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Default WM 6.1 dual android

I was on here all day trying to find a combination that works and so far I have found none...Can anyone help me out with the right combination of files?
 
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the error message is
[4.002655] mmcI: error -22whilst initialising SDIO card

and also the GEN.Y duelboot says the android is missing.


I am using the ATT FUZE stock att rom
 
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Just dump all the files in the AIO package at the root of the SD... no need for a "right combination of files". Granted, there's daily updates on the kernel (zImage) and almost daily updates on the rootFS, but those are just that - updates. Some are better than others, but I just try to stay up to date and grab the newest every time I run Android. If Gen.y said Android is missing you probably have it inside a folder or something... this really isn't the Gen.y support area tho.
 
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thats what i did...do my sd chip need to be formatted a certain way?
 
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thats what i did...do my sd chip need to be formatted a certain way?
Well, FAT32 and no partitions (well, one partition I guess would be the proper way to say that :P). I think they may have got the partitioning issue sorted, but I'm not sure - to be safe, I'd just run a card with only 1 partition.
 
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its still showing the same error message from above
 
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its still showing the same error message from above
I already stated this is not the support section for Gen.y. I can help with issues with Android, but unless you're testing with a regular WinMo ROM and Android, I really can't help.

My point being, I just double click on haret.exe and it works. Gen.y launches Android on its own, and I have no clue. It seems like an issue with Gen.y, you need to go talk to them.
 
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with the andriod rom...
[4.002655] mmcI: error -22whilst initialising SDIO card

this is the message am recieving
 
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with the andriod rom...
[4.002655] mmcI: error -22whilst initialising SDIO card

this is the message am recieving
There is no Android "ROM"...

So did you re-flash your phone and remove Gen.y?!? IF that's the case, and you're getting that error, reformat the card or try a different card.
 
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thank you...i will try all option.

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