- if I remember it right before you flash the patch you need to mount system partition in recovery.
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hello, as you mentioned i have installed pdroid from market and installed patch from recovery also mounted system directory but it is saying bad news proid patch is not installed and then it is saying good news you can use the pdroid patcher to make a patch for your rom..
CyanogenMod 7.1 NIGHTLY Builds for HTC Saga
These CyanogenMod builds are experimental and unsupported. They are automatically generated nightly and receive no testing before being made available. Please do NOT post bugs from these builds on the CyanogenMod bug tracker. This thread does not offer official support for these builds, it is purely for user-to-user discussion and support.
- Android 2.3.7 - Automatically built from latest CyanogenMod source - Stock CyanogenMod 220.127.116.11 Kernel
In recovery: - Wipe all (system, data, cache) - Flash XXXXXXXX-cm-7.2.0-RC0-DesireS-Jorgen-signed.zip (where X is date of the latest build) - (Optional) Flash Google Apps
In recovery: - Wipe cache - Wipe dalvik-cache - Flash XXXXXXXX-cm-7.2.0-RC0-DesireS-Jorgen-signed.zip (where X is date of the latest build)
If you unlocked your phone via htcdev.com, you must flash the included boot.img after flashing the ROM in recovery: - Boot into fastboot, either by: - Turning phone on whilse holding VOLUME DOWN, or - adb reboot bootloader, or - using an option in your recovery (eg. Reboot Bootloader) - Connect your phone to your PC and copy the boot.img from the ROM .zip to the same place as fastboot.exe and issue the following command: - fastboot flash boot boot.img Failing to follow these instructions on a htcdev.com unlocked device will cause the ROM to fail to boot. .
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