Doing the first 2 steps will completely wipe the device?
Or are you able to keep the rom and kernel you are already running?
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What you say is true, but only for devices with an x86 CPU (i.e. a PC or Mac). It's because you need to be able to install Windows in the virtual machine, and Windows is only currently made available for x86 architectures.
Maybe one day someone will work out how to install Windows RT in a virtual machine under Ubuntu on a Nexus 7, and then it might be possible to run Microsoft Office for Windows RT. Don't hold your breath though.
Sorry, but that is a total nonsene. Athough you can use virtualised windows to run MS office, It is just waste of system resources, free space and money for Win license - as long as it will work on wine and to my experience, MS office is working fine on wine. I did not tested anything above 2007 as I do not have access to it, but I see no reason why it should not work. After all, MS Office was one of the main reason why was wine project started...
Mine seems to be hanging on "Booting Rom... Internal"
I was running 4.2 aokp before I started the procedure..
EDIT - If i inject the boot.img file that is located in rom/internal, it will then boot the rom, but after a reboot, it gets stuck again..
EDIT2 - I done a complete wipe of my tablet, including sdcard, flashed stock 4.2 applied it all again, and it still hang on Booting Rom, i am running trinity kernel, let me try without that.
cat /proc/last_kmsg > /sdcard/kmesg.txt
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