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11th September 2012, 08:31 PM |#491  
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Converting MIUI ROMs to NativeSD
Hi,

I am trying to convert Smokin901's JB MIUI ROM from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1839194. Though I am not clear on the conversion process, I tried to follow as best as I could the instructions posted in the first page. However, when I start the installation, I get an installer screen (AROMA?) which is different from the other screens I got when I installed Xylograph's AOKP or PA ROMs.

Question - Am I supposed to get the same screen as AOKP/PA or should I be getting the AROMA screen during installation? Does this mean my conversion has not been done properly?

Can someone (NLT perhaps?) try to convert the NAND ROM to NativeSD and post the DIFF here please?
 
 
11th September 2012, 09:01 PM |#492  
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About Barebone CM7 NativeSD...

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now the order of u right and yes i test install apks from sd and works without problems

The order is definitely WRONG! The installer must be extracted after the cLK update. If the order is reversed then installer doesn't work and the ROM installs into NAND. I've just checked this few moments ago.

---------- Post added at 10:01 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:58 PM ----------

However still I can't install anything from SD card. On any attempt phone hangs up for a while and then the quick "restart" arrives into welcome screen lock... What is going on?
11th September 2012, 09:16 PM |#493  
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About Barebone CM7 NativeSD...

The order is definitely WRONG! The installer must be extracted after the cLK update. If the order is reversed then installer doesn't work and the ROM installs into NAND. I've just checked this few moments ago.

---------- Post added at 10:01 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:58 PM ----------

However still I can't install anything from SD card. On any attempt phone hangs up for a while and then the quick "restart" arrives into welcome screen lock... What is going on?

I think u r right i install it again as nativesd and i face install apk problem..i am out now i will do some testson it when i am at home soon and feed u back: )

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11th September 2012, 09:32 PM |#494  
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Originally Posted by onlinegames

Hi,

I am trying to convert Smokin901's JB MIUI ROM from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1839194. Though I am not clear on the conversion process, I tried to follow as best as I could the instructions posted in the first page. However, when I start the installation, I get an installer screen (AROMA?) which is different from the other screens I got when I installed Xylograph's AOKP or PA ROMs.

Question - Am I supposed to get the same screen as AOKP/PA or should I be getting the AROMA screen during installation? Does this mean my conversion has not been done properly?

Can someone (NLT perhaps?) try to convert the NAND ROM to NativeSD and post the DIFF here please?

I'll try when I get home in a hour

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12th September 2012, 12:13 AM |#495  
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Well everybody (especially sd rom users) waiting to test this stuff can already start by making sure they have an SD-EXT (EXT4 if possible) partition on their sd-card..
Make a big one for future use

OK so I did not make a big enough one for future use! Is there a way to increase the size of the ext4 partition after installing several ROMs? Having installed my 5th NativeSD Rom I now have no system space left on my 4GB ext4 partition. I am down to about 100mb free. MiniTool Partition Wizard does not seem to let me reduce my FAT32 partition to free space to then increase ext4. Is there another (easy) way to do it? As a Windows Mobile SD user, I cannot see the contents of the EXT4 partition. Can I just delete the last ROM by removing the folder /sdcard/NativeSD/LastROMname [EDIT: and deleting /NativeSD/LastROMnameor as well] do I need to do something else?
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12th September 2012, 01:06 AM |#496  
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You can see the contents of sd-ext.Go while running a android rom with a root explorer in folder NativeSD and you will see there the folders of the roms that you have installed.You can delete any rom that you dont want,but it will take a lot of time to do it.
A more easy way is to boot in 4ext recovery and flash the script of the rom you want to delete from gtbluesky http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=428
i tried it with paranoid and it worked perfect for deleting PA folder from sd-ext.It left PA folder in sdcard/NativeSD folder,so i deleted this manually.
Also even if you are in wm,you can take a full backup of your roms by using in 4ext recovery the advanced backup--->sd-ext option.This will make a backup of your sd-ext contents in sdcard/clockworkmod/advanced/sd-ext folder.
Then you can enlarge your ext partition and go to advanced restore--->sd-ext to restore your contents
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12th September 2012, 01:47 AM |#497  
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Originally Posted by onlinegames

Hi,

I am trying to convert Smokin901's JB MIUI ROM from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1839194. Though I am not clear on the conversion process, I tried to follow as best as I could the instructions posted in the first page. However, when I start the installation, I get an installer screen (AROMA?) which is different from the other screens I got when I installed Xylograph's AOKP or PA ROMs.

Question - Am I supposed to get the same screen as AOKP/PA or should I be getting the AROMA screen during installation? Does this mean my conversion has not been done properly?

Can someone (NLT perhaps?) try to convert the NAND ROM to NativeSD and post the DIFF here please?

Tried using the sd rom initrd.gz and i got to its splash screen but thats it.

initrd.gz need to be edited for native sd use. Xylo how can i go about doing this
12th September 2012, 01:48 AM |#498  
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nativeSDMultiBoot Version4
Hello all,

Please download version 10 with latest updates.

Here is the link :

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1392
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12th September 2012, 02:03 AM |#499  
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Thumbs up 4ext Recovery Advanced Backup sd-ext
clio94 -thanks for the tip on 4ext Recovery Advanced Backup sd-ext.
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You can see the contents of sd-ext.Go while running a android rom with a root explorer in folder NativeSD and you will see there the folders of the roms that you have installed.You can delete any rom that you dont want,but it will take a lot of time to do it.
A more easy way is to boot in 4ext recovery and flash the script of the rom you want to delete from gtbluesky http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=428
i tried it with paranoid and it worked perfect for deleting PA folder from sd-ext.It left PA folder in sdcard/NativeSD folder,so i deleted this manually.
Also even if you are in wm,you can take a full backup of your roms by using in 4ext recovery the advanced backup--->sd-ext option.This will make a backup of your sd-ext contents in sdcard/clockworkmod/advanced/sd-ext folder.
Then you can enlarge your ext partition and go to advanced restore--->sd-ext to restore your contents

The ROMs I am trying are not in glbluesky list but I think I managed to delete both /sdcard/NativeSD/LastROMname & /NativeSD/LastROMnameor myself. Next time I will try datagr nativeSDMultiBoot Version4 where he added the delete function
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12th September 2012, 02:03 AM |#500  
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Hello all!
I made a new nativeSDMultiBoot app for all!
On first enter please click on the rom that you are running now! THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!
It will create a rom_name.txt inside the nativeSD folder with the name that you are running

Thx a lot, but 2me its not exactly clear how2 use it :/ That is, after running this application it is still needed to apply (flash) flash_sboot_v2.zip - without it booting from sboot (via cLK 1.5.0.8) is stuck to the 'previously" set ROM... Is this as intended? If not then what to do to rely solely on nativeSDMultiBoot?
12th September 2012, 02:14 AM |#501  
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Originally Posted by clio94

You can see the contents of sd-ext.Go while running a android rom with a root explorer in folder NativeSD and you will see there the folders of the roms that you have installed.You can delete any rom that you dont want,but it will take a lot of time to do it.
A more easy way is to boot in 4ext recovery and flash the script of the rom you want to delete from gtbluesky http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=428
i tried it with paranoid and it worked perfect for deleting PA folder from sd-ext.It left PA folder in sdcard/NativeSD folder,so i deleted this manually.
Also even if you are in wm,you can take a full backup of your roms by using in 4ext recovery the advanced backup--->sd-ext option.This will make a backup of your sd-ext contents in sdcard/clockworkmod/advanced/sd-ext folder.
Then you can enlarge your ext partition and go to advanced restore--->sd-ext to restore your contents

thats a good idea and all but i can just delete the rom in the nativesdmultiboot.apk v4, painless
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