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[MOD] LucidREM SCRIPT - [ROM] TheOfficial DRC* - [HOWTO] App2SD [2010-06-11]

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8th February 2009, 04:27 PM   |  #1  
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Lucid REM SCRIPT 2.00.46
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1246

Now you can use the script to download my library of ringtones. I have just added in some of the Hero ringtones. I have a library of one-hundred one (101) ogg files and if you find more ringtones in other ROMs I can add them in as well.

CRC1 OTA
Here is a link to some of the latest releases from enomther as well as JesusFreke and some cyanogen:
http://android.lucidrem.us/

*NEW**NEW*
Please find me on .Please find the audio hack
the Android Marketon the Android Market and
so you can easily . give support to Meltus.
download the newest script.
(For anyone who does not comprehend this little picture,
you scan it with your barcode scanner.)



ROOT YOUR G1: | G1 Root Instructions
FAT32 / EXT2: | SDSPLIT Thread
SPECIAL NOTE:
1. EXT2 recommended not to exceed 1.5G (500M is enough)
2. MicroSD should be 2G/4G/8G/16G class6
2009-05-19 /system/bin
2010-06-06 /data/local/bin
so from your phone type:
Code:
$su
# mkdir /data/local/bin
# cd /data/local/bin
# wget http://96.0.187.175/system/bin/lucid
# busybox chmod 755 lucid
# busybox chown 0:0 lucid
# lucid
Things Lucid SCRIPT Can Do For You
1. link /data/app -> /sd-ext/app (also app-private)
2. link /data/data -> /sd-ext/data
3. link /data/dalvik-cache -> /sd-ext/dalvik-cache
4. remount /system rw
5. link /system/media -> /sd-ext/media
6. download newest lucid file
7. download MartinFicks SDSPLIT
8. download library of ringtones and audio files
...


... more to come ...

2009-05-26
so 'rogro82@xda' is pretty dang awesome .. i may understand the inner workings of the Terminal scripting but try as i might i had a struggle getting thru the GUI phrasology of the android system .. now there is a wonderful app available to do all of that code for you .. just search "lucid" in the Market and voila!! instant script file .. yea! me!!

if you want to partition with linux try this: http://lifehacker.com/5195999/portab...inside-windows
if you want to move your EXT2 to new SD: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=497275

Change Log
v2.00.42:
- changed archive options to external add-on "lucidroid"
v2.00.40:
- added archiving of /data/data to the sdcard "-archive"
v2.00.39:
- added force update option "-upd" for external add-ons
v2.00.38:
- added build.prop patch for default audio "-aud"
v2.00.36:
- created FBPATCH script for G1 FaceBook Sync
v2.00.35:
- added patching menu for ADWLauncher
v2.00.33:
- added patching commands for ADWLauncher
v2.00.30:
- FIX patching uninstall commands for Launcher and LatinIME (still may require REBOOT)
v2.00.28:
- added patching uninstall commands for Launcher and LatinIME
v2.00.25:
- added patching menu for ease of use
v2.00.23:
- added patching ability to/from Gallery(3D)
v2.00.20:
- perfected the audio movement to the sdcard via "-aud"
v2.00.18:
- changed location of the lucid script and features to /data/local/bin
v2.00.03:
- added ringtones to total 180+
v2.00.00:
- total redesign of the script including menu system
- implemented compatibility for CM5 and /sd-ext mount point
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8th February 2009, 05:34 PM   |  #2  
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I have a question, is all that you changed the init.rc and mount file?
8th February 2009, 08:50 PM   |  #3  
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how about make it so we can install themes.. some people posted we need to install diff jf light to install themes
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So all this has is the modified mount.conf and init.rc?
It doesn't do the symbolic links?
8th February 2009, 11:49 PM   |  #5  
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cant we just do..

install default jf 41 51 or whatever comes next and do..

after instalation boot into recovery go into terminal.. have modded init and mountd on sdcard and do

cp -- copy files from sd to the phone??? and it should work?? or will it not
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It works... Lol.
It's in the apps to sd thread. :P
But this is better nonethless.
9th February 2009, 04:54 AM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by Rafase282

I have a question, is all that you changed the init.rc and mount file?

yes .. and added the /system/sd folder .. might seem silly but it saves the headache of updating and losing the connection to the MicroSD
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So all this has is the modified mount.conf and init.rc?
It doesn't do the symbolic links?

yes .. this is assuming you already have the links set .. prevents you from needing to remount the EXT2 partition and/or wipe the phone (which eliminates the links) .. i've thought about creating an update to include the links .. but then you might not know who has what link .. right now i only have the apps on the MicroSD .. if i set an update to include a /data/data link then my /data/data would be deleted .. if i hadn't copied it to the card already it'd screw up the phone

not too mention .. adding the links after rooting is pretty simple
9th February 2009, 07:16 AM   |  #9  
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Might have to give this a try, once i partition my sdcard, workin with windows xp only... Might try it with my 4gig card as far as partitioning goes to see if i do it right, then put it on my 8 gig card.
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Might have to give this a try, once i partition my sdcard, workin with windows xp only... Might try it with my 4gig card as far as partitioning goes to see if i do it right, then put it on my 8 gig card.

As a tip - Just use the Ubuntu LIVE CD (download link is in that other thread, or just Google it) to partition it (just don't delete the host systems partition). Worked like a charm for me, first time.

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