alien box and tried clicking on the apk in a file manager, but it fails to install. I can't see any extra installed apk files.

Am I doing something wrong?

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Did u enable allow installation of applications in settings.

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20th January 2013, 06:09 PM |#28  
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So.. let me understand. If I restore stock I need the tweezermod installer to be installed? Or if I run any other ROM? Why not store the script on the virtual SD (edit: or is that what this does? I don't want to delete it)? Where is the script located? Why is this different than twrp for other devices?

Edit: or do I just need to make sure I install that apk w any os I have on there? That would be easy.

Sorry bro.. as you know I'm temp w/o kf2

Thanks

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Stock os replaces the custom recovery with the stock one. My script erases the recovery backup on the system partition and the script that installs it. You only need tmi on stock once.
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20th January 2013, 06:42 PM |#29  
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Did u enable allow installation of applications in settings.

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If you mean Settings-Devices-Allow Installation of Applications, it is set to ON.

I am on rooted stock 10.2.4

I've tried capturing logcat files, but I can't see anything relating to running the first app. I am going to try getting the logcat off the Alien app.


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20th January 2013, 06:53 PM |#30  
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If you mean Settings-Devices-Allow Installation of Applications, it is set to ON.

I am on rooted stock 10.2.4

I've tried capturing logcat files, but I can't see anything relating to running the first app. I am going to try getting the logcat off the Alien app.


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You could try redownloading it or putting it in /system/app/ and giving it perms

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