On recovery menu, select Developer Edition, then select delete android's kernel. After this you'll always boot in Developer mode.
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Thanks for your walkthrough! I greatly appreciate it. I'm testing this on my 101IT now. However, I seem to be boot-looping (Archos Entertainment your way screen flashes on, off, and on repeatedly). However, for the first boot of the Urukdroid kern...
Here are the steps I did to use mmcblk0p1 as rootfs and a partition in mmcblk1 (internal storage).
I assume you are already on Urukdroid's kernel running on external SD.
Partitioning Internal Storage
1) I first partitioned the internal sto...
As a newer Archos buyer, I'm very happy about this info. I'd like to get some additional info tho. Firstly, you consolidated mmcblk0p2, mmcblk0p3, and mmcblk0p4 into a 400MB part for the rootfs. Were you unable to consolidate mmcblk0p1 in as well?...
I'll try to retrace the steps I did, and put more detailed/clear instructions if i have a chance, but basically here's what i did:
1) follow uruk's instructions on installing to sd card. create 2 ext4 partitions 1 for root 1 for data.
2) create a...