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25th September 2013, 02:41 AM |#11  
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Abount the kernel, should i flash both modified kernels if i want to set a stock rom for the primary and cm10 for the sec?

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25th September 2013, 03:19 AM |#12  
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Dear @Tasssadar.
Thanks for your efforts to the community. As you know, ElementalX kernel supports other roms rather than only stock. So my question is: can we run the first stock rom with patched kernel and second roms with ElementalX (roms don't share kernels)?

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25th September 2013, 04:06 AM |#13  
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One more question, how to flash a third-part kernel for the second rom?

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25th September 2013, 04:46 AM |#14  
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Dear @Tasssadar.
Thanks for your efforts to the community. As you know, ElementalX kernel supports other roms rather than only stock. So my question is: can we run the first stock rom with patched kernel and second roms with ElementalX (roms don't share kernels)?

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That is exactly how I am running it and all works fine.

Tasssadar - It looks as if it is running fine, I missed this so much when I moved over to DEB and now it is here woohoo!

I have noticed one thing though whenever I flash from my external flash drive it unmounts the usb-otg device after each flash. Have to go in and mount it back between rom, gapps and kernel flashes.
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25th September 2013, 05:18 AM |#15  
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One more question, how to flash a third-part kernel for the second rom?

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Go to Advanced -> MultiRom, select your rom and you will see flash option there.
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25th September 2013, 05:21 AM |#16  
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I saw Bodhi Linux and Ubuntu in the screenshot, how do we install them? Does it accept .ISO and boot as Live CD? How is the hardware detection such as touch screen, etc, all recognized and working? Thanks.
25th September 2013, 08:12 AM |#17  
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In addition to this, what about files like docs, pics, etc? How is space alloted per rom? Is it adjustable after install?

Never tried this with my original N7 but I think I'll be trying it on the new one.

/sdcard is shared between ROMs, so pictures, movies and such on there are shared. The space isn't really allocated - all roms are stored in /sdcard/multirom/roms (not accessible from Android, if you want to look in there, go to recovery). That means it eats up from the free space you can see in Settings -> Storage in Android.

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Abount the kernel, should i flash both modified kernels if i want to set a stock rom for the primary and cm10 for the sec?

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No, only the aosp one for primary ROM. Secondary ROMs don't require patched kernel (which is actually an improvement over grouper's version).

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That is exactly how I am running it and all works fine.

Tasssadar - It looks as if it is running fine, I missed this so much when I moved over to DEB and now it is here woohoo!

I have noticed one thing though whenever I flash from my external flash drive it unmounts the usb-otg device after each flash. Have to go in and mount it back between rom, gapps and kernel flashes.

Okay, fixed, but it's going to be in next release of the recovery (this is not really a big bug).

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I saw Bodhi Linux and Ubuntu in the screenshot, how do we install them? Does it accept .ISO and boot as Live CD? How is the hardware detection such as touch screen, etc, all recognized and working? Thanks.

Those screenshots are from old N7, because the GUI looks exactly the same and I'm lazy. You can't install bohdi or ubunut, because, well, the drivers for flo's hardware aren't there.
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25th September 2013, 08:42 AM |#18  
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I tried to flash the multirom zip in recovery but when I reboot I get in a bootloop at the Google logo

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25th September 2013, 08:55 AM |#19  
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I tried to flash the multirom zip in recovery but when I reboot I get in a bootloop at the Google logo

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Which kernel and rom are you using? Can you get me a log? Get it to bootloop, then use pwr+volume down to enter bootloader, select recovery mode using volume buttons and pres power. When in recovery, the log is /proc/last_kmsg, you can use adb pull /proc/last_kmsg to get it. Put it on pastebin or something and show it to me.

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25th September 2013, 09:18 AM |#20  
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Can I use Multirom with my Deb, with a patched kernel?
25th September 2013, 09:46 AM |#21  
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Awesome! Can't wait to test it


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That is exactly how I am running it and all works fine.

Tasssadar - It looks as if it is running fine, I missed this so much when I moved over to DEB and now it is here woohoo!

I have noticed one thing though whenever I flash from my external flash drive it unmounts the usb-otg device after each flash. Have to go in and mount it back between rom, gapps and kernel flashes.

So does it work with DEB?
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