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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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15th November 2012, 04:46 PM |#22  
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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.

Hi,

Class 4 should do it.

best regards, Kuzibri

EDIT: sorry Wis, missed your post! I also use Sandisk
16th November 2012, 01:07 AM |#23  
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Tutorial #2 Setup Partition
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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

Kuzibri, I have changed the post #2 Setup Partition to emphasise that there are two methods to create an EXT4 partition on your SD card.
i) On your PC using MiniTool Partition Wizard (recommended by Xylograph)
ii) On your HD2 using the 4EXT Recovery Classic program mentioned in the next post #3 Install Recovery
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Check in the thread for your chosen NativeSD ROM to see if it supports automatic creation of EXT4 partition using Recovery. If it does, then install 4EXT Recovery, copy the unzipped Android Native SD build to this folder and execute CLRCAD.exe and HaRET.exe from the recovery folder and the card will be partitioned and the Native SD will be installed automatically. Caution though as these ROMs may not install to NativeSD folder and as a result you may not be able to use some of the other items in this guide. Always backup your SD card before trying this.

Kuzibri I recall you are using the EvoHd2v10 ROM from mr-evil1 that I suggested for you because you had asked for one where ext4 is created automatically on the SD card. However I had some issues and the installation is not consistent with Xylograph and Tytung ROMs that install to a sub-directory of NativeSD.
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16th November 2012, 03:58 AM |#24  
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i just launched haret.exe, nothing happens, black screen, the phone is stuck at "jumping to kernel (custom)..."
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16th November 2012, 06:09 AM |#25  
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Hi,

Class 4 should do it.

best regards, Kuzibri

EDIT: sorry Wis, missed your post! I also use Sandisk

Thanks for your answers.
I will buy Class 4 Sandisk micro SD.
16th November 2012, 07:06 AM |#26  
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i just launched haret.exe, nothing happens, black screen, the phone is stuck at "jumping to kernel (custom)..."

maybe it has to do with radio version or RAM SIZE ?!?!?!?, i dont know...
Just let me remind you I'm a new user.

I found this youtube video, i have the same exact problem . Help please

youtube.com/watch?v=b5E1aATY8Mw (i can't paste external links , OMG.. This forum is not for beginners or for helping new users....)



My radio version is 2.06.51.07

Manila version is 2.5.19211619.0

RAM SIZE 448 MB.

Hope this helps.
16th November 2012, 08:59 AM |#27  
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Now i have ROM version 3.14.408.2 and Radio version is 2.15.50.14.

Everything works fine, thank you. EvoHD2v10 aboard.
16th November 2012, 12:33 PM |#28  
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Kuzibri I recall you are using the EvoHd2v10 ROM from mr-evil1 that I suggested for you because you had asked for one where ext4 is created automatically on the SD card. However I had some issues and the installation is not consistent with Xylograph and Tytung ROMs that install to a sub-directory of NativeSD.
Cheers
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Hi Tom,

using PACman now. Works fast and stable.

very best regards, Kuzibri
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16th November 2012, 05:02 PM |#29  
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maybe it has to do with radio version or RAM SIZE ?!?!?!?, i dont know...
Just let me remind you I'm a new user.

I found this youtube video, i have the same exact problem . Help please

youtube.com/watch?v=b5E1aATY8Mw (i can't paste external links , OMG.. This forum is not for beginners or for helping new users....)



My radio version is 2.06.51.07

Manila version is 2.5.19211619.0

RAM SIZE 448 MB.

Hope this helps.

Hi my friend,

of course this forum is also for beginners and for helping new users.Your "OMG" remark is IMHO premature and not justified, If you had mentioned in your first post what you did in this post, then we could have helped you directly by telling you that you need SPL 3.03 and Radio 2.15, which both come with HTC 3.14 ROM, as you already found out. It's always advisible when you report a problem also to mention your ROM version, (H)SPL version and radio version, then we can be of quick help.

BTW, not being able to paste/post external links has to do with your amount of posts at this moment. These are the official XDA rules. and has nothing to do with this forum

best regards, Kuzibri
16th November 2012, 09:07 PM |#30  
Little More clarification. ..You need radio 2.08 or above to run Android on the Hd2.you can run Android even on the early 1.42 rom. . But you need correct radio.... The problem was that your radio was. .2.06

P.s.Great guide. . LNE TEAM. . Congrats kuzibri. Keep going:thumbup:

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16th November 2012, 10:28 PM |#31  
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[QUOTE=pakure;34234789]Little More clarification. ..You need radio 2.08 or above to run Android on the Hd2.you can run Android even on the early 1.42 rom. . But you need correct radio.... The problem was that your radio was. .2.06

P.s.Great guide. . LNE TEAM. . Congrats kuzibri. Keep going:thumbup:

handwritten from my note 2 (N7100)[/QUOTE}


Hi my dear friend,

will do my very best!!!

very best regards, Kuzibri
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