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I'm beginning to turn this post into a collection of the builds that I've edited to work with magldr to dualboot with wp7. I am keeping these builds in my dropbox for quick and easy download... just right click the download link and select "save ...
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I have to disagree with a lot of what the post above mine said... The main difference between NAND and SD builds is with NAND builds you can use clockwork recovery, remove and replace your SD card while booted in android, and maybe a few other sm...
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when it says you can run android and windows phone 7 off the memory card does that mean you can have windows 6.5 as well without the memory card No, WP7 takes up the NAND space, and you can boot Android from SD with magldr. Cotulla is working on...
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If you're using this for a phone, you may not want a class 10. A class 2 or 4 Sandisk may be better for you. Depends what you're using it for. Class 10 gives fast sequential speeds, but it usually sacrifices random read, write and access spee...
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My first partition is Fat32-primary, second is for WP7-logical i used "EASEUS PARTITION MASTER" program. When put Android in the primary partition, and run everything goes well, but I did not want to recognize the rest of the place as SDcard and I...