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12th November 2012, 10:11 PM |#11  
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I would like to say a BIG HELLO to the latest member of the LNE TEAM, kuzibri:thumbup:

Its an honour to have you on board

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12th November 2012, 10:49 PM |#12  
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I would like to say a BIG HELLO to the latest member of the LNE TEAM, kuzibri:thumbup:

Its an honour to have you on board

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Thanks very much my very dear friend, highly appreciated and much honoured to be part of your team now!!!!!!

very best regards, Kuzibri

P.S. Edit your signature!!!!I I changed mine, so you can change it too, the learning never ends is back!!
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13th November 2012, 12:30 AM |#13  
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I haven't say thank you to people for a long time, but this time I have to say: Thank you, LNE Team.

Will try it later.
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13th November 2012, 11:24 PM |#14  
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14th November 2012, 01:24 PM |#15  
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First: Thank you VERY much for this Guide, i just startet to "learn" about Android NativeSD with WM 6.5 and it was hard to get information together for absolute beginners.

Second: Questions!
Requirements, i have a HD2 (Europe version) with the lastest original WM 6.5 ROM from my Provider,
do i have to flash a Hard SPL or upgrade the Radio to later version to use Android NativeSD?
14th November 2012, 02:19 PM |#16  
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First: Thank you VERY much for this Guide, i just startet to "learn" about Android NativeSD with WM 6.5 and it was hard to get information together for absolute beginners.

Second: Questions!
Requirements, i have a HD2 (Europe version) with the lastest original WM 6.5 ROM from my Provider,
do i have to flash a Hard SPL or upgrade the Radio to later version to use Android NativeSD?

Hi,

First of all: welcome to this thread!!!

if you have the latest ROM version from your provider, which is HTC's 3.14 ROM, you already have SPL 3.03 and Radio 2.15. The SPL version you can check on your tricolor bootscreen and the radio version in settings-software. If you have these versions, there is no need to flash a Hard SPL,

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14th November 2012, 09:25 PM |#17  
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Now there is a guide i just had to try it out. Everything worked fine till i tried to start Android after flashing by first executing clrcad.exe.
I received the Message: Application not signed,..blablabla.
From this point, a lot of other applications from WM6.5 wont work any longer to

But i found a solution here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=858348

maybe you can add this to the guide, or make it a step to change settings befor starting to flash because its very hard for a normal beginner to
change Regkeys when most apps wont work any longer.

After changing the RegKeys Android starts and iam very happy to use it and can always switch back to WM6.5!

Thanks again!!

(sorry 4 bad english )
14th November 2012, 10:22 PM |#18  
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Originally Posted by Wuehli

Now there is a guide i just had to try it out. Everything worked fine till i tried to start Android after flashing by first executing clrcad.exe.
I received the Message: Application not signed,..blablabla.
From this point, a lot of other applications from WM6.5 wont work any longer to

But i found a solution here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=858348

maybe you can add this to the guide, or make it a step to change settings befor starting to flash because its very hard for a normal beginner to
change Regkeys when most apps wont work any longer.

After changing the RegKeys Android starts and iam very happy to use it and can always switch back to WM6.5!

Thanks again!!

(sorry 4 bad english )

Hi my friend,

First of all: after pressing clrcad, you have to press haret.exe!!

maybe something went wrong with the partitioning of your SD card for the .EXT4 partition, therefore I would like to advise you to use another program for partitioning your SD card. Have very good experiences with that one. See attached file. Backup your SD card to PC, unzip this file and copy it to the root of your SD Card . Then download the Native SD Android build of your choice and put it unzipped in this recovery folder and press clrcad and thereafter haret.exe and your Native SD Android will be installed without ruining the WinMo apps and/or changing reg keys because they are at this moment not on your SD Card. .After installing the Native Andoid build, copy your WinMo progs back to the SD Card and they will be copied in the FAT32 partition of your SD Card.

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14th November 2012, 10:43 PM |#19  
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[QUOTE=Learning Never Ends team;33988973]NativeSD WM #2 Setup Partition

C) Create an EXT4 partition on your SD card using Minitool Partition Wizard Home Edition.
This is a video showing how to use the program but note that we need EXT4 NOT EXT2 shown in the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cygl0qZnbaM

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Hi my dear fellow LNE friends,

maybe you can add this program to the C guide to make an EXT4 partition on the SD card: Recovery - see attached file. Format SD Card, unzip this file to the root of your SD .card and copy the unzipped Android Native SD build to this folder and execute clrcad and haret from the recovery folder and the Native SD will be installed automatically. It works perfectly for me and is very fast !!!!! IMO it's the simplest/easiest way for beginners. It's really only called Recovery.7z. Do not know exactly where I "grabbed" it anymore , but it works fabulously!!

very best regards, Kuzibri
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15th November 2012, 03:48 PM |#20  
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Thank you very much for your post.

Class 10 or Class 4 micro Sd better for Native SD Android roms.?

Before i used Class 10 micro sd for Sd Android roms.
But it is very slow and with a lot of problems when SD rom starting.
15th November 2012, 04:38 PM |#21  
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Thank you very much for your post.

Class 10 or Class 4 micro Sd better for Native SD Android roms.?

Before i used Class 10 micro sd for Sd Android roms.
But it is very slow and with a lot of problems when SD rom starting.

In theory a class 10 card should be better but it also depend on the make of the card,i was using scandisk

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