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[30 OCT 2012][DEV] NativeSD Rom Boot Script for HD2

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By securecrt, Senior Member on 4th September 2012, 01:19 PM
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25th September 2012, 11:08 AM |#1001  
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i asked krarvind now and i am waiting his answer

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25th September 2012, 11:18 AM |#1002  
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N00b to NativeSD here. I never got on the Nand/Magldr boat so I have always run my SD roms with a Haret loader.

I used to use Exceller's excellent loader to autostart my roms. Is there an alternative to this for NativeSD?
25th September 2012, 11:20 AM |#1003  
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Thumbs up clear dalvik and cache partition
hi how to clear dalvik and cache partition in native sd roms
25th September 2012, 11:40 AM |#1004  
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hi how to clear dalvik and cache partition in native sd roms

- Run the terminal and execute this commands:
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chmod 777 /data/dalvik-cache/*
rm -rf /data/dalvik-cache/*
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25th September 2012, 11:45 AM |#1005  
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N00b to NativeSD here. I never got on the Nand/Magldr boat so I have always run my SD roms with a Haret loader.

I used to use Exceller's excellent loader to autostart my roms. Is there an alternative to this for NativeSD?

And I use mskip Android loader V6.0 which you can find here on XDA

Cheers.....LinChina
25th September 2012, 12:10 PM |#1006  
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And I use mskip Android loader V6.0 which you can find here on XDA

Cheers.....LinChina

But will this work for NativeSD? I thought because it was in an ext4 partition winmo could not see it?
25th September 2012, 12:55 PM |#1007  
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But will this work for NativeSD? I thought because it was in an ext4 partition winmo could not see it?

It runs as if it is an SD Rom in NativeSD folder
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25th September 2012, 12:59 PM |#1008  
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Question Performance Degradation
Hi!

Sorry if my question is a little bit dumb...

Is it expectable to feel a ROM (NativeSD) working slower as the card gets with less space available? I'm talking about the 2 partitions EXT4 and FAT32. In which one should it matters most?

I'm at the Xylo CM9ight... the system performed almost perfectly, but now it, sometimes, lags...

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25th September 2012, 01:13 PM |#1009  
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& here is his answer
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=5033

i saw it yesterday ..and like u see i cant share it ..at least i try
25th September 2012, 01:24 PM |#1010  
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Hi!

Sorry if my question is a little bit dumb...

Is it expectable to feel a ROM (NativeSD) working slower as the card gets with less space available? I'm talking about the 2 partitions EXT4 and FAT32. In which one should it matters most?

I'm at the Xylo CM9ight... the system performed almost perfectly, but now it, sometimes, lags...

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Make sure your EXT4 is big enough, at least 512mb for each Native SD, I made it 4GB big for currently 4 ROM's, FAT32 is 11GB.

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25th September 2012, 01:52 PM |#1011  
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suggestion : setting Speed card "2048" Best of "8192"

"8192" not stable & more error in write ...

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I use 3072 for my sdcard

8192 is set by Xylograph maybe his sdcard works great at that number.

Sent from my NexusHD2 using xda premium

I took that value from phoen!x DataOnExt method.. There were various reports of that value was working well back then.. it's still working fine for me.. anyway I see he also changed it back to 2048

I will set it back to 2048 next rom updates if that's the best value for everybody
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